2 September 2016
Your central air conditioner may be a necessary appliance if you live in the western or southern part of the United States. These areas of the country can become quite hot during the summer months, and using the central AC in your home is one of the quickest and easiest ways for you to cool down. You probably know that maintenance is the key to keeping your AC unit up and running.
2 June 2015
Whole house water filtration systems remove harmful contaminants in your water such as chlorine and its by-products, as well as rust and lead, all of which may enter through your home's plumbing system. These contaminants not only produce unpleasant tasting drinking water, they may have negative effects on your general well-being. Chemicals from the water may be absorbed through the skin and released into the air, causing dry skin and hair, as well as respiratory issues.
15 April 2015
When you begin cleaning around your home for spring, don't forget to check the outdoor AC unit's concrete pad for minor problems and repair them. Most people forget to check and reinforce the air conditioner pad outside the home once the weather warms up in the spring. An air conditioner pad is the concrete base that supports the heavy weight of the outdoor unit, as well as protects the wires and lines of the unit from damages.
13 April 2015
During the scalding summer months, you might not give your air conditioner a second thought unless it sputters to a halt. However, you might be able to eliminate some of your common HVAC complaints by adding a few fixtures to your system. Here are two great ways to upgrade your air conditioner so that you can create a more comfortable home: 1: Make It Smart After your wealthy friends show off their nifty home automation system, you might start shopping for an air conditioner that you can control from the palm of your hand.