Keeping The House Warm And Your Chin Lifted When Your Furnace Died

It should almost be a country western song; "the furnace died, it was so cold, I did not want the kids to know, so broke and cold, so we found ways to stay warm and cozy!" While that idea may be amusing, the reality of a dead furnace in winter is a little more serious. Here are some ways to keep you and your children warm while you wait for your furnace repair service to arrive. Read More 

The Problems Of An HVAC Duct System

If the duct area of an HVAC system has problems, air might not flow through correctly. Problematic air ducts can also lead to a foul odor lingering in your house, especially when they are old. The duct system can actually decrease the level of efficiency that the system has if it never receives any professional maintenance. In some cases, a duct system can become problematic to the extent of needing to be removed so a technician can install a new one. Read More 

Having Your Central Air Replaced At The Office? Get Ready With This Checklist

Central air conditioning units tend to last between 10 and 15 years before they must be replaced. Therefore, if you have a central cooling unit in your office building that has been in use for about that long, you may be facing an imminent replacement. Having any kind of work done in a workplace environment can be a bit of a challenge, but the best way to get through the process unscathed is to get prepared in advance. Read More 

3 Things To Try When Your Air Conditioner No Longer Works Well

Do you have an air conditioner that's not working as well as it should? Are you tired of your home getting too hot during the day? Your first instinct might be to think that your air conditioner has completely broken and needs to be replaced. However, this isn't necessarily the case. There are a number of issues that may be preventing your air conditioner from working as well as it has in the past. Read More 

Give Your Bathroom A New Look In Spite Of Your Shoestring Budget

Thumbing through the home decor magazines, you can't help but feel inspired by all those beautiful modern bathroom designs. Unfortunately, your bathroom looks like it is stuck in the 1970s and your bank account holds what resembles a week's wages from the same decade. The average bathroom remodel could set you back over $9,000, according to HomeAdvisor. Thankfully, the bathroom is one of the easiest rooms to transform without a lot of money because it is smaller than most rooms in the house, so little changes mean a lot. Read More