The busiest day of the year for plumbers is the day after Thanksgiving. Plumbers receive a large number of calls during this time of year to come and fix clogged toilets, clogged sinks, and more. Here's how you can avoid being one of those calls:
Avoid Toilet Clogs:
If you have more than one bathroom in your house for guests to use, then you should encourage the use of it by pointing them in the direction of the upstairs bathroom instead of the downstairs bathroom, which will probably get more use.
Has your central air conditioning become less efficient at cooling your home? There are a few potential causes, but one of the first things to check for are frozen evaporator coils.
Evaporator coils are in the air handler, which is the section of your central air system that's inside your home. Consult your manufacturer's guide for instructions in opening the handler to access the coils. Do the coils have standing frost?
If you are like millions of other homeowners, you have a central HVAC system. These systems have a series of ductwork, which deliver the air conditioning in your home. The ducts can also be a source of wasted energy due to damage, poor insulation and dirt. If you want your HVAC system to be more efficient, improving the ductwork is an affordable improvement that you may want to consider. Here are some of the things that can be done to your ducts to reduce energy loss in your home:
Energy expenses for businesses are a major part of their operating costs, which is why you may want to have the best energy saving technologies for your business. This can include geothermal HVAC systems to reduce the cost of heating and cooling. In commercial applications, geothermal solutions can be used for other mechanical needs such as refrigeration and commercial boilers.
If you want to have a commercial HVAC solution that can give your more energy savings, here are somethings that can be done with geothermal technologies:
The central air conditioner for your home has two sections, an interior air handler and an exterior condensing unit. It's the condensing unit that you'll likely be near the most often as you use your yard or perform routine maintenance on the unit. If you suddenly notice the unit making a new noise, it might be time to call an air conditioner repair professional.
The type of sound you're hearing is important to note during your service call as it can provide a hint to the potential problem.