Are you building a tiny house? It's an increasingly popular movement. Tiny houses can be portable or fixed in one location, and are usually only a few hundred square feet in space. They appeal to people who want to reduce their living expenses, have no mortgage, live more simply, and reduce their impact on the environment. If you are in the process of building your tiny house, or are making up your architectural plans for doing so, one thing you'll want to plan for in the design is heating.
11 March 2015
Are things getting a little heated between you and your furnace? If it's acting strange or your home seems to have lost its efficiency, it's time to do something—either invest in a new furnace installation or put time and money into the needed repairs. But how do you know when it's time for a new system? Since you don't want to spend any more than you have to, here are the top three signs that it's time to toss the tools aside and call in the pros for a new furnace installation.
10 March 2015
As a homeowner, you most likely want your house to be valuable, functional, and appealing. While an appealing house not only looks nice, it should also smell fresh and clean at all times. Unfortunately, certain areas of your home can develop foul odors that are challenging to remove. Due to possible buildup and gasses in your plumbing and septic systems, your drains may develop an unappealing odor. In many cases, this odor is similar to a rotten egg smell.
9 March 2015
Summer is just around the corner, so it makes perfect sense to take stock of your air conditioner's current state. After a long winter, there's plenty of spring cleaning to be done to get your A/C system ready to tackle warmer temperatures. Spring cleaning is all about taking care of those basic maintenance tasks that help improve your A/C system's overall efficiency and performance. If you're ready to dive in, here are a few tasks for air conditioner repair you can get started on:
4 March 2015
Throughout the winter, your furnace has been a reliable and dependable source of warmth and comfort. But with warmer temperatures on the way, it's time to think about how to best prepare your furnace for a season of dormancy. The following offers a few good pointers for giving your furnace a well-deserved rest, especially after a season of hard work. Going Offline Depending on your area's climate, there's a good chance that you won't need the reliable and effective heat that your furnace offers.
4 March 2015