Is Your Air Conditioner System Biting The Dust? Here’s How To Tell

Most people in the United States are fortunate enough to have in-home air conditioning systems, which really come in handy during those hot summer months. Unfortunately, however, even the best air conditioning systems can sometimes go "on the fritz." You can reduce the chances of this happening unexpectedly by having your system serviced regularly; the age and other factors will determine how regularly it will require servicing. However, even if you do that, there is still a chance that your system could one day just go bad and stop working. Read More 

4 Quick Home Heating Fixes You Can Make On Your Own

If you notice that you are having problems with the heating system in your home, you may want to take matters into your own hands before hiring professionals. This is because there are quite a few small fixes you can easily make yourself before you need to bring in professional help. Here are four quick home heating fixes to consider: Check the Thermostat: First thing's first, you want to check the thermostat. Read More 

3 Things You Need In Your Emergency Toilet Clearing Kit

Having a toilet back up can fill anyone with dread, especially if you need to get it cleared quickly. To prevent this kind of emergency from happening in the future, make sure that you have these three tools in your home to effectively clear the toilet every time. Well-Fitting Plunger Most people have plungers in their homes, but that doesn't mean that your plunger will be as effective as it should be. Read More 

Renewable Energy Upgrades To Consider For Your Kitchen And Bathroom Remodeling

Remodeling your kitchen or bathroom is the perfect opportunity to add renewable energy to your home. There are many options to consider, such as solar hot water heaters, floor heating powered by solar energy or geothermal HVAC upgrades to provide energy for HVAC and other mechanical systems. Here are some of the renewable energy upgrades to consider for your kitchen and bathroom remodeling projects: 1. Geothermal Energy for HVAC And More When You Remodel Read More 

Orange Stains On The Basement Floor? Why It May Be Your Water Heater

If you have recently gone down into your basement and spotted large, undulating orange stains on the floor, these are water stains. You may wonder how water stains could be orange, as well as how those stains got there. Well, the problem may actually be your water heater. You should call a plumber for water heater repair. Read the following for more information. Orange Equals Rust Orange stains equal rust. It means that the water that formed these stains on your basement floor flowed through something that was exceedingly rusty, hence the orange discoloration. Read More