How To Access The Inside Of Your Furnace Cabinet

Posted on: 24 October 2017
Regular furnace maintenance is key to a healthy heating and AC system. As a homeowner, you can do quite a few simple things, in regards to your furnace, that can help to maintain the efficiency of your HVAC system. Many of these things need to be done within the actual furnace cabinet. This article looks at the furnace and why it is so important. It also explains the best way to safely access your furnace so you can start to check and maintain certain components within it.
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How To Reduce Your Air Conditioning Bills

Posted on: 20 September 2017
During the summer, high outdoor temperatures can place a huge strain on your home's central air conditioning system. An air conditioner that is working overtime is at high risk for experiencing mechanical problems and will also make you suffer from high energy bills. Fortunately, there are a few different ways that you can reduce your air conditioner's energy usage to save you money on your monthly energy bills. Use Fans For Ventilation
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All in the Family: 3 Steps to Designing an In-Law Suite in Your Home

Posted on: 23 January 2017
If you're trying to care for an aging parent while having to run your own life at the same, you know how hard it can be to find solutions that work for everyone. One housing answer that more and more families are taking advantage of is combining households by bringing parents into the younger family's home. A so-called "mother-in-law suite" can be the perfect way to do this while still maintaining privacy for everyone.
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3 DIY AC Repair Tips

Posted on: 5 January 2017
Having an air conditioning unit that is functioning properly is critical when it comes to maintaining a comfortable temperature inside your home during the warm summer months. If you find that your home's interior is warmer than usual, your AC unit may be malfunctioning. Here are three simple things that you can do yourself to help remedy the problem before contacting an HVAC specialist for assistance. 1. Check to ensure your AC unit has power.
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