If your air conditioner is having problems, it may still work enough to help cool your home by a noticeable amount. If this is the case, then it can be tempting for you to continue using it in its current state and have it repaired later on. However, you’ll learn why this can be a bad idea in the information below which goes over some things that can happen when you procrastinate on having AC repairs done.…Read More »
DIY Tips: What Can You Do Rain Damages Your Roof?
You really want to make sure that you are doing everything you can in order to keep your home furnace in excellent shape. The last thing you would want is to miss the signs that there is a problem and then you are suddenly sitting in a freezing cold house. The inside of a home can get dangerously cold during the winter months when there isn’t proper heat. Pipes can freeze and break and that creates a bigger issue that will need to be dealt with.…Read More »
Weather should rarely directly impact your heater, but under the right circumstances, rain and snow and wind can all cause your heater to shut off early or not turn on at all. Here’s what can cause the problem and how it can be fixed. Leaking Roof Moisture that leaks into your house via your roof can interfere with your heater’s normal operation. The most common issues related to leaks are electric; your heater should stay as dry as possible and isn’t designed to get wet, unlike parts of your air conditioning unit.…Read More »