When I moved into my first place, I couldn't believe how dirty everything was all the time. I found myself dusting and mopping continuously, only to deal with a fresh layer of grime later. After awhile, I realized that the problem was blowing straight out of my air ducts. My ventilation lines were so dirty that it was spreading grime through my house every single time the air clicked on. Fortunately, I called an HVAC contractor who was able to clean my vents to a gleaming shine. I know how big of a difference cleaning up your ventilation system can make, which is why I want to spread the word.
10 July 2015
A problem that affects oil furnaces on a regular basis is soot accumulation in the heat exchanger and chimney. Accumulations of soot can cause problems with the furnace operation including a puffback, a localized explosion inside the combustion chamber. A puffback can be destructive to equipment and even be the source of a house fire. That's why measuring the level of soot accumulation is so important for preventing puffbacks in oil furnaces.
5 May 2015
As the price of heating oil continues to rise, you may be debating the move toward a less expensive fuel. However, purchasing a new heater or boiler (or retrofitting your house for electric heat) can be even more expensive than your current heating bills. However, there is at least one new alternative that will allow you to keep your current heating infrastructure while switching to a substantially less expensive type of fuel.
28 March 2015
If you have noticed that your shower's stream is no longer strong and even, you may have a clog somewhere in your line. Usually, the problem lies in the shower head where hair, debris, rust, and lime can accumulate. Before you call a plumbing service, try naturally cleaning your shower head using the three-step guide below. Step 1: Remove Hair And Debris From Inside The Shower Head The first step involves cleaning out any clumps of hair or loose rust that is blocking the holes.
26 March 2015
When it comes to reducing the amount of money spent on cooling a home, homeowners have all kinds of options. They can plant shady trees around their house, install windows that have better insulation, or even upgrade to a more energy efficient air conditioner. As a renter, however, you have far fewer options. You don't get to control the landscaping, choose the window glass, or decide when to upgrade the appliances.
24 March 2015
Air conditioning units come in several different designs. There are central air units, portable units, window units, and wall units. However, regardless of the design there are essentially two types of air conditioner. There are central air units and single room units. A central air unit is designed to cool the entirety of your home or office. A single room unit is designed to cool a single room. You can use either of these air conditioners, or both of them, depending on your needs.