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Cold Spots In Your Home? Do This…

Do you find yourself wearing a sweater in some rooms of your house but just a t-shirt in other rooms of your house? Or maybe you walk from one room, through a central room, to another part of the house and find that one spot is just a bit chillier. These “cold spots” in your home are especially noticeable when the temperatures are cool — during fall, winter, and spring — but it’s possible in some areas that they may exist all year ’round. So, what are “cold spots” in your home, anyway? Your home’s HVAC system works on a simple premise: Air is drawn through vents (internal vents and/or external vents) and pushed into your furnace. From there, the air is warmed and then forced out through the ductwork in your walls, through vents, and into the rooms of your house. But here’s the thing: air is invisible but

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7 Spring Cleaning Tips For Your Home

Happy Spring!The birds are singing, the leaves are appearing on trees, and it’s a time when many people are thinkingabout spring cleaning. If you’re opening up your windows for some fresh spring-time air and cleaningup your home for the spring, don’t forget your plumbing!Just like other parts of your home, your plumbing needs to be cleaned too! When you clean up yourplumbing, you’ll save money and enjoy worry-free, problem-free water for this season and many moreto come.Here are some tips to help you know what to clean when it comes to your home’s plumbing: 1. Toilet. Clean out the bowl as you normally would, and also clean out inside of the tank. Avoid using harsh chemicals. It doesn’t hurt to give your toilet a plunge, or consider pouring a small bucket of water into the bowl from about waist level to “power flush” your toilet. Remind your family not to

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If You’re Doing Spring Cleaning, Don’t Forget About THIS…

Spring is here and that means spring cleaning for many people. You open the windows, air out the stalewinter air, and do some vacuuming and dusting. But don’t forget about your HVAC system, either!When you’re spring cleaning the rest of your house, make sure you clean out your HVAC system, whichhas been working hard all winter long to keep you warm.Your home’s HVAC system is essential to the comfort AND SAFETY of your family, and it can only dothat if it is clean. Check out these tips to help you enjoy a safe and comfortable home this spring (andthe rest of the year). 1. Before you do any cleaning, make sure the power to your HVAC system is turned off. That is most important for your safety. The last thing you want is to injure yourself. Even if you think you’ll becareful, it’s better to be safe; turn off your

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Your HVAC System Needs A Spring Cleaning Too!

Spring is here and that means spring cleaning for many people. You open the windows, air out the stale winter air, and do some vacuuming and dusting. But don’t forget about your HVAC system, either! When you’re spring cleaning the rest of your house, make sure you clean out your HVAC system, which has been working hard all winter long to keep you warm. Your home’s HVAC system is essential to the comfort AND SAFETY of your family, and it can only do that if it is clean. Check out these tips to help you enjoy a safe and comfortable home this spring (and the rest of the year). #1. Before you do any cleaning, make sure the power to your HVAC system is turned off. That is most important for your safety. The last thing you want is to injure yourself. Even if you think you’ll be careful, it’s

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This February, Give Your HVAC System A Little Love

  Chances are, you don’t give much thought to the system that warms your home in the winter and cools your home in the summer. And why should you? You leave it to the experts to take care of it for you; meanwhile, you focus on more important things in your life—like family, work, etc. As long as everything runs normally, you shouldn’t have to give it a second thought; just sit back and enjoy the temperature and air flow as everything works as it should in the background. But what happens if it doesn’t work as it should? With winter here, you don’t want to get cold or uncomfortable as you discover it doesn’t work. And if there’s an emergency, you want to be able to act fast to deal with it. So, here are some tips to help you be “HVAC aware” this month… to give your HVAC

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New Year…New Home Goals!

With the New Year here, you are probably making New Year’s resolutions about your health and career. But this is also a good time to make some New Year’s resolutions about your home’s HVAC system.   … After all, your HVAC system influences just how comfortable you and your family are all year ‘round, so doesn’t it make sense to set some goals that will contribute to your family’s comfort?   Resolution #1 – Eliminate The Mystery An HVAC system is complex and should only be maintained by a licensed professional. However, that doesn’t mean that you can ignore it completely. Get to know the various parts of your HVAC system. Understand what model it is and which brand it is. Find out how to turn it off if needed and which circuits on your circuit board are connected to your system. Be sure to check if it has been

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Our Best Collection Of HVAC Tips For Christmastime

Oh the weather outside is frightful… … but inside, your HVAC system keeps things warm and comfortable! At this time of year, your HVAC system works double-time to make sure you and your family (and all your festive visitors) are warm and comfortable. To keep your HVAC system functioning in peak condition, make sure you read these tips…   Tip #1. Always make sure your HVAC unit is well maintained. Instead of waiting for something to break and then dealing with the repairs (and how cold it can get in the meantime), invest in regular seasonal maintenance check-ups. This will alert you to any potential problems before they happen. Tip #2. Clean your HVAC filter. Your HVAC filter traps dirt and debris to keep it from blowing into your home. But, the more that builds up in the filter, the harder your HVAC system has to work! Keep your furnace

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Family Visiting This Season?

Got family coming over for the holidays? You are probably opening your home to family and friends to enjoy the holiday season with you. But the holiday festivities can quickly diminish if you’re not careful. So here are some proactive tips. In this article, we’re sharing some hints and tips to keep your home’s plumbing in tip top shape this holiday season.   Holiday plumbing tip #1. You might want a nice clean toilet but avoid using those colored tablets that claim to clean and deodorize. They’re harmful to the seals inside your toilet, breaking them down and resulting in a leaky mess on your bathroom floor.   Holiday plumbing tip #2. Put strainers in the bottoms of your drains to stop any clogging agents from escaping down the drain. This includes your kitchen drain to keep food particles from plugging your drains, and also your bathtub drains if family

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How To Choose The Best Plumber For The Job

When you have a plumbing job, how do you know who to hire? Well, most homeowners don’t want just anyone to do the work, they want to hire the company that can fix the problem and get their plumbing back to normal. In this article, you’ll learn some top tips to find out the best plumber for your plumbing needs…   #1. It All Starts With Good Plumbing Management   Before you even need to hire a plumber, make sure you’re following these guidelines:   Prevent frozen pipes by ensuring the temperature does not fall below freezing and by insulating pipes that are exposed to cold temperatures. Avoid dumping trash or personal hygiene products down the toilet, and avoid dumping fats or food waste down the sink. This will keep drains flowing smoothly. Each month, pour one cup of baking soda down the drain, followed by a cup of vinegar.

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The Hidden Comfort HVAC System

Does your HVAC system seem mysterious to you? Don’t worry! We’re here to help with this great article that will give the low-down on how it works. HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. It’s 3 systems in one (although not all homes have all 3 systems in place). There’s the Heating System, which is the furnace. It draws in fresh air, heats it and pushes that air through a filter and out into your house. Some homes have electric heat, others have oil heat and others have natural gas. There’s the Air Conditioning System, which is your air conditioner. It draws in fresh air, runs that air over cold coils, and then pushes that air out into your house. Some homes have an external air conditioning unit, others have a window unit that is not actually connected to your ventilation system (but just cools the air in the

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