What Happens When You Do Not Change Your Furnace Air Filter

If you have a forced air heating system, then you may constantly hear the advice to change your furnace air filter. This is something that both novices and professionals will talk about, and there are some serious issues that can develop if you choose not to change the filter on time. Keep reading to learn about a few of these problems. An Overheated System Air filters are placed along the air intake where air is pulled into the system before it is heated. Read More 

Pet Urine On Central Air Conditioning Units – Remove It With Ease

The greatest downside of owning male cats and dogs is the fact that they have no choice but to mark their territories. One of the most inconvenient things they can mark is your central air conditioning unit. It doesn't take long for you to figure out that they've done this because your home will fill with an obnoxiously disgusting odor when your air conditioning kicks on to cool off your home. Read More 

4 Signs You’re in Need of Boiler Repair

When you rely on your boiler to keep your house warm, it's easy to get frustrated when something goes awry. Some issues are minor and can be addressed by the avid DIYer. But if you're a new homeowner or you've never dealt with appliance issues, you may not know if the situation warrants a call to the professionals. Here are four common signs that your boiler may be in need of a repair. Read More 

Should You Take Out Your Window-Mounted A/C For The Winter Or Leave It In?

Here's a question that many homeowners who rely on window-mounted air conditioners face as the winter months close in: "Should I leave my A/C unit in or take it out this winter?" The following looks at some of the factors that could influence your decision. In addition, you'll also get tips on how to handle your window-mounted A/C system whether you decide to remove it or let it stay in place throughout the winter. Read More 

3 Things You Can Do To Keep Your House Cool In The Summer

Keeping your house cool in the summer can be challenging for many people. It can be expensive to run your AC all the time, and if you have a large house, it will be even more costly. Here are some things that you can do to try and keep your house cool without spending a lot of money. 1. Keep Windows and Doors Closed If you have lots of people in the house and there is traffic in and out of the house, you will have a hard time keeping the house cool. Read More