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Common Plumbing Noises And What They Mean

Posted by on Aug 11, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Common Plumbing Noises And What They Mean

When your plumbing is running smoothly, chances are you take it for granted that you can turn on the shower every morning or wash the dirty dishes at night. Once your plumbing begins making strange noises, it can be difficult to diagnose them yourself, especially if you don’t have any plumbing experience. Luckily, when it comes to most noises, it’s actually quite easy to pinpoint the problem. Here are a few common plumbing noises and what they mean: Hissing Sound Coming from the Sink If you hear a distinct hissing noise every time...

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Troubleshooting An Icy Air Conditioning Evaporator

Posted by on Apr 19, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Troubleshooting An Icy Air Conditioning Evaporator

If you have an air conditioner that suddenly stops blowing cool air through your vents, then you obviously have a problem with the device. If the evaporator unit in your basement has ice on it, then you may be able to troubleshoot the problem by yourself. If you are handy, then keep reading to find out what you should do and when you should contact a professional. Check The Filter First Almost all air conditioners have filters that help to remove debris and contaminants from the air before it is released into your home. If you have an...

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Get A Paint Job To Protect Your Commercial Refrigerator’s G90 Galvanized Steel Skin

Posted by on Feb 1, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Get A Paint Job To Protect Your Commercial Refrigerator’s G90 Galvanized Steel Skin

Commercial refrigeration services do more than just repair broken commercial fridges. They also offer preventative maintenance. Specifically, they can paint the skin of a refrigerator, which is the exterior portion of a fridge’s walls. This will extend the life of the refrigerator if the walls are constructed from G90 galvanized steel. Not all refrigerators have G90 galvanized steel walls, but many do. If you own a restaurant with fridges like this, here’s why you might want to get its skin painted. Many Restaurants Have...

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5 Ways To Reduce The Number Of Tankless Water Heaters You Need In A Tiny House

Posted by on Dec 1, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 5 Ways To Reduce The Number Of Tankless Water Heaters You Need In A Tiny House

When you’re trying to live in only 200 square feet or so of space, every inch counts. In most homes, multiple tankless water heaters are installed near the faucets and appliances that draw from them so you can run the dishwasher and shower at the same time. If you’re trying to only use one or two water heaters in your tiny house to save as much space as possible, try these tips for getting more hot water out of fewer units. Arrange Your Schedule Sometimes living in a tiny house means changing your usual routine. Aim to wash...

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How To “Holiday Proof” Your Home This Winter

Posted by on Nov 13, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on How To “Holiday Proof” Your Home This Winter

There’s a familiar chill in the air as the end of the year approaches — and with it comes the promise of festive holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. But while you’re preparing the decorations, inviting party guests and creating elaborate menus, don’t forget to keep that chill in the air outdoors where it belongs. Here are some important tips for keeping your “holiday proofing” your home against cold, ice and other unfriendly seasonal tidings. Ask Santa for Heating and Air Conditioning Repair...

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Three Causes For A Noisy Outdoor Air Conditioning Unit And What You Can Do To Correct Them

Posted by on Nov 10, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Three Causes For A Noisy Outdoor Air Conditioning Unit And What You Can Do To Correct Them

If your central air conditioning system’s outdoor unit is making distracting or unusual sounds, such as rattling or buzzing, then it may be caused by one of several common problems. Fortunately, these problems aren’t serious and can be corrected by most homeowners willing to spend a little time diagnosing and making repairs. Below are three possible causes for a noisy outdoor unit and what you can do to correct the trouble: Loose cabinet A metallic, rattling sound in your outdoor unit may be caused by a poorly-secured...

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Three Reasons Why Your Home’s Water Pressure Suddenly Sucks

Posted by on Oct 30, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Three Reasons Why Your Home’s Water Pressure Suddenly Sucks

When the water pressure in all areas of your home suddenly takes a nosedive, it can turn even the simplest activities, such as washing the dishes, into an exhausting chore. Many times the problem can be easily fixed, but first you have to figure out what the issue could be. Here are three things that could be causing low water pressure in your home. Recent Plumbing or Other Home Repairs When making plumbing or home repairs, especially major ones such as replacing piping, it’s not unusual for technicians or do-it-yourselfers to turn off...

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Dealing With Central A/C Air Flow Issues

Posted by on Oct 30, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Dealing With Central A/C Air Flow Issues

Good air flow lies at the cornerstone of your central air conditioning system’s operation. Without it, the conditioned air your central A/C produces wouldn’t be able to circulate throughout your home. Poor air flow issues can be caused by a variety of common problems. In fact, the following shows how you can resolve your A/C system’s air flow problems by fixing these common issues: Check Your Vent Registers In homes without zoned climate control systems, closing vent registers is often the go-to method for moderating...

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Understanding How Pads Can Be Used To Keep An Air Conditioner Level

Posted by on Oct 26, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Understanding How Pads Can Be Used To Keep An Air Conditioner Level

If you have recently contacted an air conditioning contractor to have a new central cooling system installed, then you will need to make sure that the air conditioner condenser is secured in the right spot outside your home. The unit should be set in an area away from trees, shrubs, and other constructions that can block the exhaust that allows warm air to dissipate. You also will need to find a completely level area to set the condenser. This can be extremely difficult, since the condenser will weigh quite a bit. Usually, the air...

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