3 February 2017
If you own a warehouse or business that has a loading dock or another point of entry for large vehicles, chances are you have at least one commercial garage door on site. If your garage door sees frequent use, it's critically important to keep up with a regular maintenance plan. After all, you don't want to have an inventory truck pull up to your warehouse only to find that it can't get the merchandise into your building due to a malfunctioning garage door.
8 July 2016
There are plenty of times when you may need the services of a plumber, but sometimes you need their services right away. You might be unsure of when the best time to call on the service of an emergency plumber might be. Luckily, this guide will help you determine when that is a perfectly prudent decision. Gas Leaks Although usually associated with issues related to water based appliances and fixtures, plumbers are also concerned with furnace connections and copper piping.
12 August 2015
If you are currently in the process of building a new office building, make sure that you include air conditioning in your building's plan. It can be tough for employees to focus and get work done in the summer if your building is too hot. The best way to ensure that your employees will be able to perform well in the summer is by installing an air conditioning system in your new office building.
16 June 2015
To be able to absorb heat from the air passing through it, an air conditioner's coil needs to have an ample supply of refrigerant. This is one of the main reasons why it is recommended that you replace any refrigerant that is lost after repairing a refrigerant leak. However, the fact that an air conditioner's refrigerant plays such an important role in the cooling process does not mean that having more of it is better.
23 February 2015
No matter where you live, using too much water in the home is always going to be an issue. This is why low-flow toilets were introduced a few decades ago. They are now used in most homes, and new toilet installations must use them. Low-flow toilets use about half the water to flush than what toilets used to use. When you are troubleshooting toilet problems, you will need to find out first if it is a low-flow toilet.
17 February 2015
The glass in your car may not be something you think about often, but it is important that you keep your auto glass in good shape so it can protect you from the elements. Here are some tips to make sure that your glass continues to stay intact and do its job: Don't Pour Boiling Water on Your Windows For many people, de-icing windows in the winter is a time-consuming job, especially if you're in a hurry.
11 February 2015
Does your tap water have a strange taste, color, or odor to it that seems a bit off-putting? If so, you may have water that is full of contaminates that are not at all beneficial for your health. You may want to consider installing a reverse osmosis water purification system in your home. These systems will provide tap water that is much higher in overall quality. Here are some things you should know about reverse osmosis:
30 January 2015
Do you notice that your eyes are puffy in the morning after sleeping with the air conditioner on? It's probably not a coincidence that your itchy, red eyes become worse on the hottest days of the year. It's not the air conditioning itself that's causing your reaction, but rather the fact that it's blowing allergen particles into the air. Why do the symptoms occur only in the morning? Perhaps you're allergic to pollen, pet dander, dust or mold spores.
28 January 2015
There are almost 100 million homes in the U.S. with air conditioning. Chances are you may be one of them, and you may have a window unit installed. During warm months, you want to be able to rely on your air conditioning unit to keep you and your family cool. If it quits working, you could spend tons of money hiring a professional to come out and fix it. In many cases, problems with your window unit could have been avoided if you had only performed simple maintenance procedures on it.
23 January 2015
When you buy an older home, it can come with a lot of seemingly strange perks. Older homes often have original architecture, such as pulleys built into windows, ladders climbing the sides of homes, and even laundry elevators. There might even be another structure in your new home that reminds you of the heat source in your childhood grade school- a radiator. This begs the question: should you heat your home with a boiler, or switch to a modern furnace?