How To Keep Up Your HVAC Efficiency

If there is one thing that homeowners hate spending money on, it is their utility bills. Instead of trying to constantly turn down your heat and air conditioner to save money, you should be taking more practical and long-term steps to reduce your bills. That is, if you do your part to maintain your system, regularly clean it, and always change your filters in time, your vital HVAC components are going to run more efficiently and last longer.   Read More...

3 Signs You Need A New Air Conditioner

Having your air conditioner serviced regularly and repaired at the first sign of trouble is usually the best way to extend its lifespan. Eventually, however, a better option may be to replace your AC with a more efficient and modern model. Here are a few of the biggest signs it's time to buy a new air conditioner: Your Home is Uncomfortably Warm If despite taking good care of your air conditioner and having obvious problems repaired by a professional your home remains difficult to cool in the summer, it is most likely time for a new air conditioner.   Read More...

How To Paint Bathroom Trim

If you are having a bathroom remodel done, a contractor will probably do all of the heavy lifting. However, if you want to change the bathroom's color during the remodeling, painting your bathroom is great do-it-yourself project. Getting paint onto the walls is simple. However, painting the bathroom trim and creating straight lines and edges is difficult. You need to be more careful and precise when it comes to painting the trim.   Read More...

Troubleshooting A Furnace Pilot Light That Is Not Working Correctly

If you have an older gas furnace, then it is very likely that you also have a pilot light. This light is responsible for igniting the gas fuel so that heat can be created and moved into your home. Pilot lights often work well, but when they stop working properly, then you simply do not have a heated home. This is obviously problematic, so keep reading to learn about some tips to help you get your pilot working again.   Read More...

How To Prevent A Fire From Your Gas Water Heater

Not too long ago, one of California largest wildfires was traced back to a water heater that ignited. While these instances don't occur every day, this gas appliance can become a fire hazard if not properly maintained. if you want to know how to keep your family and belongings safe, follow these five simple tips for preventing fires from your gas water heater. Perform Annual Inspections When everything's working fine, it's easy to overlook the routine care and maintenance of any appliance.   Read More...