Tips For Diagnosing Your Broken Air Conditioner In Three Situations

Is your home's air conditioner giving you problems? Find ways to diagnose what the problem could possibly be with these helpful tips.  The Air Conditioner Does Nothing There are a few reasons why it seems like your air conditioner is not doing anything. Start by looking at the circuit breaker in your home, since it is possible that the air conditioner tripped the circuit and it has to be manually turned back on. Read More 

Re-Plumbing A Bad Plumbing Situation: What You Need To Know

In general, house flippers know what they are doing, and if they do not, they hire someone to do a job. However, there are the select few flippers that do not know what they are doing, and they refuse to hire a pro. That is when and where you end up with bad plumbing situations. If you have a bad plumbing situation in your home because an inexperienced house flipper did a bad job, here is what you need to know about re-plumbing that not-so-hot plumbing situation. Read More 

3 Reasons Why You Should Have Your Air Conditioner Checked Out ASAP

Are you glad that the heat of summer is over or will be gone soon? Have you already started getting ready for the cold winter months? As tempting as it can be to completely forget about summer for as long as possible, now is actually the best time to get ready for next summer, especially in regards to your air conditioner. Too many people turn off their air conditioning system for the year and then forget all about it until spring at the earliest. Read More 

2 Reasons You May Need To Replace Your HVAC System

The heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system (HVAC) in your home controls the temperature inside during the entire year. In the winter, it provides heating, and in the summer, it provides cooling. Even when the temperature is not extreme on either side of the thermometer, the system fan can move air throughout the home, creating much-needed ventilation. If the system is not working, you may need to consider replacing it. Read More 

3 Problems That Can Develop With A Zoned Cooling System

Zoned cooling systems are becoming more popular in modern homes. A zoned system allows you to have greater control over the amount of cool air generated by your air conditioning system. You can opt to cool the rooms that you use most often, and avoid wasting the energy required to cool rooms that see little use. As much benefit as a zoned cooling system can provide, these systems are not without their flaws. Read More