Clogged drains are one of the most common and inconvenient plumbing problems among homeowners. However, bad habits, such as flushing random items down the toilet, frequently cause the blockages. By changing some of your habits, you can reduce the risk of clogs in your plumbing system.
Here are a few effective ways to prevent clogged drains.
Be Mindful of What You Flush Down the Toilet
Human waste and toilet paper are the only items that should be flushed down the toilet. Read More»
The air conditioning you have installed in your home doesn’t have to be the conventional forced-air system. Today, options for ductless AC can do more and make your home more efficient. There are even systems that use heat pumps, which, in addition to cooling, provide heating for your home. The following heat pump installation solutions will give your home efficient heating and cooling:
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When your home’s furnace has been giving you trouble and you feel like you’re spending more to repair it than it is worth, you might be thinking about replacing it with a new one. While furnace replacement is a pretty straightforward process, there are some things that you should consider before you buy that new unit. Here’s a look at a couple of the things that you need to think about. Read More»
A heat pump can provide an efficient option for heating your home in the winter, but only if it is used correctly.
1. Adjust the Temperature Gradually
When adjusting the thermostat for comfort, avoid drastic shifts in temperature. If you increase the temp on your heat pump too much, then the backup heater may power on to try and meet the increased heating demand more quickly than the heat pump could do alone. Read More»
It is best to make sure that your heating system is in good shape before the winter weather ever hits. However, this is not always an option, or you might think that your heating system is in good shape, only to find that this is not the case. If your heater breaks down in the middle of winter, you might think that your best bet is to get it repaired. However, in some cases, dealing with a damaged heating system in the middle of winter can be a pain, and you might find that you are better off replacing your unit completely. Read More»