Can Your Pets Impact Your Home's Air Quality? What You Need To Know

Posted on: 20 August 2020

If you have dogs, cats, or other furry friends sharing your home, you likely know their hair can cause problems when it comes to your air qualify. When you have pets, you have to take some extra precautions when it comes to your HVAC to ensure the system stays clean and your air is pure. Consider the following: Remove Pet Hair from Your Home Easier said than done, but you should make a very good effort to keep as much animal hair picked up from around the home as you can.
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Five Common AC Mistakes That Cost You Money

Posted on: 12 August 2020

You depend on your air conditioner to cool your home, which means making sure you operating it correctly. There are common mistakes that many homeowners make, though, that could be leading to higher bills or less efficient cooling. 1. Turning Down the AC for Quicker Cooling If your home is warm, it can be tempting to turn down the AC all the way in an effort to cool it faster. Unfortunately, your house will still cool at the same rate of speed no matter how low you set the thermostat.
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Clear Signs Of Sump Pump Repair Issues

Posted on: 15 July 2020

Plumbing professionals can deal with a lot of problems within the home, including the repair of your sump pump. Sump pumps are instrumental in keeping your basement free of moisture, and you should be investigating your sump pump often to see if it is working correctly. When completing your investigation, you should be looking for some clear signs that the pump requires professional assistance. Water Is Pouring Back Into The Pump
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Is It Your Air Conditioner, Or Is It Your Thermostat Use?

Posted on: 9 June 2020

As air conditioning systems have gotten more advanced over the years, the thermostat, in particular, has gotten more complicated. Instead of simple switches to turn the system on and off and a dial to adjust the temperature, you now have a programmable, digital component that isn't always intuitive in its use. It's very easy to confuse incorrect thermostat use with a broken air conditioner, which doesn't mean that the air conditioner will never break, but that you should double-check how you're setting the thermostat before calling a repair person.
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