Viable Options For Heating The Basement

Not all basements are warm; some basements are cold and require artificial heating to be comfortable. Below are some of the ways you can heat your basement so that you can use it just like any other room in the house. Extend the Ductwork If you already have the ductwork upstairs, you can extend it to heat the basement. Many people think of this as the first option, but further scrutiny reveals some problems. [Read More]

How To Reduce Allergens In The Home

Items in the household can spark allergic reactions, hay fever, and other respiratory problems. Allergens can enter the home through the air ducts or the vents of your home. They will come into contact with furniture, clothing, bedding and various other objects. Once inside, they can be difficult to get rid of. These substances can be pollen, dust mites, mold spores, or other harmful debris. A good, well-maintained HVAC system will decrease allergens in your home by eliminating them from the air. [Read More]

Avoid A Sweltering Summer Emergency With A Professional Air Conditioning Tune-Up

It's easy to assume that as long as your air conditioning unit is running and keeping your house fairly cool, everything is fine. However, just like your furnace, your AC unit needs regular maintenance to perform at its full capacity. Getting this maintenance once a year at the beginning of the warm season is best. Even in the best cases, neglecting regular maintenance on your air conditioner will result in a unit that doesn't perform as well as it should, driving up your electric bill with its inefficiency. [Read More]

4 Ways To Deal With An Old Water Heater After Your New Heater Is Installed

When you have a new water heater installed in your home, you are going to need to do something with the old water heater that is left behind. You don't want to have the old water heater setting around your home for an extended time. Sell Some of the Scrap Metal You may be able to scrap your old water heater and get a little money out of it. Not all the parts of your water heater will have value at a scrap yard. [Read More]