Problems With Your Garbage Disposal? Tips For Getting It Running Again

A garbage disposal can be a great device to have in your kitchen as long as it is working properly. If your garage disposal is having problems, there are several things that could be wrong with it. Before you call your plumber, below are three things that could help you get it back running again. It Has a Power Problem If you flip the switch to start up your garbage disposal and hear no noise at all, it could be a problem with the circuit breaker. Read More 

How To Improve Your Heating Airflow

Your HVAC system is not going to be effective it has poor airflow. No matter how powerful and efficient your furnace is, your airflow will not be 100% if your ducts and air registers are clogged or leaky. You don't even need to spend a lot of money to increase the efficiency of your ducts. This article explains how to tune up your ducts and air registers to get them in top working order. Read More 

How To Maintain A Heat Pump

Heat pumps are an alternative heating source for your home that, unlike traditional central heating units, pump hot air in from outside your home and vent out colder air, slowly raising the temperature of your home. However, like all appliances, heat pumps can become less efficient over time due to general wear and tear, which can cause them to heat your home poorly and raise your energy bills. Thankfully, there are a number of easy tasks which you can complete to ensure that your heat pump is operating at peak performance. Read More 

Five Benefits Of Installing A Whole-Home Humidifier

During the winter months, the air inside most homes gets overly dry. Luckily, there's a way to combat this. A whole-home humidifier is a device that can be integrated with your HVAC system. It adds moisture to the air as it is circulated through your home. Installing a whole-home humidifier will allow you to enjoy these benefits: Your cold symptoms won't be as uncomfortable. Almost everyone gets a cold from time to time, especially during the winter months. Read More 

Troubleshooting A Capacitor On Your AC Unit

In order to make an AC unit more energy efficient, engineers will try to reduce energy consumption. For example, a fan requires more electricity to start than to continue running once in motion. Thus, if you use a motor that is strong enough to start your fan, you are wasting electricity running the motor once it starts. Engineers will use a capacitor to store electricity while the fan is running. This capacitor can then be used to give a quick burst of electricity to start your fan. Read More