Common Reasons Your Air Conditioner Fan Isn’t Working

The fan motor is a critical component of your air conditioning unit. If this part fails, your AC won't be able to move cold air through your home or hot air out of it. There are several reasons why a fan motor may stop working. Here are a couple of those reasons and tips on diagnosing the problem. Capacitor Problems One of the most common reasons a fan motor may suddenly stop working is if the capacitor goes bad. Read More 

How To Keep Outdoor Allergies From Following You Indoors

It's bad enough to have itchy eyes and a runny nose every time you step outside in the spring. You really don't want those outdoor allergies following you inside, too! These tips and tricks will help you keep your home free from pollen this spring. Leave your shoes (and pollen-covered clothing) outside. All you have to do is walk through the grass, and you'll have pollen on the soles of your shoes. Read More 

Water Damage Restoration After Your Dishwasher Overflows

Even though people and plants all need water in order to survive, water coming into contact with the wrong places if your home's structure can lead to very serious and expensive problems. If your dishwasher has leaked all over your home's kitchen floor and cabinets, then it is vital that you remove all of the water before it can create permanent damage such as dry rot problems and mold growth.  Read More 

How To Clean A Condenser Coil That Is Showing Signs Of Coil Corrosion

If the condenser coil inside of your den's air conditioner is showing signs of coil corrosion, learn how to remove the rust spots with the following steps. Coil corrosion can lead to a unit failing or may require the installation of new components in order for the coil to work correctly. If you take care of the problem on your own, your unit will continue to operate efficiently. Materials naval jelly thin paintbrush scouring pad soapy cloth wet sponge towel coil cleaner handheld vacuum cleaner Treat Rust Spots Read More 

Only Need Heat Occasionally? Consider A Mini-Split Heat Pump System

Are you building a home in an area where the temperature only occasionally falls so low that you need to turn on the heat? Installing an entire central HVAC system, including ducts and a full-size furnace, seems silly. Plus, you'll have to have to run a gas line for a natural gas furnace. A good alternative in this situation is a ductless, mini-split heat pump system. These units run on electricity, which prevents you from having to run a gas line, and they're the perfect choice when you only need to heat your home a few days of the year. Read More