Cleaning Your Air Conditioner In 3 Steps

Your air conditioner needs to be cleaned on a regular basis, so it can work efficiently. The part that sits outdoors draws in air along with dirt, grass clippings, pollen, pollution, and anything else that is floating in the air. This debris will gum up the works and eventually cause your air conditioner to stop working if you don't clean it out. While you don't want to bother the mechanical parts of the unit that are hidden behind panels, you can easily clean the fins, vents, and outer portion of your air conditioner. [Read More]

How To Find The Source Of Low-Water Pressure In Your Bathroom Faucet

If your bathroom faucet has started releasing less water even when you have your handles turned all the way, the problem could be in a number of places under your sink or in the sink fixture itself. Broken parts, parts that have been moved and buildups of sediment can cause your water pressure to slowly decrease. Whether you have the problem in your hot water, your cold water or both, basic troubleshooting should lead you to the source -- and fixing it isn't much harder: [Read More]

Waterproofing Your Home: It Does More Than Keep Your Home Structurally Sound

Anywhere water can get into your home that is not through the plumbing system, it creates trouble. First, it weakens the structure of the building by rotting wood and drywall, and by causing the concrete or masonry to crumble. Professional waterproofing contractors use special products and techniques to find the cause and fix the problem. The work they do will make sure your home is a healthy, comfortable, pest-free place to live that doesn't break you with high utility bills. [Read More]

3 Reasons A Tankless Water Heater May Be Best For Your Home

While the initial costs of purchasing a tankless water heater can seem daunting, the many benefits of owning one truly outweigh the costs. Read on to see all of the ways you and your home can benefit by switching to a tankless model. Increased Energy Savings Keeping hot water in reserve seems rather expensive, but this is exactly how standard water heaters work. Cold water is taken to the top of the tank and then heated to the designated temperature. [Read More]