Comparing Gas And Electric Portable Fireplaces

Posted on: 2 September 2015
Portable fireplaces are fireplaces that are designed to be moved around, for use outside or as space heaters, while still providing the aesthetic of a natural fire. They provide an alternative to traditional central heating units. Portable fireplaces can be broadly grouped into two categories, based on the fuel source that they use: natural gas and electric. Both of these types of portable fireplaces operate in similar manners, but have a number of distinctive features about them.
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Tips For Keeping Your Heating And Cooling System Running Properly

Posted on: 2 September 2015
Your central heating and cooling system plays a special role in your home. You count on it to keep your home warm in cold weather and cool in hot weather. Your system seems to run with very little from you. All you need to do on most days is to flip the thermostat to the temperature you want your home to be and enjoy the comforts it offers. This can make it very easy for you to take your system for granted and forget to take proper care of it.
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Reasons Your Laundromat Needs a Professional Exhaust System Cleaning

Posted on: 1 September 2015
Have you recently purchased an existing laundromat? Are you making a list of everything that needs to be done in order for you to reopen your doors? While replacing a damaged change machine or fixing a broken washing machine may seem the most obvious, here are some reasons why you should consider hiring a commercial exhaust cleaning company: Avoid hazardous fumes: If you use commercial gas-powered dryers instead of electric ones, an accumulation of lint can prevent carbon monoxide gas from escaping.
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3 Ways Prevent Mold Growth in Your A/C Drip Pan

Posted on: 1 October 2014
If you own a home, you want to be sure that it's a safe and healthy environment for your family. Some dangers to your family's health are hard to spot, such as the presence of mold growth. For mold to grow in your home, it has to find a moist environment. One such environment can be found in and near your air conditioner's drip pan. The drip pan is designed to collect condensate from the air conditioner and drain it outside your home.
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