Maintenance Tips For A Window Air Conditioning Unit

Posted on: 11 May 2017
During the hotter months, one of the most important features of the home is your air conditioner. Window air conditioners provide excellent alternatives to a central unit, as they are less expensive to install and often have easier upkeep as well. However, there is some maintenance you need to do in order to keep the window unit running smoothly. Here are some important maintenance tips to keep in mind. Wash or Replace the Air Filter
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Adding A Bathroom To Your Basement: Important Plumbing Considerations

Posted on: 7 May 2016
Adding a bathroom to your home's basement can be a great way to add a significant amount of value to your home--especially if you opt to add a full bathroom as part of a basement finishing project. Still, when adding a bathroom to a basement, there are many important factors that must be taken into consideration in order to achieve the desired results and ensure the new bathroom space is up to code.
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Tips For Selecting A New Gas Furnace Type

Posted on: 10 September 2015
Gas furnaces are popular with homeowners due to the low cost and relative efficiency of the units. If you're in the market for a new gas furnace, the wide variety of available types might seem intimidating. But there are really only two key considerations when shopping for a new gas furnace: whether you want conventional or condensing and the number of stages you want in the furnace. Here is a quick guide to making those shopping decisions.
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Lower Your Utility Bills with Window Film Insulation

Posted on: 5 September 2015
Virtually every homeowner would like to find ways to lower their heating and cooling costs. Although the importance of insulating your attic and basement is common knowledge, the fact that insulating your windows with plastic film can reduce your energy costs is perhaps less well known. The article looks at some of the key considerations to be aware of if you decide to pursue this option.   Benefits Window film prevents hot air from leaving your house during the winter by sealing leaks in the glass and window frame.
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