What exactly makes a split system different than the regular system you have in your home right now?
The snow and cold are on their way. Plumbing can be a bit more problematic in the wintertime – especially with the danger of frozen pipes. No one wants to have to deal with frozen pipes that might explode, causing damage and costing you money. With this being said, let's talk about how pipes become frozen in the first place and what to do when there is an issue.
Each year, millions of seniors in America are faced with some tough decisions when it comes to deciding between moving into an assisted living facility or living in their own home as they age. It's no surprise that a vast majority prefer to stay in their homes, but safety and comfort are among the top concerns.
You know the thing in your sink that makes an angry sound and scares the family pet as it gets rid of the rest of your unwanted food or waste? Well, your garbage disposal needs proper but minimal maintenance to keep them working at maximum efficiency.
As it gets colder, you may attribute your scratchy throat, dry skin, or swollen nasal passages to the changing of the weather.... but many people can avoid these winter nuisances with a little help! Enter the humidifier.
It's been awhile since most homeowners in the Stateline have thought about turning up the thermostat, but as we all know, those days will soon be upon here. Many of us look forward to enjoying the comforts of a warm, cozy home when the blustery fall weather returns.
Furnace filters are the unsung heroes of the home when it comes to keeping indoor air clean and free of allergens. They also help remove particles sucked into vents that can build up over time and damage the furnace fan or heating coil. Filters vary in thickness and size, depending on the type of furnace in your home.
Ants are quick to venture indoors in the search for food when their own resources are scarce. Depending on where you live and the type of home you own, you may have experienced one or several ant invasions over the summer.
If you suffer from allergies or asthma, your dirty ductwork could be contributing to the problem. Most of us rarely, if ever, think about the quality of air that’s coming out of our vents. But when considering the constant buildup of dust, pet dander and other airborne pollutants that exist inside of a home and HVAC unit, it’s easy to see how ductwork can become so polluted over time.