If your home has an attic or crawl space, it could be contributing to your high utility bills. This is particularly true if you live somewhere warm, and your ceiling joists don't have insulation. But, not matter what climate you live in, you will benefit by having better insulation in your ceiling and attic. This article explains why and how you should add fiberglass insulation to the joist bays in your ceiling:
With winter in full effect, you may have noticed that your home is feeling colder than usual. The problem might not be with your furnace, but issues with the rest of the house that need some attention. Here are a few ways you can have a warmer house while making it easier for your furnace to operate: Check Your Doors and Windows For Drafts The doors and windows in your home could be a source for cold air to enter your home.
As the seasons change, so does your comfort and electrical demands. Air conditioning and heating systems are major parts of the modern American household's power bill, and a lot can be done to make sure that you're not being charged for power that barely converts into comfort. To understand what could go wrong, along with ways that electrical and HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) professionals can help, here are a few maintenance and repair points.
If you live in a trailer, you may not have central air conditioning. Instead, you may have an air conditioner that is similar to a window unit but that is mounted in your wall. It will cool your house down well, but in the winter, it can also allow the cold air into your house. Since those units aren't generally made to be taken out, and even if you could take them out, you would end up with a huge hole in your wall, you need to figure out a way to winterize them so that your house stays nice and warm during the winter.
It is almost spring again, which means it is time for cleaning and maintenance around the home. As the days get longer, plan a day to do some of the air conditioning maintenance that you need to do. Call the HVAC service, while you are at it, to go ahead and service your AC for the spring and summer months. Here are some of the things that you will want to do before the AC technician gets to your home:
The air conditioning unit outside your home needs to be taken care of if you want it to keep you cool for many summers into the future. During the winter, should the unit be covered? Do you really need to do anything to winterize the unit? Our blog will show you several ways for you to protect your air conditioning unit through the winter. You will learn how to build a cover, determine if you need to do any work to it and much more. Hopefully what you learn here will help you to keep your unit running well for many years.