What You Should Know Before Hiring An Air Conditioner Installation Contractor

Installing an air conditioning unit with your HVAC contractor is a multi-step process that involves a lot of planning. Here are some of the critical pieces of information that your contractor needs to start an installation plan. What Type of Air Conditioner? The style of air conditioner that you choose will affect the structures that your HVAC team needs to design. For a traditional split system air conditioner, your contractor will plan interior ductwork to deliver cool air throughout the house. [Read More]

Debunking 2 Common HVAC Myths About Underground Shelters

The dingy, block-walled underground shelters that were prevalent in the past are no longer what safety shelters beneath the ground are all about. If you start digging for information about installing your own shelter underground on your property, you will find some pretty mind-blowing shelters that are suitable to be lived in even if it were not an emergency situation. Even though the underground shelters that are available are modern and quite aesthetically pleasing, most people looking to have one installed assume that an HVAC system would be a difficult feature to implement. [Read More]

Troubleshooting Your Ventilation

The last thing you want is to be caught without a working heater or air conditioner during extreme seasonal conditions. In many cases where your HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) is malfunctioning, you might be inclined to call a professional. However, many of these problems can be diagnosed and even fixed by an amateur. To help you out, here's a brief guide on one of the most common problems with ventilation: [Read More]

How To Fix A Toilet Overflow That's Not Caused By A Clog

Toilet overflows tend to happen when a clog in the pipe keeps the emptying water from leaving before the replacement water arrives. This creates as much as double the amount of water that's supposed to be in the bowl and can cause the water to spill over onto the floor. But sometimes overflows happen after all the old water has drained and the new water simply comes in too high. [Read More]