Cranking up strong and reliable air conditioning systems is the best way to beat the summer heat, especially if you don’t have a pool or lake nearby where you can take a quick dip. As a result, it should come as no surprise that, in 2012, an estimated 87% of American homes used some form of AC. But, unfortunately, even the most dependable units do not last forever, even if homeowners invest in the necessary air conditioning services and upkeep. In the same way that your beloved old car isn’t going to run forever, at some point you’ll need an AC replacement. Thankfully, there are a handful of signs that let you know when it’s time.
Brrr! Nights and even days can be cold this time of year in the Valley of the Sun. With temperatures often below freezing throughout the Phoenix metro area, most homeowners are turning up the heat and facing rising utility bills.
While these bills are often less than those of the summer when air conditioning systems are on around the clock, they can be high enough to put a significant dent in a typical budget. What’s a homeowner to do?
Worrying about heating system repair is something that will plague you as a homeowner from time to time. While it can be expensive, it shouldn’t be so costly that it forces you to drain your bank account dry. Spotting some of these red flags early on could be a terrific way to avoid being ripped off on a heating system repair. Continue reading
5 Ways To Stay Warm In Bed
Experts agree that the temperature of the room plays a significant role in getting to sleep at night. When you go to sleep, your body tries to reach a certain temperature that allows it to relax and shut down. In environments that are either too hot or too cold, finding the right temperature is tough, and getting to sleep can be even tougher. During the frigid winter months, investing in heating repairs is always important, but there are some other things you can do to stay warm and get a good night’s sleep. Continue reading
Refrigerant gasses are a really great thing. By cleverly exploiting their properties at various pressures and temperatures, we can keep ourselves cool and comfortable in summer, warm and cozy in winter, our food fresh longer, and dehumidify our air. These gasses are however, required to be handled in very specific ways by trained and certified professionals.