Reasons For HVAC System Short Cycling

Have an HVAC system that seems to constantly turn on and off during the day? This is a problem known as short cycling. This problem is not only an inefficient way to heat and cool your home, but it can put unnecessary stress on the appliance. Thankfully, this is a furnace repair problem that has a few common reasons as to why it is happening. Air Flow Restrictions Do you remember the last time you changed your air filter? [Read More]

Plumbing Clog Tools Every Homeowner Needs

One of the most common plumbing issue is a clogged drain. All too often, the first attempt to clear a clog is to use a chemical clog remover. While these may be effective in some cases, more often than not they fail to work and now the drain and sink is filled with dangerous chemicals. This makes it unsafe for a homeowner to continue trying to clear the drain, while also adding a layer of difficulty for any plumber you call in to attempt a repair. [Read More]

4 Ways to Potentially Avoid Needing AC Repairs This Summer

When the sweltering months of summer hit, you'll be relying on your home's central air conditioning to keep you cool and comfortable. Unfortunately, air conditioning repairs don't usually come at convenient times, which means you could be stuck with a non-functional AC on the hottest day of the year. And while there's no way to guarantee you won't need any air conditioning repairs this summer, there are some steps you can take to better maintain your AC system and reduce your chances of needing a costly repair. [Read More]

Furnace Troubles? Tips To Help You Identify And Repair The Problem

If your furnace has stopped producing warm air, or it's not coming on at all, you need to diagnose the problem quickly. There's still a few weeks of winter left, which means you still need your furnace to keep you warm. Here are some things you need to do to help you isolate and identify the problem. Start With the Furnace Door If your furnace isn't starting up the way it should, you need to start with an inspection of the unit; particularly the furnace door. [Read More]