If you are in the middle of a heat wave where you live, then you want to make sure you keep yourself and all your family members safe from heat exhaustion or even worse, heat stroke. Here are tips to help you keep your body temperature cool during extreme temperatures to avoid health issues – Limit your time outside during the heat of the day – When you know you are going to be in for a hot day, you want to plan your day so you don't get caught out during the worst part. [Read More]
Why You Shouldn't Run The AC In Extremely Cold Weather
Air conditioners (ACs) don't work well when the temperatures are freezing. In fact, they are meant to operate at temperatures above 60 degrees Fahrenheit, and your AC may suffer damage if you run it at extremely low temperatures. Here are some of the damages associated with cold-weather AC operation: The Cooling Oil Thickens The compressor's main job is to circulate the refrigerant throughout the AC system. Proper refrigerant circulation is necessary for efficient heat exchange. [Read More]
3 Tips For Better Hot Water Heater Performance
To make sure that your plumbing and home infrastructure is serving you, it pays to be attentive to your hot water heater. The hot water heater in your home will help you to always have warm showers and hot water for washing laundry and cleaning. In order to make this happen, you will need to consider replacing an old and clunky hot water heater, getting the repairs from contractors that will help you maintain the hot water heater, and some other important tips. [Read More]
How Much Do You Know About The Three Main Types Of Whole-Home Cooling Systems?
Air conditioning is pretty simple, right? You plug in an appliance, and it blows out cool air... right? As it turns out, matters are not quite that simple. Though all air conditioners do cool homes by blowing out cold air, they don't all do so in the same manner. There are actually three different types of air conditioning systems that are used to cool whole home. Which is best for you really depends on your climate, the type of heating system your home has, and your individual preferences. [Read More]