That's Not Cool: How To Know When Your Air Conditioner Is Going To Betray You

Posted on: 19 May 2015

It's never a good experience to turn on your air conditioner on a hot day only to find it won't work properly. Your AC may give you warning signs that something is wrong with it. By paying attention to the warning signs, you can save yourself a lot of time and money by knowing when you should have an HVAC technician come out, hopefully before a small problem becomes a big one.
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Five Things To Consider When Selecting An Air Conditioning Unit

Posted on: 3 May 2015

Tired of living in a home that is hot and stuffy? You may want to consider buying an air conditioner to lower the temperatures in the property to match your personal comfort level. When you are looking for an air conditioner, there are certain things you should consider to find the unit that matches your criteria. This guide walks you through the steps to take when you are purchasing an A/C unit.
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Tips To Make Your Custom Home Building Project More Managable

Posted on: 15 April 2015

Building a custom home is no small task, but it does not have to be a completely overwhelming or financially draining experience. With sound planning, you can help reduce many of the most daunting tasks of these projects. In particular, following these two tips will help ensure that you avoid critical missteps in the planning process that can result in poor construction or budget overruns.  Consider Hiring A Building Consultant
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Homeowners: Great Ways To Make Your Windows More Energy-Efficient

Posted on: 2 April 2015

If you own a home, one of the most important aspects of it is its energy efficiency. In order to improve this feature of your home, you can enhance your windows in the following ways: Install Triple Pane Glass If you don't mind replacing the glass panes in your home completely, you might consider upgrading to triple pane glass. Featuring three thick layers of glass, these glass windows effectively keep warm and cold air from escaping your home.
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