Why Your Home Has Hot And Cold Spots During The Summer

Even if you set your AC to the appropriate temperature, you might notice that your home has hot and cold spots. This can make your home very uncomfortable when there are several individuals living in your home and you're not able to keep everyone cool. There are many reasons why your AC is not cooling your entire home properly. A Thermostat Isn't Working You may have a thermostat that is faulty. Read More 

Seven Fabricated Pipe Considerations

Ordering fabricated pipes directly from a machine or industrial shop is a way to secure appropriate pipes for work. Cold rolled pieces--sometimes called "cold drawn" or "cold finished"--are popular, but hot rolled pieces are another choice. Selecting one above the other requires knowledge of your needs, as well as the following considerations: Cost Hot rolled steel has only been through a singular process where it was rolled into the pipes you purchase. Read More 

3 Simple Tasks You Can Do To Keep Your Furnace Running Efficiently

If you live in an area where winter temperatures dip below freezing, you know how important it is to have access to a functional furnace. The furnace is one of the most important appliances in the home. When a furnace malfunctions, your family's health and safety could be at risk. Proper maintenance will help to ensure your furnace runs smoothly throughout the winter months. Caring for your furnace doesn't have to be difficult, you can be proactive and complete these three simple tasks to help maintain furnace efficiency. Read More 

3 Things To Consider When Choosing A Furnace Filter

Your furnace is an imperative part of your home, especially during the winter season. Not only does it heat the air, but it also moves the heated air into your home to keep your family comfortable. Unfortunately, a great deal of dirt, dust, allergens, and even mold can build up in the system. Thankfully, filters trap these particles, preventing them from moving into your home along with the heated air. Read More 

3 Reasons Your Furnace Might Be Blowing Cold Air

When outdoor temperatures get too chilly, you probably turn to your furnace for warmth. Discovering that this appliance has betrayed you by blowing cold air can be devastating. Not having the ability to heat your home puts your health and safety at risk. Start troubleshooting your furnace to eliminate cold air by addressing these common problems. 1. Leaking Air Ducts If you are feeling cold air coming through your home's vents, the problem might not be with your furnace at all. Read More