Here's Your Yearly Rundown Of How To Keep Your Home Cool Yet Energy-Conscious In A Heatwave

It's that time of year again, when temperatures rise and make you face the choice between a hot home or a hot utility bill. Whether you're a homeowner or renter, keeping your home cool while not sending that bill into the stratosphere involves a delicate balance, one that you can easily forget after several months of cooler weather. Here are your steps for staying cool now that summer weather is here. [Read More]

Four Things To Check If You Want To Avoid Future Mold Problems

If you've been finding mold or mildew in your home despite using a dehumidifier and other remedies to control the growth, it's time to look at more specific causes than just high humidity. It's easy for mold and mildew to grow, and sometimes you can have a localized problem (or multiple localized problems) due to something that seems innocent enough. Here are four things to check if you're having mold or mildew issues that won't seem to stop. [Read More]

Cleaning Steps For A Window Air Conditioner's Interior

Dirt and dust particles can clog your window air conditioner's condenser coil, causing the unit to work inefficiently or take longer than usual to cool down your home's interior. The following steps will teach you how to clean your air conditioner's interior so that your unit operates efficiently throughout the warmest months of the year. Materials gloves dust mask wire brush vacuum cleaner with hose attachment coil cleaner sponge lint-free cloths detergent water scrub brush with soft bristles Take The Cover Off And Remove Loose Debris [Read More]

Top Reasons Your Air Conditioner May Need To Be Fixed

Are you worried about your air conditioner? During the previous summer, did it seem to struggle more than usual with cooling your home? Now is a good time to get your air conditioning unit checked out before spring and summer roll around again. Here are some common issues that you should have checked out: Refrigerant levels: An air conditioning unit in good condition should have steady levels of coolant. But as your air conditioner ages, it may develop small leaks and start to loose its refrigerant. [Read More]