When Thermostats Attack: Troubleshooting Your Furnace
27 April 2015
Your thermostat is more than just a box on the wall, it's the entire control center for your furnace. When it fails, your entire heating system may stop working properly. This can leave you chilly on cold nights. Fortunately, thermostat issues are typically quick and inexpensive repairs. If any of the following is the problem, chances are it's your thermostat.
Failure to Cycle
You know it's colder in the house than the current thermostat setting, but yet there is still no heat.
Learn How To Turn A Dresser Into A Kitchen Cart
13 April 2015
If you have a large kitchen and feel like the space is too open to be comfortable, you may want to consider using a kitchen cart as a center island. The cart will be on wheels so that you can move it out of the way when you want the space to be open, and it will have storage space so that you can store things in it as well. If you search for a kitchen cart but cannot find one that matches your unique style, consider making one of your own.
What Could Be Wrong When Your Home Is Not Getting Warm
30 March 2015
If you are noticing that your home does not get warm no matter how high you set your thermostat, you could have a problem with your HVAC system. The problem might not even be with the furnace itself, and may require professional help to fix it. You will need to narrow down the problem, as it could be any of the following things.
An Air Duct Leak
Your furnace needs to push the warm air through your ductwork to get it throughout your home.
Fixing A Few Roofing Shingles? Things To Consider While Shopping
17 March 2015
If you have a friend that used to do roofing, and thinks they can repair some damaged shingles for you without concern, you have to find a building supplies contractor. You'll want to take your damaged shingles with you, to make sure you can get other shingles that match.
When you are there, get the shingles and the roofing nails that you need to do the work. You may also want to shop for the following things, to help improve the functionality of your roof, and to protect your home.