4 September 2015
A furnace blower forces air into the heat exchanger and kick-starts the warm-air distribution process. Therefore, if there is a problem with this part of your heating system, your furnace will have problems heating your house. Luckily, blower problems are easy to fix. Here are tips that will help you do so. Fixing a belt problem There is a belt that connects the motor pulley to the blower pulley. If this belt is worn out, the motor will have difficulties turning the blower pulley.
11 August 2015
If you want to save energy with window improvements, there are a lot of things you can do. Things like adding window treatments can help to reduce energy loss. Some things, like window film or roller shutters can also protect your home. Here are some of the improvements that you can have done to do a lot more than just save energy: 1. Adding Awnings To Windows And Doors With Direct Sunlight
23 July 2015
Creating a garden in a yard that has limited space available can be a bit difficult. Fortunately, there are some plants that can be grown vertically to allow you to make the most of the space that you have available to you. The following guide walks you through the process of using chain link fencing to create a lattice for your garden. Determine the Layout The first thing you need to do is consider the layout for your garden.
26 June 2015
Hard water is water that contains a great deal of minerals, which can be difficult for your hair and skin because it coats them in minerals and dries them out. If you find that your hair is very try, gets knotted easily, and feels borderline sticky, then you might be suffering from having hard water to bathe with. Here are some beauty tips for dealing with hard water if you are not able to install a water softener right away.
9 June 2015
Do you own a home with a basement? Are you tired of having to deal with a damp or flooded basement? Here are some tips on how you can keep your basement dry and free from water: Slope the ground away from your home: If the ground slopes toward your home, water will collect around your foundation when it rains. Although good professional basement waterproofing may be able to keep some of the moisture out, the water pressure can still force your basement to flood.