If you don't have air conditioning in your home and want to stay cool this summer, you need to call up your local heating and cooling company and see about having a ductless air conditioner installed in your home. How It Works A ductless air conditioner contains two different parts. The first part is an indoor unit that pulls in the warm air in your home, cools it off with refrigerant, and pushes it back into your home. [Read More]
3 Advantages Of Going Metal With Your New Roof
If your roof is reaching the end of its life, you are going to need to replace it soon. Instead of replacing your shingles with the same type of roof, you should consider switching to a metal roof. Here are a few of the advantages that going metal with your new roof will provide you. #1 An Increase In Value When your roof gets old and you replace it with a new roof, generally all that happens to the value of your home is that it is maintained. [Read More]
Is It A Problem If You Get Condensation On Your Pipes?
Condensation forms on pipes when the pipes are very cold and the air around the pipes is warm and moist. Condensation occurs because cold air holds less moisture than warmer air. When the warm moist air comes into contact with the chilly surface of the pipes, the air temperature drops and water droplets form on the surface of the pipes. Is it a problem if you get condensation on your pipes? [Read More]
3 Tips To Prevent Your Cat From Scratching Your Window Screens
There is something about window screens -- and the screens that are used on screened-in porches and screen doors -- that cats seem to love. Cats often claw at the screens and even try to climb them, which can obviously result in serious damage over time. You can hire a window screen repair company to come out and repair the damage, but you will probably want to keep your cat away from your screens in the future. [Read More]