Is Wood Heat Right For You?

Not every homeowner wants to rely on a traditional furnace. Depending on where one lives in the United States, your primary heating fuel source may be oil, electricity, natural gas, or propane. None of these are cheap, and the companies that provide them can decide at any time to raise the prices. There are other options, such as geothermal heating or solar energy, but these technologies can be pricey. One option that is both affordable, reliable, and allows you to control how much you spend and when is wood heat. [Read More]

3 Ways to Keep Your Air Conditioner Running Right

When the temperature begins to climb outdoors, many homeowners rely on the cooled air produced by an air conditioning unit to keep indoor temperatures more comfortable. Without access to a functional AC unit, it can be challenging to keep your home's temperature as low as you would like it to be. Here are three simple things that you can do on a regular basis to ensure cooled air can move freely throughout your home during the warm summer months. [Read More]

Slow Drains: Why Your Drains Are Slow And Why You Can't Ignore The Problem

If you notice that your bathroom sink is draining slowly, this might not be a big deal. When the problem is solved with some chemical drain cleaner, you can move on without worrying about your plumbing system. You have a bigger problem with your plumbing system if you also notice that your kitchen sink won't drain, or your toilet isn't flushing completely after it is used. When you experience more than one slow drain in your home, it's time to call your plumber to do an assessment on your plumbing system. [Read More]

5 Things To Check If Your Furnace Suddenly Blows Cold Air

It's not uncommon for a furnace to suddenly turn a cold shoulder when it comes to heating your home. Nevertheless, you'll want this problem diagnosed and repaired before it results in a cold, sleepless night for you and others in your home. Here are a few areas to check if and when your furnace suddenly develops cold feet over heating your home properly. Circuit Breaker A tripped circuit breaker is one common reason for a furnace to suddenly start putting out cold air. [Read More]