If you have lived in your home for more than a few years you are probably familiar with just about every inch of your property inside and out. That means if you heat and cool your home with a convenient HVAC system you realize by now that you have a large component of it in your basement that controls the heat and another large part of it outside that helps cool your home. Many people know that it’s good to get a tune up every once in a while on the inside furnace but fail to do any type of … read full article
Friday, November 9, 2018
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Many people love to cook, so much so that they often times don’t pay attention to what ends up going down the drain in the kitchen. Grease dumped out of frying pans, vegetable trimmings going into the plumbing and discarded food scraps seem to constantly try to work their way through the sink strainer. If they get through then you will end up with a clogged sink drain. So what is the best way to remedy that situation? You can try the following steps to unclog the drain.1. Extremely Hot Water (Not Boiling)
Very hot water may just do … read full article
Wednesday, August 29, 2018
One can always make changes, even little ones in their daily routines and activities in order for them to decrease our energy consumption which in turn may lower our utility bills and household costs. Keeping household costs low is actually a difficult process as it requires attention and discipline but it is indeed beneficial not only to homeowners but business personalities as well.
Regularly cleaning and replacing your HVAC system’s filter also helps in cleaning the air we breathe. Your filter should be changed at least every three months but it can also be replaced every 30 days for cleaner … read full article
Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Chillers are kept up and investigated regularly. Regardless of customary assessment, a typical issue includes corrupted execution after some time because of spillages and stopping up by soil inside the framework. Another regular issue on chillers is the gathering of scale after some time.
The chiller may require either mechanical cleaning or synthetic cleaning relying upon the force of the stopping up. Mechanical cleaning disposes of mud, slime, green growth and other free materials from the smooth-bore tubes. Mechanical cleaning incorporates brushing the tubes, evacuation of the water-box covers, and flushing the chiller utilizing clean water.
For the tubes that … read full article
Monday, August 27, 2018
It is an annual dilemma how humans can beat the heat seeing how the temperatures seem to go up higher and higher as the years go by. The public comes up with all sorts of tips and tricks to overcome the heat and survive the next couple of months when the sun is shining in all its glory. It’s the time of the year when homes are buzzing from the sound of air conditioners working 24/7 to keep everyone the household cool and comfy all day long.
Unfortunately, not everyone can afford to have an extensive cooling system installed in … read full article
Friday, August 24, 2018
There are a lot of issues and problems with our HVAC that may arise given some certain circumstances. There are some that are too obvious and noticeable while some are subtle and require thorough examination to determine the issue. If you know what you are looking for, it simply means that you will have an easier way of identifying potential and developing problems as early as possible before they become too much handle.
Just as white blood cells are the first line of defense in our body, regular maintenance is also the first thing we need to do if we … read full article
Thursday, August 23, 2018
There are many apparatuses, machineries, and gadgets that are powered by either heating or cooling. Using tools like heating and cooling systems, HVAC technologies or boilers, these apparatuses and machineries are brought to life. A boiler, also known as steam generator is a device that applies heat energy to water in order for it to produce steam.
Fluid, mainly water, is heated inside a boiler and it does not necessarily need to boil. The steam, or vaporized fluid exits the boiler and will then be used in various processes and activities such as cooking, sanitation, water heating, and many … read full article