2015

Old Air Conditioning Won't Go Off? Troubleshoot It With These Emergency Tips

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If your old air conditioner doesn’t cycle off and on properly, it can increase your cooling bill. In addition, the parts inside the unit can wear down and break from the stress. Sometimes, older air conditioners stay on when you set the thermostat on a very low temperature. The unit may also lack the power to remove the heat and cool down the home. With the right emergency tips, you can troubleshoot and try to fix the unit so that it cycles on and off correctly.…

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Knowing When To Let Go Of Your Water Heater

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Nothing lasts forever, especially when it comes to your home’s appliances. However, many homeowners tend to use appliances like water heaters for far longer than their life expectancy allows. A water heater that’s well past its prime is always at risk of sudden and sometimes catastrophic failure. To keep this from happening, it’s important to know when it’s time to replace your water heater with a newer model. Aging Out Old age is one of the most common reasons for a water heater replacement.…

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6 Ways To Improve Indoor Air Quality

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There are a lot of reasons you may want to improve the air quality in your home. Perhaps you simply want the air inside to feel and smell more fresh and clean. Maybe you or a family member are dealing with asthma, allergies, or respiratory issues that are affected by air quality. Whatever your reasons, there are specific things you can do to improve your indoor air quality that go beyond common sense advice like to regularly open your windows to air things out.…

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Do You Manage Your Own Server Room? 3 Tips For Preventing Downtime By Keeping It Cool

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Do you own a small business? Does your business have a dedicated server room, and do you manage that server room yourself despite having a limited amount of tech-related knowledge? If so, here are three tips to prevent downtime by keeping your server room cool. 1. Don’t Rely On Central Air Conditioning It is recommended that you keep the temperature of your server room between 64 and 81 degrees Fahrenheit. No problem, right?…

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5 Ways To Take Care Of Your Commercial Refrigerator

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When you operate a restaurant or convenience store, a properly working refrigerator is critical to your success. Rather than ignoring your refrigerator until something goes wrong, it’s a good idea to perform regular maintenance on it. As a business owner, you want to do everything you can to avoid spoiled food, closing to repair a broken fridge, or the expense of replacing your refrigerator altogether. Just follow these five tips for taking care of your refrigerator:…

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Winter A/C Care Can Prevent Summer Blues

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Winter might be a time when your climate control concerns are all about heating your home, but it should also be one for preparing your air conditioning for the summer ahead. After all, the last thing you want is to wait until summer to discover your A/C could have used some well-needed attention. Since you’re not using your A/C system right now, you have the perfect opportunity to get it ready to tackle the upcoming summer heat.…

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