Are you currently getting your home ready for spring and summer? After spending most of the winter inside, are you ready to go out and enjoy your yard? If you're considering a landscaping project, here are some situations where you should consider calling a plumber first:
Lawn sprinkler system: If you're tired of lugging a heavy and dirty hose around your yard all summer long, you may already be considering putting in an automatic sprinkler system.
With summer near, it is time to start preparing your AC system even though you may not be thinking about it. Doing some of the maintenance that your AC needs now, can help to reduce problems with your air conditioning not working during the hottest days of the year. Some of the maintenance that needs to be done can be simple things like changing the filter; you may also want to have the compressor checked and coolant added to your AC.
If you've been shopping for a new heating system recently, you likely have considered the relatively-new heat pump systems. Unlike a traditional furnace, a heat pump transfers warm air from under the ground around your house to the interior of your home to heat your living spaces. A heat pump acts as both a heating and cooling system, transferring cooler underground air in the warmer months.
Because it's moving air rather than heating or cooling it, a heat pump uses much less energy than a traditional heating or cooling system.
A home can become uncomfortably hot when your AC is broken at the peak of summer. Thankfully, there are ways to quickly cool down your home when that happens. Follow these tips, and you'll be able to make your home more bearable until you have your AC serviced and repaired.
Use Cross Breezes When Possible
The best time to use a cross breeze is early in the morning or late in the evening.
If you've been shopping for a new cooling system, you've probably heard of the relatively new heat pump systems. Unlike central air systems, heat pumps work by transferring the cool air from under the ground outside your home to your living spaces. Heat pumps offer several advantages, but they aren't necessarily the right choice for every homeowner.
Advantages to investing in a heat pump
1. Saving money on your electric bill.