When it comes to your HVAC system, the ducts are something often overlooked, but one of the most important elements. If your ducts are dirty or blocked, your air conditioning and heater aren't going to work properly. This not only leads to a higher energy bill and AC or heater that works extra hard, but the air being distributed into your home is not as clean. Here is what you need to know about cleaning your ducts and how to do so. [Read More]
Reasons To Schedule Precipitator Maintenance For Your Commercial Kitchen
Are you thinking of opening a commercial kitchen? Are you creating a roster of tasks and planning your building's upkeep? Here are some reasons that precipitator maintenance should be an essential part of your business agenda: Review of safety practices: Because a precipitator runs on high voltage electricity, consulting with a professional will provide you with information so that you and your staff know the right methods of dealing with the precipitator. For example, they can inform you whether or not it is safe to use industrial spray cleaners on the exterior casing, how and when it should be turned off, and what to do in case of kitchen fires. [Read More]
Why You Should Consider Rewiring Your Older Home
If you live in an older home that you know hasn't had the electrical wiring updated in a while, then you should probably consider rewiring it or just getting an inspection at least. Even if you do not notice any problems, there could still be safety issues present that you are completely unaware of. Here are the reasons to consider rewiring your electrical system: Old Wires are a Safety Issue: Any faulty wires in the home can cause a residential fire and can go completely unnoticed until the moment your home burns down. [Read More]
Drip, Sprinkle Or Soak: Which Irrigation System Is Best For You?
Purchasing an irrigation system for your home garden may have you a bit confused. Depending on your needs, you may choose to have different systems around your property. Here are some systems and their differences: Drip Systems Drip systems are efficient and help conserve water by applying it only to places where needed. Water is applied to the plants roots, so none is wasted. Fairly simple to install, most people can put their own drip system in if they want. [Read More]