Archive for June, 2014

    Tips to Keep Your Heating and Air Conditioning Units Efficient, High Quality and Safe

    Written by Dave on . Posted in Heating air conditioning, Hvac chattanooga, Reliable heating and air

    Heat and air chattanooga tn

    Your heating and air conditioning services are vitally important in keeping the comfort of your family at a reasonable level. In order to ensure that you have the best and cheapest heating and air system that you can possibly have, here are some tips to follow.

    First, make sure your heating and air conditioning units are as efficient as they can possibly be. Switching to a high efficiency air conditioner can reduce your energy costs by as much as 20 to 50% per year. I do not know about you, but for me that would mean a $50 per month savings during the summer months.

    Second, there are easy ways to keep your heating and air units well maintained that do not involve calling a repair man. Every two months, change the filters for your heating and air conditioning systems. This will keep dust and all

    Air Conditioner Repair Tips

    Written by Dave on . Posted in Ac repair, Ac service, Home air conditioner repair

    Heating and ac repair

    Some air conditioner repair tips include changing your filter regularly and performing regular maintenance on your air conditioner. The first central heating system actually dates back to ancient Rome. The air was heated by furnaces and then conducted through empty spaces under the floors and out of pipes in the walls. This system was known as a hypocaust. Modern central heat owes a great deal not only to Rome but to the radiator. The radiator was invented in the 1850s. Air conditioner repair tips can help you decide when it is time to have your machine looked at.

    During the Depression the first window-unit air conditioner was introduced in 1932. These units were very expensive so it was decades before they were affordable enough for the average person. The

    Things That Could Be Causing Water Damage in Your Basement

    Written by Dave on . Posted in Avoid structural failure, Hardscape erosion, Interior basement waterproofing

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    If you have a basement, you probably either use it for extra storage (it’s like a Christmas wonderland all year round!) or you have it finished off to use as an extension of your house. Either way, there are some pretty important things down there and the worst feeling in the world is clomping down the stairs and stepping into a pool of water.

    Even for an unfinished basement, the average cost to fix basement water damage in the U.S. ranges from $3,000-$5,000. At that price, basement waterproofing is more of a necessity than anything else. Sometimes you can fix basement flooding yourself and sometimes you need to call in an expert; but until you know what’s causing the flooding, this