Is your town house much hotter upstairs than downstairs? Here are several reasons why

There are many different benefits of owning a town house. They're often larger and have more room to move about. You also get to enjoy more privacy and beautiful views from upstairs windows. However, the summer season can be challenging for town home owners. You may find that the upstairs space is much hotter than downstairs, causing you to rack up high cooling costs. In addition to the obvious reason that warm air rises and warms up your second floor much more than downstairs, there are other contributing factors to this problem. Read More 

3 Huge Things You May Not Know Are Broken In Your House

Being a home owner comes with a lot of responsibility and, as any of them will lament to you, the almost constant need to fix things that are broken around the property. Most of these repairs are small and you notice the problem straight away. What many people might not know is that sometimes you could have a huge problem lurking right under your nose and not even know it. Here are 3 huge things that could be wrong in your house without you realising. Read More 

3 Steps to Take Before Calling HVAC Refrigeration Repair

If you own a business that uses a refrigeration unit, then you may already know how easily that unit can breakdown. If it does breakdown you could be facing severe loss of work hours and income. This is especially true in restaurants and catering business. Before you call an HVAC refrigeration repair technician, consider these three troubleshooting steps. These steps can save you time and possibly get your refrigeration unit working again quickly to prevent significant time and financial loss. Read More 

Discharge Systems You Can Use With Evaporative Air Conditioners

Evaporative air conditioners are nature at its best. Have you ever noticed that you feel cooler when sitting by an ocean or sea? Well, this is because warm air blowing across the face of the water initiates evaporation and loss of heat in the process. By the time the air gets to you on that sandy beach, its temperature is lower and you can feel the cooling effect. This is the working concept of an evaporative air conditioning system, which comes with a pump, fan, and cooling pad. Read More 

DIY Air Conditioning Repair When Your Unit is Not Cooling Air

It is in the heat of summer, your air conditioner starts malfunctioning and fails to cool the air.  It could be very exasperating as the discomfort in your home from the high temperatures makes doing anything difficult.  The ideal solution in such a situation is to call an air conditioning repair technician.  However, you could troubleshoot the situation yourself before you call the HVAC technician.  Be careful to turn the power supply off before you start touching any part of the air conditioner, though. Read More