Better Wiring for a Technology-Loving Household

Posted on: 16 July 2015

Technology is great, and there's no shortage of consumer electronics to grab for tinkering and general fun. Unfortunately, if your home's electrical layout isn't efficient, you may be dealing with a lot of blackouts and wire burning that can ruin the fun and even lead to dangerous situations. Before plugging up as many devices as you can, consider turning your technology love to your house's electrical grid to keep everything running smoothly. [Read More]

Choosing The Right Type Of Air Conditioner

Posted on: 30 June 2015

If you don't have air conditioning and your house is too hot or you have an old air conditioner that's starting to give out, there's a good chance you've already been thinking about getting a new air conditioner this year. But did you know that there are actually several different types of air conditioners? Here are the most common ones and when it's best to choose them. Portable Air Conditioners [Read More]

Four Things You Will Want to Know about DIY Metal Roofing for Your Home

Posted on: 17 June 2015

If you need to have a new roof installed on your home, doing it yourself with metal roofing can be a fun and rewarding project. Metal roofing is also durable and can last longer than many other roofing materials when installed correctly. Before you start a metal roofing DIY project, you may want to know a few things about metal roofs. Here are some things that you will want to know before you install your own metal roofing. [Read More]

Stuck With Window Air Conditioning Units? How To Operate Them More Efficiently

Posted on: 4 June 2015

Window air conditioning units have a bad rap when it comes to efficiency. Even the newer, more energy-efficient models can suck up a lot of electricity, raising your bills substantially in the summer. They also only cool small areas, meaning that you need many units to cool a large house. If you cannot afford to upgrade to central air this summer, try these three tips to operate your window units more efficiently. [Read More]