How To Adjust Your Home's Airflow

Posted on: 17 February 2015

If you find that when you turn on your air conditioner, you don't feel much air coming through the vents, you probably need to adjust the airflow. Even if the AC unit itself is working and the thermostat is set to the right temperature, you still might not feel as cold as you want to. This is because you need that airflow coming through the vents. Here are some tips for adjusting your home's airflow. [Read More]

Why Vinyl Windows Are Better than Wooden Windows

Posted on: 11 February 2015

There are many great window material options to choose from. Perhaps the two most popular window options are vinyl and wood. The two options are worlds apart in terms of style and functionality. While wood is a traditional choice that is consider more stylish, vinyl is definitely more practical and low maintenance. This article will explain a few reasons why you should choose vinyl instead of wooden windows. The main draw of vinyl window products is that they are so easy to maintain. [Read More]

How To Make Your Own Cleaning Solution For Your Carpet Steam Cleaner

Posted on: 6 February 2015

You may have a carpet steam cleaner sitting in a closet that you hardly use. Purchasing the special cleaning solution that has to be used with the machine can be expensive, and who wants to run out to buy it every time you want to use the steam cleaner? What if you had the ingredients to make your own cleaning solution already in your very own pantry? See below for instructions on how to make your own cleaning solution for your carpet steam cleaner. [Read More]

Debunking 3 Common Home Heating Myths

Posted on: 2 February 2015

If you're a homeowner, there's a good chance you'll have to have professional heating repair performed at some point in your life-- or perhaps you already have. Either way, heating repairs can be quite expensive, depending on the specific part that needs to be serviced or replaced. By being aware of the truth behind a few of the most common heating myths, however, you can prolong the life of your home's heating system and save yourself some money over time. [Read More]