Many people prefer using natural gas to heat their home, rather than electricity. Homeowners who use gas typically have lower energy bills. Consumer Affairs writes that a home that runs exclusively on gas can save as much as 30% in utility costs. Unfortunately, due to location, natural gas isn't always available. In these situations, propane is a fantastic alternative. Here are four reasons you should convert your home into a house that runs on propane. [Read More]
Points To Keep In Mind When Preparing For An HVAC Replacement Appointment
Are you planning to upgrade your residential HVAC? If, so it is imperative that you know what to expect when the installation occurs. Thankfully, the contractor who performs the system installation will tend to important factors such as selecting the correct-sized system. However, many people are surprised on the day of their installation when they take note of the procedure and other things that are related to the installation. The following points will aid in ensuring that you are prepared and have peace of mind on the day of your install. [Read More]
Common Appliance Issues For Restaurants
A restaurant will need a number of different, highly specialized pieces of equipment if it is to be able to effectively serve high-quality dishes to its customers. This can leave the restaurant exposed to a greater risk of experiencing major performance problems when some of this specialized equipment fails. Range Or Grill Performance Problems The grill or range of the restaurant will be one of the most important pieces of equipment in the establishment, as most of the dishes that are prepared will need to have at least some of the ingredients prepared on the grill or range. [Read More]
What Should You Do If Your Air Conditioner Is Squealing And Screaming?
Screaming and squealing are not usually good signs, especially when they come from the air conditioner. Some homeowners assume these noises are not truly a big deal if their air conditioner is still blowing cold air or if the squealing sounds only last for a few minutes each cycle. But, in fact, ignoring the squealing could lead to a completely non-operational AC unit before long. Here's a look at what's probably going on and what you should do during this situation. [Read More]