Monday, 29 June 2015
Summer is upon everyone once more, bringing not only warmer weather, but also the urge to stay indoors and seek the comfort of their home’s air conditioning units. Your home’s air conditioners are definitely going to be used a lot these coming months, and lest you want to be stunned by a huge energy bill, now is the time to prepare your AC for the impending heavy use. In doing your routine air conditioner maintenance, Winnipeg air conditioner experts remind you to check on these things that you might have forgotten to do. Is the area around your AC sealed? Ensuring that the area being cooled down by your air conditioning unit is sealed from any cracks or gaps is key to keeping the room cool during hot summer days. Gaps like the one found between sliding windows should be blocked out to avoid cool air from escaping, and though accordion flaps that come with most air conditioners nowadays might seem like a good fix, oftentimes they won’t fit right.
Saturday, 27 June 2015
With summer only a few short weeks away, your attention is probably on making sure if your AC unit is running properly. After all, you’ll be spending far more time trying to keep cool than warm. What most people do not understand, however, is that summer presents a few opportunities for those who need a new heating system. Since winter is still more than a few months away, now is the perfect time to purchase a replacement boiler as many vendors are willing to provide an offseason discount to customers. The question now, however, is whether or not you require a new boiler.
Friday, 26 June 2015
When was the last time you thought about the current state of your drains? Many homeowners do not take the time to think about their drains, at least not until a clog develops. This is a scenario you would probably like to avoid as backups dump a large amount of sewage back into your home. Not only will raw sewage cause massive property damage, but it also exposes you and your family to numerous health risks. According to experienced Winnipeg plumbers, there are many ways you can help prevent a clog from forming inside your drains. Fortunately, keeping your drain clear of clog-forming debris isn’t a very difficult task.