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Placement Tips for an Indoor AC Unit

You must choose the best place for your indoor AC unit to enjoy efficient and safe cooling. If you're looking for an ideal spot for your unit, these qualifications will help you narrow down your options. It Should Be at a Reasonable Height Install the unit at a height where it won't block or get blocked by other things, but it also does its job of cooling the room. If you locate the unit too close to the floor, it can easily get blocked or inconvenience your use of the room.

When Your Air Conditioner Sounds Like An Angry Pig

You're sitting inside your comfortable home, when you hear a high-pitched squealing that reminds you of the sound an angry pig makes. You look outside, wondering who let a pig loose in your yard — but what you find is that the sound is actually coming from your air conditioner! What could be making your air conditioner sound like an angry pig? There are actually a few possibilities. Torn Belt

Undoing The Damage That Supplemental Kerosene Heat Has Done To Your Home

Winter is finally coming to an end, so it's time to undo all of the damage that the season has done to your home. If you've been using a kerosene heater or two to supplement your furnace, you're going to have quite a bit of wiping and washing to do. Here, you'll find a few tips that'll help you wash away the film that's coating everything in your home and advice to help you eliminate the need for that kerosene heater next year.

Four Signs You Should Replace Your Furnace

Your furnace is one of the most important appliances in your home, and is the only thing that keeps your home livable during the winter months. Like all appliances, your furnace will begin to deteriorate over time, which can cause a number of complications for your property. Being conscious of some of the symptoms associated with an old and worn-out furnace can help make it easier for you to identify when you should begin thinking about replacement.

Tips To Staying Warm Without Bumping Up The Thermostat

When you're sitting around the house relaxing, you want to be comfortable—winter doesn't always make it easy. As you enjoy your time at home, you shouldn't have to deal with cold fingers, toes and a running nose—your home should be warm and comfortable. If you're having troubles staying warm this winter, there's a few things that you can do. Here, you'll find a few tips to help you warm up without sending your utility bills to the moon.