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How Do Your Interior Doors Affect Your Air Conditioning?

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If you're responsible for paying the electric bill in your home, you probably get pretty upset if someone leaves the front or back porch door open while the air conditioner is running. But did you ever think about how your interior doors might affect how well your air conditioner performs? Here's what you should know. Your Air Conditioner is a Giant Vacuum Your air conditioner is a giant vacuum that pulls in heat.

2 March 2016

4 Tips For Extending The Life Of Your Air Conditioner

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During the hot summer months, you most likely rely on your air conditioner heavily to keep your home cool and comfortable. When it comes to home appliances, replacing the air conditioning unit can be quite expensive, so most homeowners want to keep their air conditioning running properly for as long as possible. If you want to keep your air conditioner running for as many summers as possible, use the following tips:

1 March 2016

3 Ways To Accidentally Harm Your AC

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Your air conditioning, just like any other part of your home, is susceptible to damage. You might think that you take good care of your air conditioning, but there are ways that you can accidentally harm your AC that you don't even realize. See if you are doing any of the following things that will damage your AC. Keeping Your Air Vents Closed In Rooms You Don't Use You might think that a good way to help save energy is to keep the vents closed in the rooms that you don't use in order to force the cold air to flow through the vents in the rooms that you do use.

10 February 2016

3 Tips For Installing A New Sink

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An insufficient number of sinks in the home can be a real cause of frustration. For that reason, many home owners choose to install new sinks themselves--often with less than ideal results. If you're in a remodeling mood and want to add a well-placed sink to your home, read on. This article will introduce three helpful tips to ensure the results are both attractive and functional.  Use a jar to help mark the edges of your new sink hole.

16 December 2015