As you feel the fall chill in the air, thoughts move toward winter and those frigid blasts that turn everything to ice. Among your steps in winterizing should be rolling up outdoor garden hoses and checking outdoor faucets. You need to make sure the faucets are frost proof and free of leaks.
We’ve all heard the ‘pitch’. Sign-up for a maintenance agreement. Save and be certain you’re your heating and air conditioning system is operating efficiently.
You’re cleaning up after a wonderful dinner with guests when you turn on the garbage disposal and nothing. Silence. And you’ve just jammed remains from a 3-course dinner down the drain. It’s terribly inconvenient and a smelly mess! Appliances we depend on wear out.
It’s that annoying dripping sound that keeps you up at night. But, it’s more than an irritant and a nuisance. Leaky faucets and running toilets in our homes waste an enormous amount of water and steal from family budgets each month.
When water builds up around the foundation of your home, the pressure pushes it through floors and walls. To relieve this pressure, your sump pump operates inside a pit dug in the lowest part of your basement where water drains from tiles installed under your foundation. The sump pump redirects water away from the house.
The annual transition from Midwest winters with freezing temperatures to 80˚ days can be hard on your home heating and cooling system. Your heating system worked hard all winter to keep us comfortably warm and now it needs to be readied for cooling.
Learn the warning signs that water heater failure is in your future.
If the heating and air condition system in your home is over 8-years old, it’s probably time to think about a replacement. Even if you’ve properly maintained your system and it appears to be performing, it’s likely costing you.
Follow these tips to save on your energy costs this Holiday Season.
If the heating and air condition system in your home is over 8-years old, it’s probably time to think about a replacement.