Weighing The Pros And Cons Of Tankless Water Heaters
6 November 2015
Many people evaluate their old home appliances after a few years to determine if they should get an upgrade. In some cases, this just means buying a new model of the same type of appliance. But new technologies make it possible to switch to better and more efficient appliances that serve the same purpose, but in a different way. One such appliance is a tankless water heater. As opposed to traditional tank heaters, these modern alternatives are popping up in households across the country.
The Advantages Of Using A Gas Powered Clothes Dryer
3 November 2015
Clothes dryers are one of the most commonly used appliances in the home today. Whether they are powered by gas or electricity, a dryer is a must for getting your laundry dry in a relatively short period of time. In recent years, many people have chosen to use gas-powered dryers for drying their clothes. These types of dryers have several different benefits that make them an ideal way to get your clothes soft and dry.
Why A Gas Furnace Pilot Won't Stay Ignited
30 October 2015
A functional gas furnace should have a pilot that remains ignited until you turn the central heating system off. If the flame in your pilot is experiencing problems with going out on a consistent basis, you may need to hire a contractor to inspect and repair it for you. Find out below what you should know about a malfunctioning gas furnace and purchasing a new one.
Why Does the Pilot to the Gas Furnace Keep Going Out?
Winterizing Your Vacation Home's AC System
16 October 2015
Spending your summers in a second home offers a number of benefits, but it also carries with it some additional chores that you'll need to take care of at the end of the season. Among these is making sure your AC system can endure the off-season and be ready for your eventual return next year, both to save on utility costs and to protect the system from winter damage. What you do before you lock up for the fall can have a huge impact when you get back.