Tips For Avoiding Complications With Your Generator

The proliferation of electronics has made modern life far more convenient and entertaining, but it has made most people extremely reliant on having access to a steady supply of electricity. Sadly, there can be times when the power grid fails, and this can cause you to lose power for a prolonged period of time. If you are running a business, this can spell disaster for your revenue, and those at home may experience significant discomfort until the power is restored. [Read More]

Three Signs That Your Bent Exterior Air Conditioning Vent Needs To Be Looked At By A Technician

Every once in a while, it's important to examine your exterior air conditioning unit for any bumps, scratches, and broken parts. While a bent air conditioning vent isn't always fatal to your unit, it could enable much more serious damage in the future if you don't address it. So if you find that your exterior air conditioning unit has a bent vent, watch out for these three signs that it should be looked at by a technician. [Read More]

How To Make Your Own Trash Can Air Conditioner

If your air conditioning has gone out and it's going to be a while before you can get an HVAC technician to come out to repair your system, then you want to find a quick way to keep the house cool in the meantime. You can make an air conditioner that will do a great job of keeping a small to medium sized room cool. Follow the instructions below to make your own air conditioner. [Read More]

First Time Renter: 5 Easy Ways To Reduce Your Air Conditioning Bill This Summer

It is easy to run up an extremely expensive electric bill in the summer, especially if the area you live in gets really hot and you depend on your air conditioning system to stay cool. If you are renting your first apartment and are in charge of keeping the house cool and the electric bill low this summer, you'll want to try out these easy and classic tricks for keeping your house cool in the summertime. [Read More]