Tips To Help Keep You And Your Home Cool During A Heat Wave Without AC

7 June 2016
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If you don't have home air conditioning or your air conditioner is not working, you don't have to suffer in the heat. Here are three tips to help you keep your home and yourself cooler. Use Interior Fans Efficiently Fans inside your home can help keep the temperature cool and help you stay comfortable, despite hot outside temperatures. If you have ceiling fans, or portable fans, turning these on can move the air around and help you feel cooler. Read More 

Heating Bills Leaving You Speechless? Check Beneath Your Bathroom And Kitchen Sinks For Air Leaks

9 February 2016
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If your winter heating bills seem higher than usual this year, and there's nothing wrong with your furnace, check your bathroom and kitchen sinks for hidden air leaks. A home that isn't properly sealed and protected against cold drafts and heat loss won't stay warm in the winter. Even seemingly harmless openings in the home, such as cable line outlets, electrical sockets and even the damaged wood around your plumbing pipes, can make rooms in the home feel cold and drafty. Read More 

Winterizing Your AC: What You Shouldn’t And Should Do This Year

21 December 2015
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If you plan to winterize your outdoor AC unit this year, you may decide to cover the unit with a tarp to protect it from snow and ice. However, that may not be a good idea. Mice and rats can crawl inside the covered AC to escape the cold weather and chew up the wiring attached to the run capacitor and compressor. The best way to protect your AC over winter is to check the run capacitor and condenser coil for damage. Read More 

What Should You Know About Opening A Food Truck?

12 November 2015
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If you've spent years as a chef or baker dreaming of kissing the rat race goodbye and going into business for yourself, you may see the rise of food truck culture as your opportunity of a lifetime. Indeed, the cost of purchasing and outfitting a food truck that can generate hundreds of dollars in profit each lunch hour can be as low as $70,000 to $80,000, while opening a physical storefront could cost $100,000 to $300,000 with no notable increase in your profit margin. Read More 

Landlords: Complete This Checklist Before Having That New Air Conditioning System Installed

21 July 2015
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If you've decided to have a new air conditioning replacement system installed in your apartment building, you want to make sure the process goes as smoothly as possible for your tenants and your business. Completing this checklist before installation day arrives will ensure everyone gets the most out of the new air conditioning system and has a pleasant experience. 1. Give your tenants plenty of notice about the upcoming work. Read More