Remove A Clog From A Window A/C Unit's Condensate Line

Posted on: 8 August 2015
If water drips out of the interior end of the condensate line that is connected to your air conditioning unit, it is a clear indication that debris is causing blockage inside of the line. Learn how to unclog this vital part with the following steps. Once you have completed the repair, condensation from the unit will be deposited outdoors. Use The Following Items: plastic sheet disposable gloves screwdriver plumbing snake pipe brush bucket of soapy water wet/dry vacuum cleaner bleach Unclog The Inner End Of The Line
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Duct Cleaning Will Improve Indoor Air Quality

Posted on: 7 August 2015
You can pay thousands of dollars going to doctors to find relief for your allergies and/or asthma and paying for the medications and treatments they prescribe. While medical treatment can be invaluable in reigning in the effect that these maladies have on your life, you should not ignore one of the least expensive ways to find allergy relief: improve the air quality in your home. For the most pristine air, you need to have your ducts cleaned from time to time in addition to changing your filter regularly.
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Three Ways To Reduce Your Heating Costs

Posted on: 5 August 2015
Heating a home through the winter can be an expensive proposition. If you want to have more money available to fund your winter adventures, then you should consider taking steps to improve your home's energy efficiency. By developing a strategy for improving the energy efficiency of your home, you should be able to make your heating costs more manageable.   Install Storm Windows The windows of you home are one of the weakest points in your home's insulation envelope.
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Keep Your Cool: How To Unfreeze Air Conditioner Coils

Posted on: 4 August 2015
If your air conditioner isn't cooling correctly, it could be because of frozen coils. Unlike refrigerators and freezers, air conditioners do not have a thaw cycle to eliminate ice accumulation. As soon as you notice the problem, shut off the unit since frozen coils can place strain on the compressor. Here are some tips to repair frozen air conditioner coils. Thaw the Unit Don't be tempted to remove the ice by hand since the fins and coils could easily get bent.
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