Plumbing issues can be a big problem, especially when they affect something you use every day like your toilet. If you are having toilet flush problems, it is important to determine the source of the problem. This article will help you to identify the problem, figure out how to solve it and get that toilet flushing once again.
Central AC is a game changer when it comes to beating the summer heat. Walking into your home on a hot day and having cold air hit your face is an awesome feeling. Not only do these systems circulate that wonderful cool air throughout your entire home, they also can improve your indoor air quality with high-quality filters, are quiet, and are extremely easy to use.
Now, this all sounds great but what you really want to know is how much it costs to install central AC in your home. Below we have outlined some of the factors that affect how much a central AC will cost.
Are you continually waking up with a scratchy throat, stuffy nose and puffy eyes? The air quality inside your house might be to blame.
If your home's indoor air quality is less than ideal, it can have dangerous short-term and long-term effects on your health. Poor indoor air quality is typically a combination of environmental, hygienic and climate-related causes. Fortunately, improving your home's air quality is affordable and straightforward when you understand the reasons for poor indoor air quality.
Summer is the perfect time for backyard barbecues, going for a swim at the pool, or taking a weekend getaway to the lake. When your air conditioner is running at 100 percent, summer is a breeze. If your AC isn't performing its best, the summer heat can quickly turn into your worst enemy.
What's the key to keeping your AC up and running? First, you need to know how the system works. With some basic AC know how, you can better understand what your AC needs to have a long, efficient life.
When people think of air quality, they usually think of the air outdoors but the air inside can also become very polluted - especially during the warmer months. Things like dust and allergens, mold, chemicals used in conventional cleaners, and more can compromise indoor air quality. Luckily, there are steps you can take to improve indoor air quality in your home this summer!
A cool, comfortable home can feel magical on a hot summer day. With a few taps of the thermostat, you can go from sweating to sleeping comfortably. While it may seem like magic, what’s happening in that big metal AC box outside is science.
Air conditioners rely on a refrigerant, in many cases, freon, to help cool the air circulating through your house. More often than not, when your AC breaks down and stops blowing cold air, a refrigerant leak is to blame.
Do you know how to tell if you have a freon leak? Refrigerant leaks can not only be harmful to the environment, but dangerously harmful for your health too. If you live in a house with AC, it's important for you to be able to identify a refrigerant leak and know what to do if your AC is leaking.
When the weather starts to warm up, you want to be sure you can count on your air conditioner to do its job before it gets too hot. If you're prepared, you can make sure you're ready for the summer heat before the temps start climbing.
In this blog, we'll outline the DIY air conditioner tasks that you can perform to get your system ready for summer. Of course, if you'd rather be enjoying the warm spring days instead of tinkering with your A/C unit give Althoff a call, and we can handle all your system's annual A/C maintenance tasks for you.
Do you live in an older home? Do you have a circuit breaker that's always tripping, or even scarier, outlets with scorch marks? If you do, it is probably time for an electrical upgrade. Even if you don’t have either of those issues, maybe you're considering refinishing a basement.
No matter what your reason for considering an electrical upgrade is, there are a slew of benefits that come with choosing to upgrade your current system.
Are you in the market for a new HVAC system for your home? If you're shopping for a new air conditioning system, you've probably had a bunch of numbers thrown at you: price, tons, voltage, or, what we will focus on today, SEER rating.
A SEER rating is used to measure the efficiency of your cooling system. Do you know what SEER rating system you need for your home? Do you know what to look for when shopping for air conditioners and reviewing SEER ratings? Do you know why SEER ratings matter?
Are you ready to start the process of replacing your rooftop HVAC unit? If you answered yes, you may be waiting until spring because you’ve been told no HVAC work can be performed until the outside temperature reaches a certain point. While that’s true, the process of getting an estimate, looking at your budget, choosing the right equipment and getting it installed can take months. This means that if you wait until early May to start contacting commercial HVAC contractors for estimates, you may not receive your new unit until the end of summer.