Air Conditioner Troubleshooting: Common Causes Of Restricted Airflow

Posted on: 7 November 2016

An air conditioner needs adequate airflow in order to function efficiently. This is because, when there is a short supply of air into the system, the balance between the rate at which the refrigerant absorbs heat and the rate at which warm air is supplied to the evaporator coil will be disrupted. The abnormally low temperatures that result from this then cause evaporator coil icing, something that eventually causes a marked decrease in the air conditioner's performance.
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Preparing Your Roof for Winter

Posted on: 24 October 2016

Typically, the colder months are especially hard on your roof and can cause serious damage that leads to costly repairs. Accumulated snow and ice dams can cause damage to your shingles, result in leaks, and even weaken the structural integrity of your roof. Luckily, there are some preventative steps you can take to prepare your roof for the chilly weather and reduce the damage sustained during winter. Read on to learn what you can do to winterize your roof and hopefully prolong its lifespan.
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Why A Vinyl Window Frame Is A Great Choice

Posted on: 5 October 2016

Are your home's windows having issues with closing and opening, or are they very old and not looking attractive anymore? You may be looking to replace them with new windows. The biggest decision you'll have when purchasing new windows is what sort of frame material will be used. With so many materials to pick from, know that you can't go wrong with vinyl. Here is some information that will help reassure you that vinyl will be a great choice.
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3 Roof Styles That Work Well With Asphalt Shingles

Posted on: 15 September 2016

Asphalt shingles are a composite roofing material that has become increasingly popular for a variety of reasons. The shingles come with low prices for both material and installation due to the ease of the install. Asphalt also comes in a variety of colors and textures to replicate the look of other roofing materials in a durable, low-cost alternative. Choosing the best roofing material for your home often comes down to the shape of the roof.
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