Refreshing your bathroom with a remodel project is a great way to add value and update your home. However, the costs can seem too high, and may hold you back from tackling such a project. Here are some bathroom remodeling … Continue reading →
How often you should clean your toilet — and the right way to do it
Whether you call it "the can" or "the commode," a toilet by any name can stink. Here are some tips for tackling the porcelain throne.
10 Tips for Hiring a Heating and Cooling Contractor
Discover the top 10 things to check out before you put your money on the table. Get a free download about Hiring a Heating and Cooling Contractor
How to Finance a Manufactured Home
Chattel mortgages, FHA loans and conventional loans are a few options you should consider.
What propane supplier is best for you?
We can help you make the right decision. From grills to powering up appliances or heating your home, no matter how you use propane in your home, you deserve a supplier that provides reliable service and the best value for you and your particular needs. That’s why it’s important to evaluate the prices and reliability... Read more »
Top 50 Distributors: Growth Continues
Last year, 91 percent of the Top 50 HVACR distributors projected increased sales for 2014, averaging growth of 9.1 percent.
Aire Serv: How Do Heating and Air Conditioning Systems work?
Have you ever wondered how your air conditioner and heater work? In this "How it Works" video by Aire Serv, learn how the various parts of the air conditioni...
Duct-Sealing Materials: Why You Should Never Use Duct Tape For Sealing Ducts
Who can blame the average homeowner for being a bit confused about duct tape? After all, people use it to patch together appliances, doors and even their c
5 HVAC Repair Tips for Improving Indoor Air Quality
When most people hear the term “pollution,” they think of the outdoor environment first – such as the atmosphere and oceans. But the inside of your home can also be
This is What a Massive 500 Gallon Propane Tank Explosion Looks Like
If there's one thing that you want to avoid with anything that's propane powered from your grill to your heater, It would most obviously be a situation that would put the propane tank in danger of building up enough pressure to explode and send shrapnel flying everywhere. While these tanks are fitted with safety...