Etch Your Windows To Keep Out The Heat This Summer

Posted on: 23 December 2014

If you are searching for a way to cut your cooling bills during summer, you should learn more about applying a treatment to your windows. Window films do a great job at rejecting solar radiation that heats the interior of your home, but not everyone likes the reduced lighting that also comes along with many films. However, if you are searching for a way to reduce the amount of heat coming into your home, yet you would like to maintain a brightly-lit interior, consider etching your windows. [Read More]

3 Airflow Issues That Reduce Your Gas Furnace's Efficiency

Posted on: 22 December 2014

You expect your gas furnace to keep your home warm every winter. However, since you haven't taken time to properly maintain your furnace over the past few years, it just doesn't seem to operate as efficiently as it once did. As a result, you have to leave your furnace active for hours at a time before your home becomes warm and comfortable—which is a sure sign of an airflow problem. Instead of continuing to use your inefficient furnace, inspect it for these problems and perform or arrange for the necessary repairs. [Read More]

4 Tips For Preventing Thieves From Breaking Into Your Garage

Posted on: 18 December 2014

Approximately 9% of burglaries occur by criminals breaking in through garages. In many cases, criminals were easily able to enter garages to gain access inside the homes, but there are ways to prevent this. If you do not have a home security system, but want to protect your home, you may want to start by following these tips relating to your garage door. Get a Garage Door Opener If you do not already have a motorized garage door opener, you should hire a garage door repair company to install one for you. [Read More]

2 Do-It-Yourself Methods For Unclogging A Plugged Toilet

Posted on: 17 December 2014

Having a toilet is a necessity, but because toilets get so much use, they are prone to clogs. You can avoid many types of clogs by using caution with what you place inside the fixture, but this will not stop every clog from happening. If you experience problems with your toilet and want to try to fix the problem yourself, you could try one of these do-it-yourself methods. Each is simple to use, and neither method requires a plunger. [Read More]