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5 Tips For Properly Insulating A Walk-In Cooler Room

Building your own walk-in cooler room only takes careful attention to the insulation you add and the corresponding refrigeration equipment installed by the professionals. Handling the insulation part of the task yourself can save you thousands of dollars, but only if you do it correctly to avoid cooling losses due to gaps and drafts. Use these five tips to get the wall, ceiling, and floor insulation you need for a restaurant or farm walk-in cooler. Read More 

4 Tips For Installing A Window Air Conditioner In Your Home

Staying cool during the summer months can be a real challenge for many individuals. The key to making this possible will rest in having some AC unit in your home. You may prefer to have a window unit to help keep your living space beautiful and comfortable throughout the hottest months of the year. However, this can be a difficult task to complete. Being aware of specific tips that can allow your AC window installation to be easier is important to know. Read More 

AC Not Working Properly? 3 Common Reasons Why

A broken air condition is something that no homeowner wants to deal with on a hot summer day. Unfortunately, that's exactly when your home's air conditioning will be more likely to break. You'll be pushing the appliance to its limits trying to get the most use out of it, and you could find yourself with an air conditioner that is out of commission. Here are 3 common reasons why an air conditioner isn't working. Read More 

How To Make Your HVAC Thermostat More Efficient

Your HVAC system's thermostat is the brain of the entire operation, and regulates when both your central heating and air conditioning systems work, as well as how hard they work. Therefore, an improperly programmed or maintained thermostat can cause your entire HVAC system to operate inefficiently, driving up your energy bills while reducing your overall comfort levels in the long run. Thankfully, there are a couple of things that you can do to make your HVAC system's thermostat run the entire heating and cooling network in your home as best as it can. Read More 

Should You Heat Your Cabin With A Pellet Stove?

If you are building a cabin to use as a secondary or vacation home, one of the decisions you'll need to make is how you'll heat it. A traditional fireplace may work if you live in a mild climate or don't plan on visiting in the winter, but many cabin owners are now opting for something a bit more modern: pellet stoves. Pellet stoves are like a cross between a furnace and a wood stove. Read More