How to Troubleshoot Whole House Fans

If you have a whole house fan, you notice when it isn't working. A whole house fan is an energy-efficient way to cool the house when the weather and the humidity is low. It cools the home by pulling hot air out of the attic. You should be able to troubleshoot whole house fans yourself by following these steps. Check Connections To troubleshoot whole house fans, gather a screwdriver, a voltmeter, table lamp, lubricant (optional), and an extension cord. Read More 

3 Useful Tools To Use When Fabricating Pipe

Pipe fabrication is an important process for many industries. It can also be challenging if you're not working with the right equipment. To simplify this process and help you fabricate pipe more effectively, you can invest in the following tools. Pipe Stands When working with pipe, it's important that it stays in place. Otherwise, you may cut the wrong section or the pipe could fall down and significantly injure your lower body. Read More 

Need To Heat Your Home? Know About These 3 Energy Efficient Options

Your energy bills will go up in the winter when you need to heat your house, but they do not have to skyrocket. Your aging furnace may not be the best option to stay warm and save money. Thankfully, there are many heating options out there that are energy efficient. Here are three options to pick from. High-Efficiency Furnace Heat You can keep your HVAC system similar to what is currently is by ditching that aging furnace for an energy efficient model. Read More 

Checks To Perform Before Running The Furnace

If your furnace has been out of use for some time, you should not just switch it on the first time you want to use it. Here are some of the pre-heating checks you need to perform first: Ensure the Area around the Furnace Is Clear There are two main reasons you should ensure the area around the furnace is clear before switching it on. First, you need good air circulation around the furnace for it to run officially, and having obstructions around it will interfere with airflow. Read More 

Maintaining Your Boiler’s Heating Oil Levels

Does it feel like your heater isn't as productive as it used to be? If so, this could be causing your utility bills to spike. It is natural for a central heating system to become a little less efficient overtime. However, there are a lot of things you can do to minimize this loss of efficiency. There could be a few simple problems, like with the heating oil, that can cause your system to become less efficient. Read More