AC Keeps Shutting Off Without Reaching The Right Temperature? Clean The Drainage Line On Your Evaporator Coil

Posted on: 15 June 2016

If your air conditioning system keeps turning off without reaching the temperature set by your thermostat, check and clean the drainage, condensate, line attached to the evaporator coil. The line is designed to empty excess water from the condensate pan to keep the system running smoothly. But sometimes, the condensate line clogs up with debris and fails to work properly. In this case, the sensory device, or float switch, inside the line shuts down the cooling system until some of the water drains out of the pan, then it switches the system back on.
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Three Answers To Questions About Tankless Water Heaters

Posted on: 14 June 2016

The type of water heater that is in your home is among the most important appliances that you own. However, there will eventually come a time when it will be necessary to replace the water heater with an upgraded model. When this is the case, you may want to consider opting for a tankless water heater. However, those that have limited experience with these water heaters may benefit from having a few questions answered so they can better evaluate this option.
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Fruit Flies Coming Out Of Your Sink? 3 Methods For Getting Rid Of Them

Posted on: 13 June 2016

Fruit flies can be incredibly annoying to have in your home, with them seeming to appear out of nowhere. You can try all the usual tricks, such as putting away vegetables and fruits on your countertops or using traps, but that may not do the trick of removing them for good. Chances are that you have overlooked your kitchen's sink. That food waste that is stuck in the pipe or garbage disposal could be the source of the fruit flies.
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Why Your Central A/C Unit Leaks Water And What You Can Do To Stop It

Posted on: 13 June 2016

You know your plumbing could spring a leak, but did you know that your central A/C system could also leak water, too? Not only can it be a bit annoying to clean up, but it can also cause other issues with your A/C system, including mold growth. The following explains why your A/C unit might spring a leak and the things you can do to stop it from happening. How A/C Water Leaks Happen
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