3 Easy DIY Furnace Maintenance Tips

Regular furnace maintenance is essential to keep it operating at full capacity. While many homeowners leave furnace maintenance to professionals, there are a few simple maintenance steps that anyone can perform. Here are three easy ways to keep your furnace in good shape for years to come. Check the Furnace Flue The furnace flue is the exhaust pipe that delivers soot, carbon dioxide, and other harmful combustion byproducts out of your home. [Read More]

Quiet Down, Already! A Guide to Common HVAC Noises

The only noises your HVAC system should make are a blowing noise when air comes out of the vents and perhaps a click or two when the heat or AC first turns on. If there are any other loud, unpleasant noises keeping you up at night, you don't want to ignore them! They're usually a sign that something is wrong with your HVAC system, and, if you don't address the problem quickly, it's just going to get worse. [Read More]

Three Pavement Maintenance Tips For Your New Home's Paved Driveway

If you are like many new homeowners, you may not be very familiar with the various types of maintenance that your new property will require. In particular, you may not have any experience with maintaining a paved driveway. Considering the sizable costs of having major repairs done to a driveway, you should keep these simple tips in mind to help your driveway avoid some common sources of problems. Check The Pavement For Signs Of Cracks Every Few Months [Read More]

When Water Is A Problem In Your Basement

Water in your basement can do more than ruin your belongings or cause mold and mildew growth. When water is an ongoing problem in your basement, there are a number of solutions. If every time you have a storm, your basement gets wet, this is a problem. If your foundation is shifting because of soil expansion and poor soil grading on the outside of your home, you will need to have this problem fixed. [Read More]