What Setting Should Your Air Conditioning's Fan Be Set To?

Posted on: 10 September 2014

Even a very simple, old style thermostat can be difficult to use if you are unsure of what settings to use. Temperature and hot or cold air are relatively straightforward, since they do exactly what you think they do. While the fan settings either have the fan run only when you need it or all the time, it is far less obvious which setting will work best for your home. [Read More]

Walls And Ceilings And Hardwoods Oh My: Set Your Home Apart From The Crowd With These Unique Design Ideas

Posted on: 29 August 2014

Who says that you have to use conventional methods to design the look and feel of your home? Get a little creative and set your home apart from the crowd with the help of these unique design ideas: Play With a Little Paint Painting your home is an obvious way to make things look fresh and new again, but there are some fun ways to use your paint that may result in a unique style you won't find in many (if any! [Read More]

6 Odd Household Items That Will Remove Carpet Stains

Posted on: 28 August 2014

Renting a carpet cleaner or paying hundreds of dollars to have your carpets shampooed isn't something everyone has the time or money for when carpets become discolored or stained. However, you don't have to turn your entire Saturday afternoon into a carpet cleaning session every time someone spills wine or steps on a rogue cheese puff and grinds it into the floor. These six odd household items can be used to quickly and easily remove carpet stains, leaving you with a bright, clean carpet sans shampooing. [Read More]

Put Away The Sweater - Tips For Finding The Problem With Your Faulty Furnace

Posted on: 22 August 2014

When a chill settles in the air inside, your first response is likely to turn up the thermostat. In most cases, this simple action triggers the furnace to produce more heat. However, most household furnaces are complex structures that are just as prone to failure as any other mechanical item. If your furnace isn't responding or doesn't seem to be producing the amount of heat you'd expect, do some troubleshooting on your own before you call an HVAC technician. [Read More]