All in the Family: 3 Steps to Designing an In-Law Suite in Your Home

Posted on: 23 January 2017
If you're trying to care for an aging parent while having to run your own life at the same, you know how hard it can be to find solutions that work for everyone. One housing answer that more and more families are taking advantage of is combining households by bringing parents into the younger family's home. A so-called "mother-in-law suite" can be the perfect way to do this while still maintaining privacy for everyone.
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3 DIY AC Repair Tips

Posted on: 5 January 2017
Having an air conditioning unit that is functioning properly is critical when it comes to maintaining a comfortable temperature inside your home during the warm summer months. If you find that your home's interior is warmer than usual, your AC unit may be malfunctioning. Here are three simple things that you can do yourself to help remedy the problem before contacting an HVAC specialist for assistance. 1. Check to ensure your AC unit has power.
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Help Your HVAC Technicians - Three Steps For Easy System Maintenance

Posted on: 12 December 2016
If you don't know the first thing about HVAC systems and how to keep them in good condition, read on to discover some of the options for easy maintenance that can help your furnace or other system last longer. You don't have to go to school for heating and cooling systems to understand some of the finer points of HVAC system maintenance. In a lot of cases it's as easy as doing recommended maintenance over time and making sure that systems are set up the way that they're supposed to be.
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Pros And Cons Of Radiant Ceiling Panels For Heating Your Home Or Office

Posted on: 13 October 2016
Radiant ceiling panels provide a type of heat that feels natural like sunlight. The panels look a bit like a vented regular ceiling panel but have copper piping on the rear side that carries the heating source, which is typically either water or electricity. Radiant heating panels have positives and negatives that can determine whether they are the right heating choice for your office or home. You should always discuss your options in further detail with an HVAC contractor in your area, such as Action Appliance Services.
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