Keeping Your Home Comfortable

How To Lessen Vibration Noise In Your Heat Pump's Outside Unit

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Heat pumps are known to produce unusual noise during operation; for example, the reversing valve that causes the unit to transition from heating mode to cooling mode, or vice versa, can make a noticeable sound similar to rushing air. Even while not cooling or heating, a buzzing sound can normally be heard as the unit’s low voltage solenoid idles. However, not all noises are normal and should be addressed. Fortunately, homeowners can easily fix the problem if vibration is the cause of outside unit noise.…

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Quick Temporary And Some More Permanent Fixes For Leaks In Your Pipes

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Problems with pipes are very common, and the amount of damage caused is not always proportional to the difficult of the fix. Knowing what to do when you’ve got water flowing into your home is important in order to prevent damage and save your sanity. Follow these tips to keep dry. A Few Quick Fixes When you encounter a sudden leak, you need to find the water supply for the leaking area and turn it off right away.…

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Baby On The Way? Must-Know Information About Fiberglass Ductwork Lining

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With a baby on the way, you’re probably busy doing all kind of prep work. You’re likely installing cupboard locks, bumper boards, corner cushions, and window safety kits, but have you considered the risks your ductwork might pose to your newborn child? If you’ve got fiberglass-lined ductwork and a baby on the way, you need to take the time to read this article. The Dangers Of Your Ductwork Fiberglass-lined ductwork has long been used as an economical way to insulate the airflow and limit the noise of heating and cooling systems.…

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