Get step by step instructions on how to de-ice an air conditioner and what to do after you air conditioner is de-iced to ensure it doesn't happen again!
Air Conditioning Energy Saving Tips
Keeping your home or office cool during the hot months of the year can go a long way toward having happier and healthier occupants. But it can also be a huge expense, both to your pocketbook and to…
The Top 5 Household Appliance Repair Warning Signs
The Top 5 Household Appliance Repair Warning Signs. Time to call Home-Tech. Dishwasher repair, washer repair, refrigerator repair. Call now
10 top DIY no-nos found by electrical inspectors
Electrical inspectors cringe at DIY electricians, and most municipalities urge that wiring be done by professionals. But if you do it yourself, beware of these 10 common problems.
Electrical Costs State-by-State
Electrical costs varies state-by-state. Although some of this is due to variances in consumption, the actual cost of electricity varies quite a bit.
Why is my air conditioner not blowing cool air?
When your air conditioner stops blowing cool air into your home there are several possible reasons why. Some of these you can check and control, but for others you'll need to call a professional.
Central Air Conditioning Buying Guide
Shopping for a central air conditioning system? Read about types, features, and other must-know topics in our central air conditioning buying guide to make an informed choice.
How to Clean an Air Conditioner
Keeping your air conditioner clean will prevent expensive repairs and increase the efficiency and reliability of your unit. While you may want to leave some air conditioner cleaning to the professionals, you can use the tips in this...
How to Zone a Forced-Air Furnace and Air Conditioner
Ask This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey shows how to divide a home's heating and air-conditioning system into different zones
Buying appliances? Follow these 5 tips
Who wouldn’t want a bigger refrigerator, a quieter dishwasher or a new gas stove? But before you indulge in some retail therapy, check out what appliance experts say you should consider when buying new appliances. Ask about fees When comparing prices, be sure to ask questions regarding delivery and installation fees. “Many stores don’t include the required hook-up parts with your purchase,” says Rick Ritt, builder sales specialist with Snow Brothers Appliance in Cleveland. Make