2 Sounds You Might Hear Coming From Your Air Conditioner And How To Quiet Them

Posted on: 14 July 2016

When the temperature is very high, the air conditioner inside your house can be a lifesaver. However, if you start to hear strange noises, you might wonder if something is wrong. Here are common sounds and what you might be able to do about them. Knocking Hearing something knocking about inside the air conditioner may cause you to think that some small debris has gotten inside or that some insignificant piece has come loose, particularly if the unit continues to cool the area. [Read More]

Replace A Malfunctioning Gasket Seal On A Freezer Compartment's Door

Posted on: 23 June 2016

The gasket seal on your refrigerator's freezer door is a vital part that will ensure that food remains frozen while it is stored. If the seal on the freezer door is coming loose and the door will no longer stay shut, replace it with a new seal by completing the following steps.  Materials screwdriver dish detergent  water spray bottle cleaning cloth vinegar replacement gasket seal talcum powder thin paintbrush Remove The Damaged Seal And Clean Around The Door [Read More]

What To Do When Frost Or Ice Builds Up Inside The Refrigerator Compartment

Posted on: 26 February 2016

It's not entirely unusual for ice to form in the freezer during a humid summer, but it's a more troubling problem when it frosts over the ceiling and back wall of the refrigerator compartment. This ice can drip on your food as it melts or block crucial vents that circulate air. Take immediate steps to defrost the compartment, and then follow this troubleshooting guide to decide if you need professional refrigerator repair or not. [Read More]

Three Ways To Help Your Cape Cod-Style Home Cool More Evenly

Posted on: 24 September 2015

Cape Cod style homes are known for their unique upstairs floors, which are essentially built into what would have been the attic space and feature slanted ceilings. This unique design makes for a quaint home, but it makes cooling the home a challenge. Not only does the warm air tend to get trapped in the corners under the low ceilings, but the upstairs' proximity to the roof means that warmth from the sun is easily transferred to the home interior. [Read More]