When an air conditioning system shows signs that it needs repairs during the end of the summer, it’s tempting to shrug it off. “Well, I won’t need the AC for a good stretch. I can just have the repairs done later,” you might think. However, delaying any repairs for an air conditioner, no matter how “minor” they may seem, is unwise.
Drain clogs are a big headache for any home, and it’s difficult to avoid running into them at some time or another. But if “some time” starts to turn into “all the time,” you are probably dealing with a larger issue that will require calling for professional plumbing assistance.
We won’t try to pretend that we think tankless water heaters are anything less than a great idea. These systems make a superb alternative to the conventional storage tank water heater (the sort that most people think of when they hear the words water heater) for a number of reasons.
The sewer line that serves your house is probably not something you want to think about often. And since the sewer line is buried out of sight in a trench leading from the side of the house to the municipal sewer main in the street, you don’t have anything that will bring it to mind most of the time.
During a hot and sometimes humid summer in Chicagoland, you will need to have your air conditioner running on a regular basis. This means a great deal of wear and tear placed on the system, but one of the ways you can reduce the stress and keep the AC energy-efficient is to always clean the air filter once a month.