Tuesday, April 2, 2019

AC Repair Tips That Save Time and Money

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Get the Setting Right
Your air conditioner doesn’t need to run at the same temperature all day. This is especially true if you don’t spend the entire day in your home. When you're at home, consider setting your thermostat to 78 degrees. When you aren’t at home, set your thermostat to 82 degrees. This will save you a significant amount of money on your monthly air conditioner bill. Consider it money well saved, as it will only take you a few minutes every month to adjust your thermostat. It's worthwhile, even if you're only going to be out of your home for an hour or so. 

Turn Your AC Off During Extended Periods of Absence

If you're going on vacation or on a trip, there’s no real reason to keep your air conditioner on while you're gone. It’s wasteful, because you're not going to be home to enjoy the cool air. Turn your air conditioner off before you leave, as there’s no good reason to keep your air conditioner on if you’re going on vacation for a couple of days.  When you get your electric bill at the end of the month,  you'll be glad you did. 

Check Your AC Filters As Often As Possible

It’s in your best interest to change your air conditioner filters on a regular basis. Some ac repairman suggest every two months, but https://truetempairconditioning.com suggests air conditioner maintenance every month. You’ll prevent a good deal of damage to your air conditioner and save a significant amount of money on your electric bill. Since you’ll prevent damage to your air conditioner, you’ll also save money on future electric bills. This one tip will save you money over the long run.

True Temp LLC
486 SW Molloy St, Port St. Lucie, FL 34984
(772) 607-1077

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Signs That You Need Roof Repair for Your Home

Is your roof in poor condition? If you’re reading this blog post you might be concerned about it’s condition. The information in this blog post will help you determine if you need to repair it or not.

  • Your roof has green spots - Your roof should never be green unless that's the color you choose. If you see green spots on your roof, you’re most likely looking at mold or algae. Neither of those are good and are a sign that your roof is water damaged. If you see green spots on your roof call your roof repairman immediately, because water damage should not be neglected. If the damage is substantial, you may need to replace your roof. If it’s small, you may only need roof repair.
  • Your roof has missing tiles or shingles - Your roof should never have missing tiles or shingles. That’s a sign that your roof may have structural damage. If you notice this, call your roof repair man to inspect your roof. Depending on the number of missing shingles or tiles, you may need to replace your roof.  
  • Your roof has curling shingles - Curling shingles are a clear sign that you need to replace your roof. That’s because shingles begin to curl when they’re deteriorating. Sooner or later, more shingles will begin to curl and your roof will be in very bad shape. Be ready to replace your roof.
  • Your roof has bald spots - If you see bald spots on your roof, you’re well beyond roof repair. You most likely need to get your roof replaced.
  • Your exterior paint is peeling - If you notice a fair amount of peeling paint on the exterior of your home, then your roof may be water damaged. Other signs of water damage include peeling wallpaper, and peeling interior paint.

Plumbing Tips for the Holiday Season

The holiday season is upon us and that means you need to ready your home ready for family and friends, from both near and far. Now, your guests aren’t able to look at you plumbing the same way they can look at your holiday centerpiece. Nonetheless, that doesn’t give you a pass on preparing it for all of the visitors you’ll have. After all, if your plumbing doesn’t work, it doesn’t matter how well you decorated your home. Read the tips in this blog post to keep your plumbing working well throughout the entire holiday season. You never know at what point of your holiday dinner you'll need them.
How to Keep Your Sinks and Toilet Clog Free
  • If you can keep your toilet and sinks clog free, you’ll be at an advantage during the holiday season. This is because plumbing repair services cost more during major holidays.
  • Keep fat out of the drain: Do not pour cooking grease or oil down your kitchen drain under any circumstances.
  • Always run water when using your garbage disposal: If you want your garbage disposal to work efficiently, remember to run water.
  • Not everything belongs in your garbage disposal: You should keep starchy foods and chicken bones out your garbage disposal.
  • Don’t use your toilet like a garbage can: You should really keep a garbage can in your bathroom, because you toilet should only be used for when nature calls. If you put anything else in your toilet, you’ll clog it.
  • Clean your drains - Prep your drains for the holiday by pouring a cup of vinegar and a cup of baking soda down all of your sinks.
  • Put a cover on it - Place a drain cover in your kitchen sink to catch food and a drain cover in your bathroom sink to catch hair. This will prevent a lot of clogs and save you time during the holidays. After all, who wants to deal with a clogged sink on Christmas Eve?  

Garage Door Repair Tips for New Homeowners

Did you just buy a new home and realize that you can't depend on your landlord for house repairs anymore? Now, there’s no cause for concern. You just have a good deal of learning ahead of you. After all, if you have what it takes to buy a home, then you have what it takes to take care of your home. This blog post will go over how to maintain your garage door and when it’s best to opt for professional garage door repair services.

Garage Door Maintenance Tips
Lubricate moving parts - Your garage door has many moving parts and it’s supremely important that they are lubricated on a regular basis. We suggest using a can of spray lubricant specifically designed for garage doors and apply it to all of the moving parts, including:
  • Rollers
  • Top of the rail
  • Hinges
  • Springs
  • Bearing plates

Clean the tracks - If you notice any dirt or debris on the tracks, it’s a good idea to clean them immediately. Turn off the power to the garage door and clean the tracks with a microfiber cloth. This should get rid of most of the dirt. If you notice that there’s still some left, use a handheld vacuum to get the rest of it.

Why Keep Major Repairs to the Pros
Now, while it’s totally reasonable for you to maintain your garage door, the same can’t be said for repairs. That’s because a garage door can weigh upwards of 200 pounds. If you don’t know what you’re doing, you could cause the garage door to collapse on you. It’s more important for you to be alive, then to save money on garage door repair. If you can’t afford professional garage door repair, then ask the company if they can split the payments up for you. You can also ask them if they would be willing to barter. You can also set aside a moderate amount of money each month for home repairs. That way when the day comes that you need garage door repair, you’ll have the money saved up already.

For more information on garage door repair visit:

Customer's Choice Garage Doors and Openers, Inc.
2807 Okeechobee Rd, Fort Pierce, FL 34947
(772) 242-5464

The Top Benefits of Artificial Grass Installation

Do you still have a natural grass lawn that you spend your hard earned money on and well deserved time off on? You’ll be glad to know that there’s an easier way to have an emerald green lawn. Artificial grass simply makes it easier to have a lawn. Read this blog post to find out the benefits of having an artificial grass installation for your home.

  1. Artificial grass is easy to maintain - You’ll be glad to know that you’ll never have to mow or weed your lawn again when you have artificial grass installed. All of the traditional yard work associated with a natural grass lawn is not needed when you have an artificial grass lawn.
  2. Artificial grass is cost effective - Artificial grass needs no fertilizers or insecticides. It also doesn’t need to be watered or a team of landscapers manicuring it. All of that costs money and you won’t need any of it, so you’ll save quite a bit of money.
  3. Artificial grass always looks good - Once you have artificial grass you can more or less forget it’s there and it will still look good. You can count on having a beautiful looking lawn 365 days of year without doing very much at all to maintain it.
  4. Artificial grass is drought tolerant - Artificial grass needs no water, so your lawn will look exactly the same even if you go through a severe drought.
  5. Artificial grass is great for dogs -  Not only is artificial grass comfortable to walk on, it’s impervious to urine burns. So, your dog will have a lawn that they’ll enjoy playing on and you’ll have a lawn that looks fantastic no matter what.
We hope you enjoyed the information in this blog post and have learned the many benefits of having artificial grass installation.

For more information on artificial grass visit:
Synthetic Lawns of Florida
2571 W Hillsboro Blvd, Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
(561) 870-5130

Carpet Cleaning Tips for the Holidays

Are you looking forward to getting your home ready for holiday season? While it's lots of fun to decorate your home for all of the visitors that will come by, you need to have a plan in action to keep your carpets clean during the holidays. You'll have a lot of people walking in and out of your home, so if you don't know how to keep your carpets clean they can easily become very dirty. The good news is you can use the tips in this blog post to learn how to keep your carpets clean no matter how many guests you entertain during the holidays. If your carpets aren't off to a good start, get professional carpet cleaning in advance of the festivities.

  • Put out a welcome mat - A welcome mat is a great way to keep your carpet clean during the holidays. Your guests will have the opportunity to wipe off their feet before they enter your home. Put one in front of your front door and one in front of your back door.
  • Shoes off policy - Ask your guests to take their shoes off before they come in your home. If you can get them to agree to this, your carpets will be pristine. It’s your house, so don’t be shy. Make this request of everyone you invite to your home.
  • Go for clear beverages - One way you can minimize carpet stains is to serve clear beverages. Opt for lemon lime soda, bottled water, and soda water. This will make it tremendously easier to keep your carpets clean.
  • Coats off immediately - Coats can bring in as much dirt as a pair of shoes. Have somewhere for your guests to put their coats that’s close to the front door.
  • We hope you enjoy the tips in this blog post. Remember, at the end of the day it’s a lot easier to prevent carpet stains then having to clean them. Don’t be shy to ask people to take their shoes off before they enter your home.
For more information on carpet cleaning visit:

Honor Carpet Cleaning

5264 SE Horseshoe Point Rd Stuart, FL 34994

(561) 350-8200

AC Repair and Maintenance Tips for New Homeowners

Congratulations. You now own your home. The good news is you no longer have a landlord to stop you from getting a dog or painting your walls pink. The bad news is you no longer have a landlord to call if something breaks in your house. The truth is, from this point on all home maintenance and repair jobs are up to you. Don’t worry too much though. You can use the tips in this article to learn more about maintaining your hvac unit and when it’s best to call a professional ac repair company.

Change Your AC Air  Filters Regularly
The air filters for your central ac unit need to be changed on a regular basis if you want to prevent damage to it. If you want your ac to run at optimal performance, change your filters at least once a month. When your filters don’t get changed your ac needs to run harder than necessary and that can cause a lot of damage to the unit. Save yourself a lot of headaches and change them monthly.

Keep Your Outside AC Unit
Another smart way to maintain your air conditioner is to keep the outside unit clean. Once a month turn your hvac unit off on your circuit breaker and make sure no electricity is going to it. Then take a garden hose and wash off any dirt or debris that may have accumulated on it.   You should also avoid planting any shrubs, vines, or bushes nearby it. After all, you want to do everything you can to make it simple to maintain.

Call Your AC Repairman for Repair Work
If you don’t know how to repair your hvac unit, then it’s best to leave it to the professionals. That’s because hvac units aren’t cheap and if you cause irreversible damage you’ll have to purchase a new one.

Have Money Set Aside
Do yourself a favor and start a saving account for home repairs. That way, when you need to call any kind of repairman, you’ll have money saved up for it. For more information visit: True Temp LLC 486 SW Molloy St, Port St. Lucie, FL 34984
(772) 607-1077

AC Repair Tips That Save Time and Money

Get the Setting Right Your air conditioner doesn’t need to run at the same temperature all day. This is especially true if you don’t s...