5 Tips To Make The Most Of A Window AC Unit

Posted on: 17 June 2015

Making the most of your window AC unit means you can stay cool and comfortable no matter how hot it is on a summer day. These five tips will help ensure your unit performs at peak condition for the entire season. Tip #1: Size It Right The wrong size of window AC will cool your home poorly, and it may also lead to an overworked and damaged unit. Most units state clearly on the box how much space they are designed to cool.
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Three Pitfalls To Avoid When You're Using Soap On Your Portable Air Conditioner's Vent

Posted on: 15 June 2015

To maximize the efficiency of your portable air conditioning unit, it's important to regularly clean all of the gunk and dust that's constantly accumulating on it. Otherwise, you might not be able to cool down a larger room in your home to an acceptable level. To make sure that you don't make any irreversible mistakes while you're using soap on your portable air conditioner's vent, remember to avoid these three pitfalls.
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Give Your Rusty Fridge A Much Needed Face Lift

Posted on: 9 June 2015

If you have a rusty fridge in your kitchen, or if you have a rusty secondary fridge out in your garage, by following these simple steps, you can give it a much needed face lift and a second life. You'll need to purchase a few supplies and invest a few dollars into this project, but it will be worth it when you no longer feel like you need to hide your rusty fridge.
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How To Clean The Condenser Coils On Your Refrigerator Before The Summer Heat Arrives

Posted on: 8 June 2015

The condenser unit on your refrigerator can get a workout on hot summer days. The heat makes the condenser unit work harder than normal to keep your foods cold in the refrigerator. If the coils on your condenser unit are covered with dust and dirt, it will have to work extra hard to keep everything cold. The extra work can eventually cause the condenser motor to burn out and the refrigerator won't be able to keep anything cold at all.
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