Three Things You Need to Know Before Buying a Split System Air Conditioner

Split system air conditioners are popular for several reasons, one of them being the fact that they don't require special duct work. This makes them popular with renters, owners of small homes, or people who want to avoid any type of construction during air conditioner installation. If you are considering going with a split system option, there are three things that you need to know before you make your purchase. Read More 

3 Simple Carpet Repair Steps When Your Cat Hates Your Carpet

If you have a pet cat, you're already aware of its habits—an unfortunate repercussion of owning a cat is its penchant to scratch and sharpen its claws on everything in sight—your chairs, your couches and even your carpet. When your home is fully carpeted, it can result in several unsightly tear and scratch areas. Fortunately, there are some things you can to restore your carpet to its original best. With a pet cat, you're always bound to find small scratches, so make sure you store your leftover carpet after installing it. Read More 

Benefits of UPVC Windows

The windows are an important part of the home. They connect the interior to the exterior and control the amount of rays that hit your walls. But that's not the only thing windows are capable of. These structures are in charge of the temperatures in your home much more than you think, and they bring with them either glamorous beauty or a sore to the eye. One type of window that's hitting the markets is the UPVC windows. Read More 

Interstate Removals: 3 Tips on How to Make Your Move Easy

Interstate removals are by no means a small feat. When it comes to moving from one state to the other, a lot of preparation needs to be done on your end. Read on to learn a few things you can do to make the process as smooth as possible. Avoid Packing Perishable Items Interstate removals take quite some time before your property arrives on the other end. For this reason, its importance to plan your removal in advance and avoid items going bad along the way. Read More 

Passive cooling tips for your home

As the temperatures skyrocket during the summer, so does the demand for home cooling—often costly to both the hip pocket and your carbon footprint. Let's look at a few ways you can increase thermal performance and create a comfortable and cost-effective passively cooled home. Glazing Large glass windows can be a major source of unwanted heat loss during the cooler months and heat gain in summer. The type of glazing that is right for your home will depend on the climate, orientation and layout of your home. Read More