Metal Buildings: How They Are Going Beyond Machine Sheds

Posted on: 2 July 2018

Once upon a time, people would have only thought of metal buildings in terms of warehouses and machine sheds (for tractors and farm machines). Now, metal buildings include so much more than that. In fact, with the stylish new ways of constructing various metal buildings, people are considering them for virtually any type of structure. The following examples highlight some of the more fascinating ways you can use modern metal buildings.
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Setting Up a Time for a Technician to Clean Your Oil Burning Furnace

Posted on: 15 May 2018

If you heat your home with an oil burning furnace, it needs to be cleaned and serviced so that it continues to run properly. In the event that it is a boiler, the unit spends more time running than if it were only a furnace but it still needs to be cleaned regularly. You can change the filters in the furnace but the service that needs to be done inside the unit is best left to a professional.
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Your AC Blower Motor Belt Can Wear Out And Need To Be Replaced

Posted on: 2 April 2018

If your air conditioner has a belt-driven blower motor, then you'll want to have the belt inspected during the annual service checkup for your AC. These belts are made of rubber and they wear down over time by cracking and fraying. Here are some signs a belt may be bad and how it's replaced. Signs Of A Worn Out Air Conditioner Belt A worn out belt usually doesn't crack all at once.
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How To Keep Down Your Utility Bills

Posted on: 2 March 2018

Utility bills can be a major monthly expense, especially as homes get older and less efficient. Windows can become leaky and major HVAC appliance can become less productive. It is easy to understand why so many homeowners will do whatever they can to keep down their monthly utility bills. You could spend thousands of dollars over a calendar year just keeping your home at a comfortable temperature. During the winter,  some people try to compensate by simply using their heater less often.
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