Please use this carbon monoxide checklist as a suggestive guide on determining the safety in your home.
When an air conditioner (AC) turns on and off in rather quick successions, without running for longer periods, this is called short cycling. It’s fairly common, but when it happens it means there’s something wrong with the AC. Do not leave these occurrences alone....
If you’re in the market for an air conditioner, you’re well aware of the many different models & capabilities. An AC unit is more than just an appliance…
Read the latest cooling tip from AL-DON on how to save both money and energy this summer.
You can substantially reduce your home’s dust levels by following some of these recommendations.
In addition to visually and physically inspecting all your ducts, there are some telltale signs indicating your ducts may be leaking air and costing you money. By addressing them, you can save money, protect your health, and improve your home’s comfort.
You approach your home’s thermostat and see its screen is blank. Is it serious? Does it mean your furnace, heat pump, or air conditioning is broken?
You’ve gone to inspect your air filter, only to find it’s sopping wet! Thoughts begin to race through your head––“Is my furnace breaking down?” or “Is this going to be expensive to repair?”
Just about any electrical appliance has the potential to overheat. Furnaces are no exception. As a homeowner, you need to take precautions to lower the risk of an overheated unit.
Once the cooler weather hits here in St. Louis, MO, this fall, you are going to want the inside of your home toasty and comfortable. This means turning on your furnace.
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