27 January 2016
An AC unit works on the principle that when a material goes through a phase change, it can absorb heat from its surroundings. Thus, when the freon circulating through the air conditioning unit hits the evaporator coil, it vaporizes and absorbs heat from the air in your home. Your AC fan then pushes this air down your ducts to cool your house. Typically, you have evaporator coils on the inside of your house and condenser coils on the outside, but if you flip the function of the coils, you can use the same unit to both heat and cool your home.
7 January 2016
If you own a vacation home that you like to rent out, the best way to make money off of it all year long is by making sure that it appeals to winter vacationers as well. Here are a few things you should do to ensure that your vacation home is an ideal winter destination for vacationers. #1 Have A Reliable Source Of Heat The first thing you need to do is make sure that your vacation home has a reliable source of heat.
18 December 2015
Most people have seen a municipal street cleaning machine meandering through their neighborhood, but don't take the time to think about the private services a street sweeper can provide. If you own your own business, it's important to recognize that investing in street sweeping services for your parking lot area can be beneficial. Here are three reasons why you should invest in street sweeping for your business parking lot in the future.
1 December 2015
When most people think of the material handling industry, they think of heavy duty lifting equipment and the relocating of major pieces of heavy machinery. However, your material handling service may be able to offer you a wide variety of additional services that can enhance your business's efficiency and guarantee that you can move forward with confidence and new options. Below, you'll find a guide to some of those services that can allow you to expand your use of material handling equipment.
24 November 2015
Fire suppression systems are an important part of fire safety, especially in large buildings where there are large groups of people working. The type of fire suppression system chosen is key, as the type and use of the building may require a different type of suppression system, depending on the needs of the building. Here are the four main types if fire suppression systems to consider. Wet Systems Wet systems are a series of pipes running through the roof of your buildings floors that are connected to a water tank.