When the drain line on your central HVAC system is clogged, the internal unit will soon begin to leak water that has condensed on the coil and collected in the drain pan with nowhere to go. That leaking moisture can quickly damage flooring and can cause wall stains. It might also cause mold and rot […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
According to the US Department of Energy, the average house loses 20 to 30 percent of treated air through leaks and holes in the ductwork and ducts that don’t fit tightly together. This causes you to pay significantly higher heating and air conditioning bills than necessary. The good news is that there are ways to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A plugged or leaking dryer vent keeps moist air from exiting your home, and it can end up in hardwood floors, ceiling and walls where it causes rot and mold. Other problems might include: Fire due to intense heat Carbon monoxide poisoning in gas dryer leaks Longer drying times which lead to higher utility costs […]Continue Reading... No Comments.