Spring Maintenance Tips For Your Swamp Cooler

Posted on: 27 April 2016

An evaporative air conditioner--commonly called a swamp cooler--runs best when it is provided with some regular spring maintenance. The following tips will help you better maintain your swamp cooler so you don't have to worry about an unexpected break down during the hot days of summer.  Tip #1: Open it up for the season If the cooler was properly covered in fall, the first task in spring is to remove your cover and stow it away for summer.
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Keep Your Fleet Going: Services Provided By A Fleet Fueling Company That May Be Of Use To You

Posted on: 26 April 2016

Regardless of what type of fleet you own and operate, fuel it the thing that keeps your vehicles running to meet customer demands and/or meet deadlines. If you have been fueling your fleet at the nearest gas station or with the nearest port fueling stop, you may be missing out on what fleet fueling companies can provide. Here are just some of the services a fleet fueling company can provide that may be of use to you.
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How To Clean Your Blower Compartment

Posted on: 26 April 2016

As time goes by, your furnace is bound to become a little less efficient. Simple components like the fan, filtering system, air registers, ducts, condenser coils and the evaporator can become less efficient over the years. Luckily, most of these simple things can be easily serviced to improve their efficiency. This article explains how you can increase the efficiency of your furnace by cleaning out the fan in the blower compartment.
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Ensure Your Sump Pump Is Dependable With These Tips

Posted on: 26 April 2016

If you live in a home with a sump pump, it's impossible to overstate the critical role that this simple device plays in keeping your home dry. The presence of the sump pump already indicates that your home's location means you're predisposed to moisture, but a properly functioning sump pump will alleviate this worry. Of course, you won't be able to breathe a full sigh of relief unless you know that your sump pump is working properly.
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