Cleaning Tips For A High-Efficiency Front Loading Washing Machine

Front-loading high-efficiency washing machines are a great investment for cutting your costs and conserving water. They're also unique in the fact that they don't use an agitator to wash your clothes, so they may reduce wear and tear. If you're buying a front-loading washer, though, it's important that you know how to keep it clean. Here's a look at what you need to know to clean and care for your new washer. [Read More]

How To Thaw Frozen Plumbing

When water sits in your pipes in the winter, it can freeze, which can be a serious problem. Ice expands when it melts, so if your pipes freeze, they can burst if left to thaw on their own. If your pipes are frozen, you can thaw them yourself to ensure that they do not cause damage to your plumbing in the summer months. Thankfully, this process is fairly simple, and does not take very long with the right tools and knowledge. [Read More]

Comparing High And Low Velocity Air Conditioners

Central air conditioning units provide you with cool air through ductwork that is installed throughout your home. All central air conditioning systems can be broadly grouped into two main categories: high and low velocity. Both types of systems perform the same function, but do so in a different manner, which lends each of them a distinct set of advantages and disadvantages. Understanding the features of both types of air conditioners can help you choose the one that best first your needs. [Read More]

You First Bakery Business: 2 Cooling Equipment Maintenance Tips You Should Know

When you open your first bakery, you may feel overwhelmed about all of the different tasks and responsibilities that you have taken upon yourself. One of the most important of these responsibilities is the proper care and maintenance of your kitchen equipment. And in order to keep your baked goods safe to consume, you need to be sure that your commercial refrigeration units are well maintained and monitored. Here are two important steps to maintaining your commercial refrigeration units. [Read More]