Professionals often say that furnaces can last up to 25 years or more. At this point, furnaces start to lose efficiency, and they become increasingly prone to breakdowns. However, replacing an older furnace can be costly. What if you have a furnace that is getting old, but you can't afford to replace it just yet? There's no reason to panic or take out a loan. If your older furnace is still chugging along, there are some things you can do to help reduce the risk of failure and other dangers to your family. [Read More]
Tankless Water Heater: 3 Reasons Why You Should Invest In One
A water heater is one of the main appliances in your home, but of course one you rarely think about. Most of your major appliances probably go unnoticed until you have a problem with them. You forget how much you rely on those appliances until it's too late and you have to go without. If you have to go without a hot water heater, hopefully it isn't for too long, as cold showers are not something you want to do too frequently. [Read More]
Keep Your Frymaster In Tip-Top Shape: Address Those Pesky Error Codes
When it comes to American cuisine, many people will agree that fried foods are a must. Of all the fried foods there are, fried chicken is perhaps one of the most loved foods. In fact, one study surveyed 1,000 people and found that a whopping 95% of them enjoy fried chicken. Further, 16% of the respondents said they would take golden, crispy chicken if it was offered to them. As a restaurant owner, it is in your best interest to make sure your patrons have access to friend chicken when they demand it, or any other fried food for that matter. [Read More]
When Should You Replace Your Furnace?
Along with elements of your air conditioning system, your furnace is likely to be one of the highest value items in your home. Given the high cost of replacement, it can be tempting to keep an old furnace around long past the point where it should be removed. It can also be challenging to know when the time has come to put your old furnace out to pasture. A modern furnace can last for several decades, but you should keep replacement on the table once your furnace is 15–20 years old. [Read More]