Treating, Repairing and Designing Timber Fences and DecksTreating, Repairing and Designing Timber Fences and Decks

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Treating, Repairing and Designing Timber Fences and Decks

Welcome to my blog! My name is Brenda, and I love designing homes and landscaping yards. In particular, I love implementing natural wood and timber into my designs. Last year, I put on new timber decking and added a fence. to our garden Through the process of working with a contractor and doing a lot of independent research, I was able to get just the type of decking and fencing I wanted, and now, I am adamant about taking great care of it. In this blog, I am going to cover a gamut of concepts related to timber decking, and I might into delve into some other posts about construction or DIY. I hope that you like my ideas!

Maintenance Tips to Keep Your HVAC System Running At Optimum

Most homeowners tend to take their HVAC system for granted. As long as they can control the thermostat and feel heat coming from the vents, not many homeowners put much thought into the inner workings of their heating system. However, this neglect is what leads to problems with your HVAC system that could have easily been prevented. If you would like to keep your HVAC system in good working order, there are a number of maintenance measures that should be carried out on a regular basis. Here are some maintenance tips that you could use to keep your HVAC system running optimally. 

Inspect your HVAC system's filters

One of the easiest maintenance measures is carrying out regular inspections on its filters. The filters are crucial to ensuring that the air being circulated in your home is not compromised. To inspect these filters, all you need to do is open up the various vents that make up your HVAC system. Inspect the filters for any lint, dust or grime that has accumulated on them. If the filters appear dirty, you should have them replaced by a professional HVAC contractor. It should be noted that these filters tend to get dirtier during the months of heavy usage such as during the summer or the winter. Therefore, it would be a good idea to schedule their maintenance whenever these seasons are finished. 

Inspect your HVAC system for mould

Another maintenance measure that you should carry out on a frequent basis is checking your HVAC system for the development of mould. Mould will start breeding in your HVAC system when there is moisture accumulating inside of it. Signs of mould include blackened spots on various components such as the filters, evaporator coils and more. Finding that your HVAC system has been infested with mould is not an immediate cause for worry. The sooner you detect this infestation, the more successful you will be at having it eliminated. A professional contractor can conduct a thorough cleaning of your HVAC system to eliminate these spores. Additionally, they will be able to establish the cause of the moisture and remedy the problem to prevent further infestations down the road. 

Clean your HVAC system's fans 

Your HVAC system's fans function to redirect air, whether hot or cold, around your home. If the fans are dirty, they not only make your filters dirtier faster but they also will be the cause of dirty air being regulated in your home. This is why it is prudent to wipe down the fan blades on a regular basis to prevent foreign particles from being circulated in the air. 

For more information, contact professionals like Kintore Airconditioning.