Archive for September 4, 2018
Home remodeling, whether it’s a single-detached house or a condo unit often achieve comparable results, but the processes vary. Condo remodeling, in particular, can be a complex project especially with factors such as permits, project design, limitation, and budget. To avoid unpleasant surprises and ensure your project runs effectively, here are some essentials to keep in mind.
1.Condo Renovation and HOA Permission Every city and town has it’s own building codes and for condo housing, there is the governing body that oversees all the aspects of the association. Before planning a condo remodeling, it’s crucial you go through the Homeowners’ Association Board policies. Understand what each policy demands and the specifics of every renovation project.
The policies may contain details about the days and times when renovation can be done, how it should be conducted, the date when the project is expected to end and so on. Some of the repairs that require HOA appr
A furnace can easily cost you about $4,000-$5,000 to install, but with the right upkeep, you can ensure that yours stays in tip-top shape and that your investment will last for years. A furnace that is properly taken care of can last between 15 and 20 years, so really, investing a a furnace tune up can benefit you and your family. According to Energystar.gov, most HVAC system filters need to be changed every one to three months.
So what does a furnace tune up even mean?
A furnace tune up is a regular inspection by professionals that ensure that your furnace is working properties and catches any issues right away so that they do not compound and get worse. Generally, a furnace tune up will happen each year by a technician. A furnace tune up can include checking the vent system for blocks and leaks, the blower access door, the blower wheel, the drainage system, and the wiring (to be checked for corrosion and damage!).
Can I do a furnace tune up myself?
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