How-To Videos, Featuring Mike Rowe
How to Spot a Running Toilet
Is your water bill higher than usual but you don’t know why? It could be your toilet running. Leaky toilets can be hard to detect and, over time, can become a drain on your monthly water bill. This video shows you how to perform a simple test to identify and repair a leaky toilet, keep your water bill under control, and know when it’s time to call the pros.
Caring for Your Garbage Disposal
Did you know that there are some foods that should never see the inside of your disposal? This video shows you tips on what to avoid putting down the disposal and items that actually help your disposal stay clean. This is especially important during the holiday season when large family meals happen more frequently and a lot more food goes down the drain!
How to Safely Put Up Your Holiday Lights
It's important to put safety first, and the holiday season is no exception. This is especially true when it's time to string up the lights and put up other indoor or outdoor decorations. To make sure you take the proper precautions, follow these electrical safety tips and keep the whole family safe this holiday season!
Maintaining Your Home Smoke Detectors
Some of the most important safety equipment in your home are your smoke detectors. Naturally, maintaining your home’s smoke detectors should be high on your priority list. Learn simple steps you can take to ensure your smoke detectors remain operational and your family is alerted during a fire emergency.
Preparing Your Outside A/C Unit for Winter
Before the cold weather hits, make sure you take preventative action to keep your outdoor A/C unit (called the condenser) safe during the harsh winter months with simple maintenance steps from the professionals at One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning. These winter preparation tips will help prolong the life of your unit and keep it operational when it’s time to turn the A/C back on.
Preparing Your Home Heater for Winter
It’s been months since you turned on your heater or furnace. Do you know what steps to take before turning it on for the first time this season to help combat the potential smoke and odor that happens when you flip the switch? Learn how to make the transition to heating season a little easier on your family, your furnace and your home.