air distribution system. The ductwork throughout a home carries and disperses the conditioned air and the flue or vent pipe releases the byproducts, such as carbon dioxide and water vapor, outside the home. Today’s higher-efficiency furnaces will save you money on your heating bills. Older furnaces typically operate at 50-55% efficiency. Entry-level furnaces typically operate at 80% efficiency. That’s where your savings begin. Let your new furnace pay for itself: save 30%, or more, on your heating bill with a new furnace.
Most of us can’t imagine our kitchen without refrigerator. But one day any refrigerator can break down. The refrigerator door will not close properly. The freezer is not cold enough and the food goes bad. Before calling us try to find out what’s wrong with your refrigerator – it’s stoped working, poor cooling, overfreezing, leaking water, noise and etc. If it seems not working check the light or sound coming up from the refrigerator.
If the power is not a problem, there’s most likely something wrong with wiring, thermostat, defrost timer, compressor, overload or relay. Then you would need to get a professional help. In case your refrigerator is not colling properly, check the termostat knob is turned to the proper setting. Also verify that the compressor motor is running.
To see those coils, remove a panel on the inside of your freezer. A sure sign that there is a build-up is the presence of any frost or ice build-up on the walls of the freezer. The refrigerator is supposed to self-defrost.