Heating and cooling load calculations can help make your home more energy-efficient and comfortable. Here's how to easily find your BTUs without an HVAC calculator on hand.
Every homeowner should know how to fix a leaking p trap. Read John C. Flood's guide on how to fix a leaking p trap under the sink.
The AC compressor just so happens to be one of the most reliable portions of the entire cooling system. It doesn’t need a ton of maintenance, however, if it fails, then your entire AC unit fails.
Do you know how to stay warm in extreme cold? Use these cold weather tips for home to avoid untimely breakdowns of your HVAC system or a plumbing system failure.
There are many different types of pipes used in plumbing. Use John C. Flood's guide on how to recognize different types of pipes to learn more.
If you’re not a plumbing expert, then it’s likely you don’t know how to recognize polybutylene piping in your home. Here are some of the easiest ways to recognize "big blue" to keep your family and home safe!
A lot of people are under the impression that the emergency heat setting should be used when it gets cold outside. However, the “em heat setting” is only supposed to be used in actual cases of emergency.
If you are having trouble with your water heater, here are a few ways you can fix the problem yourself. If you find that you need a hot water heater replacement, make sure to call the plumbing experts at John C. Flood.
The best way to improve air quality in your home is by installing an air purifier or air scrubber. But what're the differences between an air scrubber vs air purifier? Read more to find out.
There are a few common indicators that hint that you have a malfunctioning ignitor. Here are a few of the signs you should look for when suspecting that something is wrong with your heater.
To guard against preventable fires in your home, be on the lookout for the more common signs that your home needs some electrical rewiring.
When you move into a new home, one of the very first things you'll want to do is locate the main water shut-off valve.
Tackling winter home improvement projects while you have some extra downtime is the best way to stay entertained while being productive during the colder months.
With the constant temperature fluctuations throughout the fall season, how do you avoid running back and forth to adjust your thermostat — or worse, switching back and forth between your air conditioning and heating systems?
Here are a few ways you can make your home a more environmentally-friendly space.