Sign 1: A chattering or ticking noise:
The thing is, a noisy air conditioner is also a sign of trouble, specifically with your compressor. Just before this component fails, it starts hard-starting, which means struggling to turn on. When you first turn on your AC, do you hear a chattering or rattling noise? If so, the electrical relay switch that starts your compressor may be wearing out.
Sign 2: Moisture leaks:
If you find puddles or moisture around any section of your AC system, it could mean that refrigerant is leaking out of the compressor, posing potential health risks and causing symptoms that include irritated eyes, headache, nausea, cough, and more. Also, if it continues for too long, your AC will stop working altogether because it will run dry of the chemicals it needs to generate cool air.
Sign 3: Diminished airflow:
The first, and often hardest to spot, sign that a compressor is weakening or going bad is diminished air flow from the AC vents. Like I mentioned above, the cold air is generated by the compressor, and if it’s starting to struggle, it won’t be able to generate as much air as it usually does. As a result, less air will be coming out of your vents. It’s a good idea to call a trained AC professional as soon as you notice this because reduced airflow doubles as a sign of clogged ductwork as well.
Sign 4: Warmer air:
While some compressors will break in a way that reduces air flow, others will have a different affliction that allows them to continue distributing air. Unfortunately, this air will no longer be cool. Warm air coming out of your vents while your AC is on means that your compressor is low on refrigerant. You’ll want to call a professional to find out why.
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Renovations can help personalize your home and also increase its value. Before you begin though, planning the project and assembling the right team of architects, contractors and interior designers makes a significant difference.
Define the Scope:
Depending on your home’s condition, you may decide to gut your entire house or simply update rooms with a fresh coat of paint and new furniture. Either way, experts recommend deciding on the scope of your project.
Set Your Budget
Consider the team you’d like to hire early on too and the types of professionals required to complete your project. Architects have training in design and engineering. Their expertise is being able to design that layout, floor plan and elevation to give you an end result that you’re happy with. General contractors shall execute the plan laid down by Architects.
Ask About Estimates and Timing
Figure out the timing of your project and when people can start. “Anyone who’s reputable and has a lot of work can’t start next week, but they should be able to tell you when they can start and how long the project will last.
Ans: Waterproofing is the process of making an object or structure waterproof or water-resistant so that it remains relatively unaffected by water or resisting the ingress of water under specified conditions.
Moisture and Humidity knows very well to find its way and seep into the interiors of your place thereby causing significant damage. It is very important to waterproof your home or building from all possible damage.
No waterproofing can lead to the development of cracks, paint peel off and even molds, mildew and air contaminants. It is also a great risk for the structure and foundation of the building. Not only for the building, it can also create health problems for the inhabitants. They also develop a musty smell which gradually increases making it difficult for the inhabitants.
Apart from bad odor it also becomes a breeding ground various organisms and bacteria.
Unwanted pesky critters and pests can put a damper on the joy you get from your home and garden. Try combining some of your household products and get your own homemade pest solution. Check out the ideas and helpful homemade remedies below, to keep your house and garden free of unwanted guests.
- Garlic-Mint Insect Spray
For outdoor pest-control, try cooking up this Hometalker’s mixture of Garlic-Mint spray. Just take some mint leaves and garlic cloves and blend them in a food processor, then add a bit of cayenne pepper and a drop of dishwashing liquid. Bring the whole concoction to a boil and let sit overnight. Strain it into a spray bottle and voila! – keep your greens growing strong and pest free!
- Coffee grounds
Critters and pests don’t love your coffee like you do — in fact, they hate it. For ants, coffee grounds are fatal. Try getting rid of bugs by utilizing recycled coffee grounds around your home in the area from which you think the bugs are emerging.
- Borax and Sugar Ant Killer
Another trick for dealing with ants is this Hometalk-favorite, Borax and sugar trick. This mixture, placed right in the line of the ants’ march, will turn your pest problem into a veritable picnic. Just try this solution of 1/2 cup sugar, 1 cup very warm water and 2 tablespoons Borax.
- Dust Mite Oil Repellent
For your own dust mite repellent spray, try mixing Clove, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Peppermint or Rosemary oil into a spray bottle of water and use it to mist your bed lightly. Allow the spray to air dry. Mites detest these scents and will stay away from them. For additional pest control, try a mixture of Basil and Lemongrass to not only repel dust mites, but also fleas and lice.
Right Vendor team did our Kitchen and bathroom renovation. I must say they did a fabulous job with our home.
– Julian Smith, Springs
Our AC was a mess. Kept throwing out HOT air and made perpetual sound. Our previous experience with other maintenance people was not good. Luckily we came across Right Vendor and they repaired, cleaned and replaced the compressor. Thanks Team Right Vendor.
- Mohammad Abdulatif, Emirates hills
Bushes in our garden needed to cut and trim. Our entire garden was kind off messed up. We got in touch with Right Vendor and they did a brilliant job.
– Tina Kapoor, Meadows