4 Problems That Can Cause A Gas Furnace Pilot To Go Out

Posted on: 30 June 2016
Does your central heating system work inefficiently because the pilot to the furnace always goes out? There are actually several different things that can be the root cause of a gas furnace pilot not staying ignited. In this article, you will find a list of the possible problems that can lead to a gas furnace pilot going out. 1. The Thermocouple is Faulty The thermocouple to your gas furnace plays a major role in whether or not the pilot will ignite becaue is the part that signals a valve in the furnace to release gas to the burner.
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Choose The Right Sprinkler Head

Posted on: 6 June 2016
Not all sprinkler heads are created equally. They each have their own uses, which means that the best sprinkler for your lawn may not work well for your flower gardens or bushes. The following guide can help you sort through the options so you can set up an automatic sprinkler system that works to the benefit of your entire landscape. The lawn You have a couple of options when it comes to choosing sprinkler heads for your lawn.
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Replace Your Boring Old Downspouts With Decorative Rain Chains

Posted on: 13 May 2016
Dispersing the rainwater that runs off the roof of your home is important. You cannot just let the water gush through the hole at the ends of your gutters. Water will splatter all over the side of your home, or splash onto the ground creating erosion problems. You may think your only solution is to use old-fashioned downspouts to deal with this problem. But, there is a different choice you can use to handle the water flow coming from your downspouts.
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Minimalist Blinds For Privacy

Posted on: 18 April 2016
Choosing the right window treatment for room darkening and privacy can be a challenge, especially if you prefer the more minimalist design of blinds compared to the dramatic look of drapes. Fortunately, there are options. The following are just a few tips and ideas that can help manage this challenge. Tip #1: Size matters Many people choose blinds and shades to fit into the frame of the window. While this provides a sleeker look, it also means that there is a small chink between the window covering and shades that can allow in light or compromise privacy.
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