Where is your main water valve? In most instances the main water valve is located within the footprint of the house, and on the same side as the water meter. However, it can also be located in a crawlspace or outside buried in a box. Does your water valve work? You can test to see […]
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Increased Running Time When your system gets old and requires a replacement, you’ll notice that it starts up more often. It might also stay on longer in order to reach the desired temperature. It can be caused by bad coils as well as a failing blower motor. So check these parts before ordering a new […]
Homeowners can make their furnace last longer by following some simple tips. One of the most important tips is to buy several filters for your home for the year. Label your filters by month. This way your furnace will last longer and perform at an all time high.
Do you have clogged drains in your home? Call Green Box Mechanical when your home’s drains are clogged. We’re experts in all areas of drain cleaning services including: Bathroom sink drains Toilet drain clogs Shower drain cleaning Sewer drain cleaning Kitchen sink drains Drain pipe cleaning All other drain clogs Other needed drain repair And […]
As a Pacific Northwestern homeowner, your furnace is one of your most important appliances. Whether your furnace is electric, forced air, natural gas, or another style altogether, its role in the home is a simple but vital one: to provide heat and comfort throughout your home. Despite a furnace’s relative size and importance, it’s not […]
When you’re a homeowner, there’s so much to know and be responsible for. You’ve got general upkeep, yard and lawn maintenance, and, of course, utility bills. One of the main utility investments you’re making on a daily basis is that of your hot water. We’re so accustomed to having accessible, on-demand hot water, that it’s […]
If you’re a Portland homeowner whose house was built before the 1950s, there’s a good chance your home’s electrical wiring was done in the knob and tube style. We’re here to tell you what it is, what you should know about it, and, if necessary, what you should do about it. The people of Portland […]
LED lights get talked about all of the time these days, but what do you really know about them? As a homeowner in Portland, are LEDs the right type of lighting for your lifestyle, budget, and environmental considerations? We’re here to help you better understand the ABCs of LEDs so that you can make better, […]