Pop-up sprinkler nozzles come in a variety of fan widths, from 30 degrees — for selective watering — all the way to 360 degrees. If your nozzle has a fan width less than 360 degrees, and it goes out of alignment, or you change the garden it’s watering, changing the direction of the fan is a simple task. It helps if you have a sprinkler pull-up tool to pull the sprinkler head out of the ground and keep it elevated while you work. If you don’t have one, a pair of locking pliers will also work.
Maintaining your air filter is easy, and routine maintenance will keep you breathing easier. Most filters are easy to slide or swap out, and it’s one of the few things you can do to maintain your filter without the help of a Trane Comfort Specialist. However, it’s important to check your owner’s manual before performing any maintenance on your Trane or any air filter.
HOW OFTEN DO I NEED TO CLEAN/CHANGE MY FILTER?
You should always double-check your owner’s manual for specific recommendations, but generally speaking it’s best to clean or change your filters once every 3 to 9 months.… Continue reading
One alternative to common drywall patching compound is paintable caulk. If, for some reason, you find your drywall cracks repeatedly (around the edge of a windowpane, for example), apply a paintable caulk that is also water washable directly into the crack with your finger. Before it sets (usually within 30 minutes), wipe down with a clean damp cloth, again to smooth and to allow the existing texture to bleed through.