Caring For Your New Air Conditioning Unit

After having a new air conditioner put in,  you may be relieved that the days of coping with unbearable heat in the summer are over. However, to make sure you don't experience that again any time soon, you're going to have to keep your eye on some things and do the following maintenance tasks to preserve the unit. Check for Debris Infiltration With a new air conditioning unit out in the back yard, you might not think about it at all until it stops working. Read More 

7 Ways Physical Therapists Can Help Children Feel Less Anxious

For many patients a physical therapy visit can be intimidating. For children, this is especially true. A physical therapy exam room is full of unfamiliar things and noises. A frightened child makes for a difficult patient, and helping them through a session can be challenging. Take a look at these 7 tips to help relieve your young patient's anxiety while they are in therapy with you. Include a Little Piece of Home Read More 

3 Reasons To Upgrade Your Breaker Panel

If you are like a lot of homeowners, you might not pay much attention to your breaker panel unless something goes wrong, such as if a breaker trips. However, the breaker panel is a very important part of your home's electrical system, so it's not something that should be ignored. For example, it might be time for you to have your breaker panel replaced. These are a few reasons why it can be worth it to have your breaker panel replaced. Read More 

Mistakes That May Lead To Gas Furnace Igniter Issues

If you have a newer gas furnace, then it is very likely that you have a heating system with an electric starter. This means that a standing pilot is not necessary to keep the furnace running. Electric starters come in a few different styles, the most common of which is the hot surface gas igniter. The starters are reliable, durable, and they function well with very few problems. However, the igniters may not always work as well as they should. Read More 

Why Pharmacy Brokers Help People Who Have Inherited A Family Pharmacy

Family pharmacies are often passed down to children of the pharmacy owner as a way of keeping the business local. However, those who received the pharmacy may have little interest in running it. That's why it is so important to understand how to use pharmacy brokers to gauge the value of this business and successfully sell it. Pharmacy Value Is Based On Many Different Factors One of the most difficult things about selling a pharmacy is assessing its value. Read More