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Exploring HVAC Maintenance and Repairs

Hi there, my name is Michelle. I created this site to talk to you about maintaining your HVAC system on your own and with help from contractors. Your HVAC system controls the temperature and air quality in your home. When this system starts to malfunction, you may notice a decrease in your comfort levels. You can perform preventative maintenance to keep this system running year round. From these posts you'll hopefully be able to learn about DIY and professional maintenance tasks that need to be performed regularly. My site will also cover common faults and repairs for HVAC components. Thank you.

Learn How To Update The Look Of Your Refrigerator With Framed Artwork

You can update the look of your refrigerator from a company like A Z Appliance Heating & Cooling in just a few hours, if you are willing to try something new and creative. Use the following guide to learn how to make your refrigerator a place to display works of art in a stylish and unique way.

Measure the Front of Your Refrigerator

Use a measuring tape to measure your refrigerator. You'll be using numerous picture frames to cover the front of the refrigerator, and knowing the size of the front will ensure that you get enough frames to cover every square inch.

Choose Your Frames

You need to choose numerous rectangular picture frames. The frames need to have smooth edges so that they can sit flush against one another on the front of the refrigerator. Choose frames with different details to add character to the finished look.

Paint the Frames

Remove the backing and glass from all of the frames. Lay the frames on a sheet in the yard and spray paint them all the same color. White or black is often the best option because it creates a classic look, without overwhelming the look of the kitchen.

Create an Outline

On a piece of paper, draw a rectangle. The rectangle will represent the front of your refrigerator. Measure all of your frames to determine how wide and long they each are from end to end. Draw an outline on the paper to determine how the frames can be arranged on the front of the refrigerator to fit perfectly.

Add Magnets

Peel and stick magnets are the easiest way to get the frames to stay on the refrigerator. Peel the paper backing from the magnets and stick one in each corner of each frame.

Add the Artwork

Determine which piece of artwork you want to add to each frame. Lay each frame with the front of the frame facing downward. Place the piece of art into the frame with the artwork facing downward, as well. Tape the edges of the artwork to the back of the frame so no one can see the tape, once the artwork is displayed. You do not want to put the glass back in the frames just in case one of the frames falls off the refrigerator and the glass shatters when it hits the ground.

Arrange the frames in the fashion you designed on the paper. You can easily trade out the artwork for newer pieces whenever you choose.