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May 19, 2022

What Top AC Issues Crop Up During the Summer Cooling Season?

Are troublesome AC issues awaiting you this summer? One thing’s for certain: AC issues will probably happen at the most inconvenient time, such as a weekend in the middle of a July heat wave. As with many issues in life, the best approach to AC issues is usually prevention. Becoming familiar with potential air-conditioning issues and then ensuring that preventive steps are taken to avoid problems (or at least make them less likely) is the best strategy for a comfortable and more affordable summer. […]
May 5, 2022

Do You Know How the Fan Brand You Choose Affects Cooling?

  Another hot, Georgia summer is on its way. Meanwhile, energy costs are climbing. If you’re looking to save while simultaneously reducing your carbon footprint and staying cool, you’ll want to invest in a fan. Which fan brand will best meet your needs? Here are a few of our favorite fan brands on the market today. Lasko Oscillating Tower Fan. Of good quality and reasonably priced, this oscillating fan comes with a remote and a timer for easy control over how and when […]
April 21, 2022

What Return Air Does for Your Home’s Comfort Level

Your home’s central HVAC system incorporates two separate types of airflow: supply air and return air. While supply air is moving from the furnace or the AC through ductwork into rooms, return air is removed from rooms via separate ductwork. Though the consistent flow of supply air tends to be more noticeable, return airflow is also a critical factor that supports optimum heating and cooling efficiency, as well as a healthy indoor environment.   How Return Air Flows Return air is […]
April 7, 2022

Find Out How Balance Dampers Work for Your HVAC Unit

Often, when people have rooms they don’t use much, they’ll close the vents in those rooms so HVAC air doesn’t flow to it. However, closing the vents doesn’t save any energy. What it does do is increase the pressure in your ductwork, which can cause leaks and damage your HVAC system. If you want to adjust the flow of air through your home, you should use balance dampers instead. What Are Balance Dampers? Dampers are mechanisms inside your ductwork that control airflow. […]
March 17, 2022

How Does Your HVAC Unit Handle Thermostat Communication?

Thermostat communication has evolved substantially in recent years. For decades, the basic communication between thermostat and HVAC components was a simple four-wire system: power, furnace, AC, and fan. The simple concept provided on/off operation of the furnace and air conditioner based on an electromechanical switch that sensed temperature in a single room. As digital programmable thermostats came along, however, the wires became more numerous and the functions more complex in order to add automation and enhanced monitoring to your HVAC […]
March 3, 2022

Which Is Healthier Air Inside Your Home: Hot or Cold?

In the Peachtree City area, weather conditions can range from hot and sticky to warm, sunny, and beautiful, right on down to frigid temperatures that can cause problematic dry skin. Yes, it’s true that the weather — the air we feel and breathe — impacts our health in relation to quality of sleep, appetite, emotional state, and even the transmission of unwanted germs and viruses. So, if you’re curious about which is the healthier air — hot air or cold air — the […]
February 17, 2022

Do You Know the HVAC Replacement Signs to Look For?

HVAC units can last for many years if they’re well maintained. However, even the best units need replacing at some point. In general, the average HVAC unit lasts 10 years, and if your unit is nearing its life expectancy, it could be reaching the end of its useful life span. There are specific HVAC replacement signs, and if your unit shows any of the HVAC replacement signs discussed here, you should reach out to a professional as soon as possible. Four HVAC Replacement Signs […]
February 3, 2022

What’s the Connection Between Air Filters and Air Quality?

When you get home after a long day at work or just a simple outing, you want to be comfortable and able to relax. Thus, you must not overlook the quality of the air you breathe. If your HVAC system’s air filter is clogged or damaged, this can negatively impact your home’s indoor air quality. How Air Filters Keep Your Home’s Air Clean An air filter helps remove several types of irritants and pollutants from the air in your home. These can […]
January 20, 2022

Gain All the Heater Knowledge You Possibly Can This Winter

The basics of heater knowledge can help you understand your heating system and gain a general insight about any problems that might occur. Conversely, if you’re in the market for a new heater, you’ll be better prepared to make informed decisions if you read the heater knowledge below. Forced-air gas furnaces make up the majority of central heating systems in our region. They are efficient, reliable, and typically deliver a long service life. By the numbers, here’s a basic primer […]
January 6, 2022

Should You Have a Winter Humidifier Inside Your Home?

Running your furnace in winter is great for home comfort. However, it also has its drawbacks. Heating your air dries it out, which leads to a variety of problems, including poor indoor air quality (IAQ) and illness. If you’re worried about your health and IAQ this season, consider investing in a winter humidifier. Here are some of the benefits. Dangers of Low Humidity When humidity drops below a certain level, it fosters dust and other contaminants. If your home has allergy or […]