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March 24, 2020

Can a Little Spring Cleaning Help Your Overall IAQ?

Giving your home a thorough cleaning in the springtime provides a great way to improve your indoor air quality (IAQ). This helps make the air you and your family breathe healthier, which lowers the risk of allergies and other health issues. While you’re dusting and vacuuming various areas of your home, don’t overlook your HVAC system. Keep the following spring-cleaning IAQ tips in mind for healthier air. Dust Your Fan Blades Fan blades aren’t surfaces you might normally think of […]
March 10, 2020

Only Call the Professionals When You Need HVAC Maintenance Done at Your Home

When you have trouble with your heating or cooling system, it’s important to make sure it’s dealt with properly. While it’s easy enough to find someone online to do a fast, simple fix, hiring an HVAC technician is a much better option. The Importance of Hiring Professionals for HVAC Work There’s been a trend in recent years toward hiring people online in order to get home repairs done quickly and easily. From online classified ads to neighborhood apps, there are […]
February 25, 2020

How Does Your HVAC Unit Affect the Indoor Air Quality in Your Home?

The air you breathe inside your Peachtree City home could affect your health. Your HVAC unit plays an important role in helping you maintain healthy indoor air quality (IAQ). Learn more about ways to measure air quality and how your HVAC unit could be affecting the air in your home. Air Filters The air filters your HVAC system uses are responsible for trapping harmful particles, such as pollutants, and stopping them from entering the air inside your home. If your […]
February 11, 2020

Here Are the Best Ways to Keep Your HVAC Unit from Overheating

There are few things worse than an overheating HVAC system. Best-case scenario, it trips the circuit breaker, which has to be reset. It can also cause more serious damage that needs to be addressed. Here are some signs that your system is overheating — and how to prevent it. Signs of Overheating Overheating is often the result of overwork. Therefore, one of the signs is low or no airflow coming from your registers. If the system is on but the […]
January 21, 2020

The Best Ways to Stay on Top of Servicing Your HVAC System

It has been well established that the best way to ensure that your heating equipment stays at the top of its game throughout the winter season is to schedule a yearly checkup with a professional technician. However, there are a few preventative HVAC-maintenance tasks that you can implement yourself to make sure things are running smoothly between visits. Switch On Your Heating Equipment Switching on your heating equipment before you actually need it will help identify any repair issues before they […]
January 7, 2020

How Can You Bring Your HVAC System Up to Date?

Your HVAC system is one of the most energy-hungry appliances in your home. If energy efficiency is your priority, you’ll want to do whatever’s necessary to keep the system’s energy consumption in check. Let’s explore some of the HVAC add-ons that help make your Peachtree City home more energy-efficient. Dehumidifier In humid climates like ours, it’s easy for indoor air to feel stuffy in the summer. A dehumidifier reduces your home’s humidity levels, improving your comfort. But did you know […]
December 17, 2019
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A Life-Saving Guide to Preventing Holiday Fire Hazards

Every year, we hear about holiday fires that kill people, cause extensive injuries and destroy property. Just what is it about our holiday activities that are so hazardous, and how can we minimize holiday fire hazards? Causes of Holiday Fires 1. A major source of fires during the Christmas holidays is the Christmas tree. Often allowed to dry out, the tree can catch fire easily from heat sources such as fireplaces and space heaters; from frayed or faulty electric wiring; […]
December 10, 2019
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5 Considerations When Planning a New Furnace Purchase

Furnaces are well constructed and will last you quite a few years, but eventually, you’ll start thinking of upgrading to a newer piece of equipment. Since the weather has turned cold and your furnace will be put to the task once again, now is the perfect time for us to look at five new furnace considerations. Size of the Unit The first thing to consider when purchasing a new furnace for your home is the size of the unit you’ll […]
November 29, 2019

The Best Indoor Temperature to Keep Your Christmas Tree Looking Fresh

November 26, 2019

The Radiator and Its Historical Significance