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October 22, 2020

Cleaning Your Attic Can Also Help Your HVAC Run Efficiently

Cluttered attic? If it’s out of sight, it’s also perhaps out of mind, but it shouldn’t be. There are a number of reasons why a clean attic is desirable. For instance, a clean attic … Lessens the risk of fire. Discourages pests. Promotes cooler, drier conditions for storage. Also, clutter can impede workers who need access to pipes, electric wiring, and the HVAC system. There are other reasons why a clean attic is beneficial, but let’s focus on how clearing the clutter […]
October 8, 2020

How Is Your Home’s IAQ Affected by Bipolar Ionization?

Your home’s indoor air quality (or IAQ) refers to the quality of the air found inside your home. Your home’s air quality is reduced by outside pollutants entering your home and being spread around your residence via human contact, pets, and the air moving throughout the home. Things that negatively impact your home’s IAQ include plant pollen, smog, molds, viruses, and various bacterias. With COVID-19 being an ongoing issue, air quality is more important than ever when it comes to […]
September 8, 2020

This Fall, Make These Top Heater Issues a Priority

Colder weather will be here soon enough, so it’s a good time to think about the condition your heater is in. Having a heating system that’s in good shape helps ensure that your Fayette County home will have dependable heat all season long. Keep the following top heater issues in mind as the heating season gets closer. A Clogged or Dirty Air Filter The air filter in your HVAC system should be clean so that it can keep trapping pollutants and […]
August 20, 2020

Watch Out for These External Threats to Your HVAC System

Several outdoor elements can pose a threat to your HVAC system. From weather conditions to pests, it’s important to be aware of external HVAC threats so you can take steps to protect your equipment. Keep the following in mind to reduce the risk of damage to your Peachtree City home’s HVAC system this summer. Weather Conditions Severe weather, such as heavy rains or high winds, can cause damage to your HVAC system. Windy conditions can blow debris at your equipment, […]