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September 26, 2019

Should Your Thermostat Settings Change if You Have Exotic Pets?

If you’re the owner of an exotic pet, then you’re already aware that many of them require special care in terms of food and comfort. Does this mean that you should change your thermostat settings for these small family members? Let’s take a look at a few temperatures for exotic pets that will help them stay healthy. Snakes, Lizards, Turtles, Etc. Reptiles such as snakes, lizards, and turtles actually require their own specialized enclosure because they are cold-blooded animals that […]
September 24, 2019

Home Comfort Guide: Don’t Compromise Good Indoor Ventilation for Indoor Design

HVAC elements such as vents and thermostats usually have a functional design, which often detracts from the rest of your decor. And covering them up completely can severely downgrade both their efficiency and your comfort. Fortunately, there are certain tricks you can use to cleverly disguise HVAC elements in interior design. Find out more about them below. Use Artwork For your thermostat to function optimally, it has to be installed in a central, unimpeded location. Therefore, it easily sticks out […]
September 19, 2019

HVAC Safety and Prep for Hurricanes

Hurricane season can bring severe weather to the Peachtree City area even if one of these windstorms doesn’t directly hit the city. It’s important to make sure that you’re prepared for this kind of weather event, which includes protecting your HVAC system. Keep these hurricane safety tips in mind for this year’s hurricane season. Preparing Your HVAC System When there’s a storm headed for the Peachtree City area, taking steps to make sure your HVAC system is protected can lower […]
September 17, 2019

Can Your HVAC System Help with Your Fall Allergies?

Ragweed is a significant cause of fall allergies in the Peachtree City area. The wind can move its innumerable pollen grains hundreds of miles. Breathing in ragweed pollen can cause hay fever, which causes symptoms like a runny nose, coughing, sneezing, congestion, fatigue, and itchy, watery eyes. Mold also tends to increase in the fall. Airborne mold spores can make your life miserable when inhaled. The good news is you can optimize your HVAC system to help you avoid suffering […]