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September 17, 2015

Discover the Best Place to Put Your Tankless Water Heater

A tankless water heater is an efficient way to increase hot water in your Peachtree City home. It’s important to place your water heater correctly for proper operation. Keep these considerations in mind to make sure you choose the ideal placement for your new tankless water heater installation. Near High-Demand Areas Consider where you most want to have access to hot water. Are you battling cold showers? Do you want a more readily available supply of hot water for your […]
September 15, 2015

How to Deal with Hot and Cold Spots Throughout Your Home

If your Peachtree City home has uneven heating or cooling, you may find certain parts of the house are predictably uncomfortable. Eliminate hot and cold spots and increase the efficiency of your system with these tips. Check Your Vents Go through your home and make sure there are no obstructions in front of your vents. If you have furniture placed over or in front of a vent, air won’t be able to circulate properly throughout the room, creating hot and cold […]
August 27, 2015

Learn the Ideal Location for a Split A/C Unit

Choosing the ideal location for a split A/C unit helps ensure optimum cooling performance and energy efficiency, as well as easy access for routine maintenance. The wall-mounted indoor unit comprises the evaporator coil and blower fan, and it is linked to a downsized outdoor heat pump by a narrow conduit that extends through an exterior wall. Installation of a ductless split A/C unit by qualified professionals can usually be done in less than one day. Here are some standards to […]
August 25, 2015

What Features Should I Look for in a Central A/C?

When it’s time to replace your cooling system, use this time as an opportunity to identify features to look for in a central A/C. Since these systems last an average of 15 years, taking time to make thoughtful and educated choices before your final decision will increase your satisfaction with this major investment. Size Considering the length and intensity of the cooling season, it’s easy to think that a bigger cooling system would cool your home better. Actually, the opposite is true. Any oversized cooling […]