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May 21, 2015

Telltale Signs Your Ducts Are Due for Cleaning

If you’re like many homeowners, you may be wondering if you should schedule your HVAC tech for a duct cleaning. It depends on a number of factors from home to home, including HVAC usage and care and the types and amounts of contaminants in the home. If you’ve never had your air ducts cleaned or it’s been several years since, it’s probably worth your time to have the ductwork inspected. Keep reading to see if any of the common telltale signs of contaminated […]
May 19, 2015

3 Home Ventilation Options to Cool Your Peachtree City Home

When you think of ways to keep your Peachtree City home cool, your thoughts probably go immediately to air conditioning. It’s certainly effective, but it’s not the most energy efficient way to keep the interior comfortable. On mild spring days and summer nights in Georgia, you can use home ventilation to cool off. Here are three options. Natural Ventilation On cool spring days, staying comfortable is often as simple as opening the windows and doors to let in a breeze. […]
May 14, 2015

Lower Cooling Costs With These Helpful Tips

With another hot, humid summer looming, now’s the time to implement some smart strategies for keeping your cooling bills in check. These tips can help you enjoy a more comfortable home and lower cooling costs when the temperatures soar. Install a programmable thermostat. Using a programmable thermostat to automate eight-hour temperature adjustments daily throughout the cooling season can cut your utility bills by one percent for every single-degree change in setting. Seal and insulate ductwork. Leaky, uninsulated ducts can rob […]
May 12, 2015

Can a Quality Air Filter Help Protect Your Air Conditioner?

The Peachtree City area’s sultry summers place a high demand on your air conditioner, so anything you can do to protect the system helps. Installing a high-quality air filter is one of the simplest ways to do this. How the Right Filter Helps The first job of an air conditioner’s filter isn’t to improve indoor air quality, but to protect the system from debris. Without good filtration, debris particles such as hair, carpet fibers, dust and pollen enter your system […]