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May 5, 2015

Don’t Forget to Schedule Duct Maintenance This Spring

With the hot Peachtree City summer quickly approaching, now’s the time to make sure your cooling system is ready to perform at top efficiency. Professional duct maintenance supports your system’s efficiency by helping your air conditioner reliably distribute the air it cools. Why Duct Sealing Matters Air leaks in ductwork can develop for many reasons. In some cases, the duct joints weren’t properly connected and sealed during installation. In others, the seals have broken due to aging or being accidentally […]
April 30, 2015

Let a Pro Properly Size Your Central A/C System

Before you get too far into the process of selecting a central A/C system, ask your HVAC contractor to conduct a load calculation first. This calculation involves using Manual J software and is the only way you and the contractor will know the exact size for your new cooling system. Central heating and air systems are sized by tonnage in half ton increments generally from 1.5 to 5 tons.  Basing your decision on the size of your current equipment could be misleading, since the size you […]
April 28, 2015

Easy Ways to Test Carbon Monoxide Detectors in Your Peachtree City Home

When was the last time you tested your carbon monoxide detectors? If you are like many homeowners, the answer may be never. You need to make it a habit to check these detectors regularly. It just may save your life. The Dangers of Carbon Monoxide Carbon monoxide, commonly abbreviated as CO, is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas that is toxic. This gas gets into the home from fuel-burning appliances that aren’t working properly or not vented correctly. When CO levels […]
April 23, 2015

Got Chills? Make Sure Your Home Is Properly Weatherized

If your home gets chilly, you should ensure your home is properly weatherized. A weatherized home remains quite comfortable on any day. Here are some ways you can weatherize your Peachtree City home: Add caulk around any opening in your home’s exterior structure, starting with doors and window frames. You need to make sure any openings around the frame are sealed with caulk. Exterior openings, like dryer vents, electrical outlets, water spigots and air conditioning hoses, should also be sealed. Install weatherstripping […]