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March 17, 2015

Prepare Your Peachtree City Home for Spring with These Maintenance Tips

Spring is coming quickly and that means warmer weather is on its way. This time of the year is perfect for getting your home ready for the warmer months ahead, and doing a bit of maintenance is a good place to start. Here are a few maintenance tips you can use this spring: Inspect your roof. Your roof is what protects your home from the hot Georgia sun, as well as the refreshing spring rains. If you notice any loose […]
March 12, 2015

Don’t Believe Everything You Hear About Attic Ventilation

In most homes, only a 1/2-inch thick ceiling separates the carefully controlled environment of your living space from the acute temperatures and humidity in your attic. The comfort level in your rooms below and the efficiency of your HVAC system all rely on proper attic ventilation. Getting ventilation right is a matter of distinguishing between what’s rumored and what’s actually proven. Here are four myths you may have heard about ventilating the attic: The More Ventilation, the Better You can have too much […]
March 10, 2015

Common Indoor Allergy Triggers & How to Avoid Them

Would you be surprised to learn that the air inside your home is more polluted than the air outdoors? Modern homes are built for efficiency, and while this can keep your heating and cooling bills down, it can also trap various allergy triggers and make your indoor air quality intolerable. To combat this problem, you need to be aware of the most common indoor allergy triggers and how to avoid them: Dust mites thrive on dead human skin cell in your bed,carpeting and any fabric […]
March 5, 2015

Let a Pro Transform Your Home into a Healthy Haven

Your home should be a safe haven for you and your family. Unfortunately, many homes are not as healthy as they should be. But, with a bit of work and help from a pro, you can create a healthy home to enjoy with your family and friends. Poor indoor air quality is a big problem for many people, especially those with allergies or asthma. Dust mites, pollen, tobacco smoke and mold spores are just a few of the potential pollutants lurking around your home. […]