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January 22, 2015

How to Compare and Choose the Right Furnace Filter for Your Georgia Home

Although it may have a low spot on your priority list, choosing the best furnace filter for your HVAC system can make a significant difference in your energy bills, home comfort and health. Forced-air HVAC systems require filters to trap airborne particulates to prevent them from entering air handlers. Dust can harm interior components, but an adequate filter can prevent these damages. Choosing the right filter can also improve your indoor air quality (IAQ), particularly if anyone in your home suffers from respiratory issues. Air filters for HVAC equipment […]
January 20, 2015

How to Improve Central Air Volume in Your Peachtree City Home

Good airflow is an essential component of every HVAC unit. After all, your system can only heat or cool air that flows freely into it. Luckily, you can improve central air volume in your Peachtree City home by performing simple maintenance tasks, removing obstructions and making small modifications to your system. Troubleshoot Airflow Inside Your House Ideally, there should be a vent in every room of your home. In addition, your home probably has at least one air return that’s usually, but not always, located inside. You […]
January 15, 2015

Optimize Furnace Efficiency with a Simple Filter Change

In order to keep dirt, mold spores and other particles in your air from getting into your heating system and causing damage, you’ll have to install an effective furnace filter. Regularly replacing your furnace filter is the easiest way to maximize furnace efficiency, while also improving the quality of your indoor air. In order to optimize furnace efficiency and get the most benefit from your furnace filter, you’ll have to: Change it Regularly As your filter traps more dirt, it can become clogged, restricting airflow. […]
January 13, 2015

Easy Ways to Improve Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality

Cooler temperatures are on their way and that usually means we’re going to be spending more time indoors. We often assume our indoor air is much safer than outdoor air, but this is actually not true in many cases. In fact, because homes are being built more airtight than in the past, we’re actually exposed to more indoor air pollution. Poor indoor air quality can contribute to allergies, asthma and may cause serious long-term health consequences. Building materials, cleaning products and new furniture […]