February 15, 2018

Fans to Compliment Your HVAC

Since it’s Olympics and March Madness season, when you hear the term “fans,” you might instantly picture an energized, cheering crowd. In your home, though, fans can be energy savers that compliment your heating and cooling system.   Here are some of the best household fans to help you save energy: Floor Fans There are an assortment of floor fans available in styles and sizes to suit different needs. You can choose from adjustable-height pedestal versions, space-saving tower fans, sturdy […]
February 20, 2018

How to Deal with Uneven Cooling Issues

You pay good money each month in energy bills to run your HVAC system, but your home still isn’t entirely comfortable. Whether your upstairs rooms are too warm, or north-facing rooms are too cool, uneven temperatures are a disruption to your life. Does any of this sound familiar? If so, read on to learn how to handle uneven cooling issues yourself and when you should call your HVAC technician. DIY Solutions There are plenty of DIY tasks around your home […]
February 22, 2018

End of Winter Maintenance To-Dos

As the icy chill of winter gives way to springtime warmth, you’ll want to make sure your HVAC system is able to make the transition from heating to cooling. A little end of winter maintenance can go a long way towards aiding this transition, plus it’ll help you keep your HVAC system in peak condition year-round.   If you’re wondering what should be on your end of winter maintenance to-do list, here are a few maintenance tasks you should tackle […]
February 27, 2018

Cooling Season: Steps to Take Before Turning On the A/C Again

It’s a bit hard to believe with the spell of cold weather we’ve had, but it’ll soon be time to turn on the air conditioner here in Peachtree. One thing about it, our winters don’t tend to last all that long, while summer just goes on and on.   And that’s why, before you turn on your air conditioner, you need to take steps to ensure it’s going to run reliably all during the cooling season. Do not skimp on […]