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December 4, 2014

Do You Know The Benefits of a Condensing Furnace?

When looking for a furnace for your home, there are two main types to consider. One is the conventional furnace, and the other is the condensing furnace. The condensing furnace features a number of perks that give it a definite advantage when heating your home. Condensing furnaces have efficiency ratings ranging from 90 to 98 percent AFUE. This level of efficiency in a furnace means that less fuel is needed annually, which can save you more money. It also means that the furnace itself will spend […]
December 2, 2014

Fight Dry Air With a Whole-House Humidifier

While autumn is just starting here in Peachtree City, the holidays will soon evaporate into colder, winter weather. As such, there will be a lot of discussions regarding the efficiency of various heating methods to keep us warm. Whether it be electric, gas, wood or coal, all homes face the same set of issues — dry indoor air. Is this a big deal? If so, what can be done about it? Overly dry air can cause some health issues, such as inflammation of the mucous […]
November 25, 2014

Is it Time to Upgrade Your HVAC System?

With chilly weather headed our way here in the Peachtree City area, it’s a good time to have your heating and air conditioning system evaluated for efficiency. If your system is more than 10 years old, has been keeping your family less than comfortable and has caused a noticeable increase in your utility bills, you may want to upgrade your HVAC system. Most HVAC systems have a lifespan between 10 and 20 years. While each model is different, if your system […]
November 25, 2014

Does Your Furnace Have a Strange Odor When You Turn it On?

It’s the first cold morning for the year in Peachtree City, Georgia. You turn your furnace on expecting to get warm and toasty but there’s a problem. You have a strange odor coming from your furnace. What should you do? Why Does Your Furnace Have Strange Odor? It’s normal to have a strange odor when you turn your furnace on for the first time each year. The most common reason is dust. Your furnace hasn’t been used for a year and […]