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September 18, 2014

You Need a New Water Heater — What Will the Total Cost Cost You?

Buying a new water heater can be a slightly frustrating experience once you start to do a little bit of research into what kinds of water heaters there are available. In order to better understand what type of price you might be looking at, you need to first decide on exactly what kind of water heater you are going to get: tankless or conventional. Tankless Water Heaters Depending on the number of people living in your home, making your new […]
September 16, 2014

Tips for Getting Your HVAC System Ready for a Home Renovation

Did you know that a great number of problems seen by HVAC technicians can be traced back to plain old dirt and dust? If you’re planning to renovate any part of your home, you may want to take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with these tips to get your HVAC system ready for home renovation. How to Protect Your HVAC System During a Renovation While the last thing you want to think about during a home remodel is your HVAC […]
September 11, 2014

Don’t Turn On Your System Without a Fall Furnace Check Up

Regardless of the temperature outside today in Peachtree City, fall is just around the corner. That means the end to soaking up rays and the beginning of staying indoors where it is warm. Before you turn your furnace on for the first time this heating season, it is a good idea to get a fall furnace check up. A fall furnace check up, done by a qualified professional, will keep your heating system running at peak efficiency and may prevent expensive repairs […]
September 9, 2014

What is the Best Temperature for Your Home While You’re Away at Work

One of the biggest misconceptions about heating and cooling your home is that you should leave the thermostat on at the same temperature whether you’re at home relaxing or away at work. As you’ll soon learn, this misconception could be taking unnecessary dollars out of your wallet every month. If you’ve been taught that you need to leave your HVAC system on constantly once it’s been turned on for the season, you may have been spending hundreds–or even thousands–of unnecessary […]