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May 27, 2014

Copper Thieves Could Make Your Summer Hotter Than Imagined

The summer season is the time when you need your air conditioner (A/C) more than ever. Most concerns revolve around potential breakdowns, but there is one thing that most owners neglect until it’s too late. The large amount of copper in your outdoor condenser unit is a target for copper thieves, and could leave you without A/C at the worst possible time. Protect your A/C from copper thieves with these tips: Buy a box. Cages were originally designed to fit […]
May 22, 2014

Common Air Conditioner Problems that You May Not Be Aware Of

Not every issue with your air conditioner (A/C) is an emergency and needs immediate attention. Some are small and easy to identify, and some problems can even be easily fixed. These are some common air conditioner problems that you should learn about: Poor or non-existent airflow. If you notice that air doesn’t really seem to be blowing throughout your ducts and home, check the air filter. A dirty air filter can block airflow in your ducts and put strain on […]
May 20, 2014

Tips to Evaluating Your Air Conditioner: It May be Time to Replace It

Nothing feels better during the warm, muggy Georgia summers than coming home to a cool, comfortable home. If your air conditioner isn’t working as it should, however, you may come home one day to find that your home is hot, humid and extremely uncomfortable. By evaluating your air conditioner using the tips below, you can learn when it’s time to replace your unit without the disappointment and frustration of an unexpected breakdown. Age of the Unit When evaluating your air […]
May 15, 2014

UV Lights Shine a Light on Bacteria and Mold to Eliminate

You might know that bacteria and mold are bad for not only your health, but the performance of your HVAC system. While you can try to filter them out, in most cases a better option would be to install ultraviolet (UV) lights. What are UV Lights? A UV light bulb looks very similar to the regular bulbs you use in your home. The big difference is that a UV bulb shines light in the ultraviolet spectrum. When light from this […]