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January 30, 2014

Humidity Can Help Boost Your Comfort and Savings in Winter

With winter well under way, you may begin to long for the humidity of summer that made you so sticky and sweaty back in July. When it’s cold outside, the air becomes dry, and forced-air heating removes even more moisture from indoor air. But why is having the right amount of humidity so important? Without proper moisture in your home, you could find yourself with a persistent cough, painful sinuses, dry and itchy skin, and chapped lips. In Winter, your […]
January 28, 2014

Don’t Let Heat Loss Turn Your Heating Efforts Upside Down

Heat loss in your Georgia home during the winter means you need to work your heating system harder, which results in higher energy costs. Fortunately, there are some fairly easy things you can do to reduce heat loss during these cold months. Insulate where possible. Improve the insulation of your home. Insulation is crucial to reduce heat loss through walls, ceilings and even the roof. In particular, adding insulation to your attic can greatly reduce your heating bill. Buy a blanket […]
January 23, 2014

UV Lights Offer Proven Benefits, But Here’s How to Get More Out of Them

As a homeowner, you might have heard about the recent popularity of ultraviolet (UV) lights. UV lights can be used as an addition to a traditional air filtration system to eliminate many of the harmful micro-organisms in your indoor air. Regular HVAC filters don’t do a very good job of removing most of these viruses, bacteria, allergens and/or mold spores. What Are UV Light Systems? Micro-organisms in your indoor air can greatly reduce air quality, increasing the risk of home […]
January 21, 2014

Ventilating Fans Offer a Great Boost to Your Peachtree City Home’s Comfort

Modern homes are typically well insulated and practically airtight. While keeping your home sealed up is good for your energy bills, it can cause problems with the air you breathe. The air becomes stale, humidity builds up, and contaminants such as bacteria and mold spores circulate continuously through the heating and cooling systems. This leads to health problems as well as damage inside your home. You can put an end to problems with stale, contaminated air by installing ventilating fans. Ventilating or exhaust […]