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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 […]
January 16, 2014

Had Your Annual Service Call? It’s Never Too Late

While we’re already well into winter in Georgia, does that mean it’s too late to have an annual service call for your forced-air furnace or heat pump system? Certainly not. The Annual Service Call Preventive maintenance takes a proactive approach to protecting the investment you have in your HVAC system. If the installation is taken for granted until it fails, it’s very likely to fail sooner rather than later. The objectives are: To maintain peak efficiency. To avert system failures. To […]
January 14, 2014

Get on Top of Pet Allergens in Your Home With These Tips

If you are a homeowner with allergies to animal dander, it may seem like getting rid of your beloved pets is your only option. While many people pursue allergy treatments like allergy shots or medications, they may not realize that there are many things they can do to greatly reduce pet allergens in the home. Pet allergies can be difficult to treat, but a few simple improvements around the house can alleviate many symptoms. Frequent cleaning will get rid of much of […]
January 9, 2014

Understanding How Your Heat Pump and Programmable Thermostat Work Together

A heat pump is an efficient way to condition homes in our Southern climate because temperatures seldom fall below freezing for any great length of time. However, it’s important to realize that when they’re in the heating mode, they work differently than a gas furnace does. Heat pumps rely on heat energy in the outdoor air to heat your home, while a gas furnace uses fuel combustion to create warmth. Sometimes when it’s cold outdoors, heat pumps don’t have enough available […]