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November 28, 2013

The Whole-House Approach to Energy Efficiency: All Systems Working in Sync

In a properly functioning system (whether it be an automobile, the human body or a home), all of the components must operate effectively and efficiently for the system to perform optimally. This is the basis for a whole-house approach to energy efficiency. Below are some of the systems that work interdependently to keep your home comfortable year-round. HVAC System Your heating and cooling system(s) work to maintain proper temperature and moisture levels. To do so most effectively, the system needs […]
November 26, 2013

You’ve Scheduled Your Fall Furnace Tune-up? What to Expect

There’s nothing like a fall furnace tune-up to lower your Peachtree City area home’s energy bills while maintaining a high level of comfort this winter. While tune-up points vary among contractors, a reputable company will ensure that these essential tasks are included in your inspection: Clean and inspect the blower assembly, heat exchanger and other essential components to ensure they’re free of damage and in good working order. Measure the voltage and current on the motor and the gas pressure […]
November 21, 2013

If a New Furnace Is in Your Future, Learn More About Sizing

If you plan on purchasing a new furnace soon, you’ll want to be sure and get the right size for your home. If you are replacing an older furnace, you should avoid simply replacing it with one that has the same BTU rating. Newer furnaces are much more energy-efficient, so your home may require a smaller unit to deliver equal or better results. Plus, your home likely has had improvements in insulation and air sealing over the years, so it’s […]
November 19, 2013

A Ventilation System to Freshen the Air: Choose One That Offers These Benefits

To freshen the air in your Peachtree City area home, you should consider a mechanical ventilation system. A whole-house ventilation system offers an excellent way to maintain optimum indoor air quality all year round. There are four main types of mechanical ventilation systems available for installation in your Georgia home – exhaust, supply, balanced and energy recovery. Exhaust Ventilation This mechanical system is best used in homes with an open floor plan, where depressurization doesn’t pose a safety, health or structural […]