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June 20, 2013

Duct Cleaning: Is It Worth It for Your Peachtree City Home?

When was the last time your HVAC system benefited from a professional duct cleaning? If the answer is “never,” or so long ago you can’t remember, you should consider hiring a licensed HVAC technician to inspect, and clean, the ducts in your Peachtree City home. Over time, dust, allergens, insect and vermin residue, mold/mildew and other debris can accumulate in your duct system. This can obstruct airflow, increase energy consumption and compromise your indoor air quality. If you perceive issues […]
June 18, 2013

Solar Attic Fans: How They Work to Improve Home Ventilation

As the summer months quickly approach, many Georgians begin planning for refuge from the heat indoors. Some may bask in the cool of an air conditioner while others stock-up on fans and Ice Pops in preparation for the season. But, no matter how you plan on shielding your family from the heat, remember that your home could use some extra protection, too. One great way to do that is with the addition of a solar attic fan to your home. […]
June 13, 2013

HEPA Filtration Offers the Best in IAQ, But Is It too Much For Your Needs?

HEPA, or High Efficiency Particulate Air, filters are widely known as the gold standard when it comes to air quality. What many people don’t realize is that they may not always be the best choice for your residential HVAC system. There are several things to consider before you install one of these filtration systems in your home. HEPA filtration is incredibly effective at removing harmful pollutants from the air. Hospitals generally use these types of filters because of their ability […]
June 11, 2013

Don’t Neglect Load Calculations When Upgrading HVAC Equipment

Most people are careful to avoid installing an under-sized HVAC system in their house, knowing that it will struggle to keep them comfortable on the hottest or coldest days. However, it’s also important to avoid over-sized systems. They operate inefficiently, are more prone to breaking down, and aren’t as effective at removing moisture from the air in the summer. To appropriately size your HVAC system, your contractor will need to calculate the heating and cooling loads of your home. In […]