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April 9, 2013

A Whole-House Humidifier Improves Indoor Comfort

With winter making a rapid retreat, you can say goodbye to dry indoor air. However, if you survived this past winter without a whole-house humidifier to add moisture to your indoor air, you should probably give thought to upgrading to one of these comfort-providing, energy-saving devices before next winter comes around. During the winter months, without indoor humidification, homes in Georgia can become extremely dry. When we raise the temperature on the thermostat, our homes become warmer, as well as […]
April 4, 2013

Choosing An Air Cleaner? Consider The Available Types First

If you or anyone in your family suffers from allergies or asthma, choosing an air cleaner is an important step in improving the air quality of your home. According to the Mayo Clinic, an air cleaner will help to remove dust, debris, pollen and secondhand smoke, if there are smokers in your home. Before you start choosing an air cleaner for your Georgia home, it’s important to understand the types available. Many homeowners choose among a variety of air filters […]
April 2, 2013

Before Scheduling Duct Cleaning, Learn About The Tools Technicians Use

Homeowners are becoming increasingly aware of their indoor air quality and are more frequently scheduling duct cleaning as a means to improve it. Over time, dust, dirt, debris, mold and mildew can build up in your duct system, reducing the quality of your indoor air. This can lead to decreased HVAC unit efficiency as well as dispersing this potentially harmful material throughout your home. Before scheduling duct cleaning, learn about the tools the technicians will use to complete the task. This […]
March 28, 2013

Water Heater Safety: Don’t Overlook This One Factor

To ensure safe operation of your home’s storage tank water heater, it’s important that the appliance’s temperature and pressure relief valve is operating properly. In short, the T&P relief valve will open if the temperature is too high or the amount of pressure is too much for the water heater to safely handle. If you’re concerned about water heater safety, you’ll want to know how the T&P relief valve works. The T&P relief valve is triggered by extreme temperatures when the […]