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February 12, 2019

Heat Pumps 101: Air Source vs. Ground Source

Using a furnace to heat your home in winter can keep it cozy, but it can also lead to higher utility bills. Heat pumps provide a way to warm up homes at a lower cost. Should you go with an air-source heat pump or a ground-source one for your Peachtree City home? Learn more about the differences between these heating systems. Heat Source Air-source heat pumps pull heat from the air outside your home and bring it indoors. Ground-source heat […]
February 7, 2019

Tips for Warming Up Cold Floors

Nothing can remind you of winter faster than cold floors. If you’re one of those who doesn’t enjoy chilly feet, rest easy. There are many ways to keep your feet warm for the duration of the winter. Air sealing Looking around your home for air leaks and sealing them will help your feet stay warmer and cut your heating bills as well. Explore your home for leaks around the baseboards and exterior doors. Leaks around the windows may also be […]
February 5, 2019

It’s Heart Month! Know How IAQ Affects Health

February is National Heart Awareness Month. What better time to ponder all the things that affect the health of your heart? You’re probably well aware of how diet and exercise contribute to keeping your heart healthy, but do you ever consider the effects of your indoor air quality on your health? The sad fact is that the air in our homes is much more polluted than the outside air. That can have an impact on your heart, as well as […]
January 31, 2019

Seeing Shadows: What Groundhog Day Means for Winter Heating

February 2nd is Groundhog Day, when Punxsutawney Phil traditionally comes out of hibernation and tells us whether spring will soon arrive, or cold weather will persist and extend the winter heating season. This annual event has been widely celebrated across the country since 1886, but does it really have a correlation to your home’s HVAC? How Groundhog Day Relates to Your HVAC System According to Groundhog Day lore, if the sun is out when furry Phil emerges from his burrow, […]