June 5, 2014

Protect Your Family – Service Your CO Detector this Summer

Provided your home’s well ventilated and your appliances are in good condition, you may never hear a sound from your CO detector. Inconspicuous as the device may be, though, it still requires regular care to protect your family from potentially fatal carbon monoxide exposure. Summer CO Risks Carbon monoxide (CO) is undetectable by sight or smell, but when inhaled it causes symptoms ranging from headache and nausea to unconsciousness and eventual death. Summer in Peachtree City often means the use […]
June 10, 2014

A Home Energy Audit – Best Way to Gauge Your Home’s Efficiency

Energy bills are very effective for tracking energy usage and costs, but they won’t tell you where your home is wasting energy. A professional home energy audit is a sensible tool to locate energy leaks, and make your home more energy efficient, comfortable and pocketbook friendly. Home Energy Audit A home energy audit is a series of tests and evaluations that assess how much energy a home uses, how and where the energy is being used and/or wasted, and determine where […]
June 12, 2014

Effortless Efficiency – The Benefits of Programmable Thermostats

Like most modern innovations in household technology, programmable thermostats are designed to give you more control over your environment. They also take a smaller toll on the environment itself, offering effortless efficiency that requires little intervention on your part and saves you money in the long run. Flexible programming allows you to set different preferences for different times of the day, days of the week, and even specific holidays. After you synchronize your thermostat’s calendar with your own, you don’t have to keep […]
June 17, 2014

Ice on Your A/C Means Big Trouble

We associate ice with being cool but if there is ice on your A/C that is a sign that something is wrong. When frost starts to appear anywhere in the cooling system, you need to have the system checked out by a professional to make sure you are not sweating through a long, hot Georgia summer. The most common spot for ice on your A/C is on the tubing from your indoor blower to the outdoor condenser. When ice appears […]