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October 9, 2018

How Your HVAC Can Help Preserve Your Jack O’Lantern

We love getting in the spirit of fall and Halloween by buying lots of pumpkins and planning how we will carve our Jack O’Lanterns. Sometimes, we just can’t resist the kids when they beg to carve a pumpkin or two way ahead of Halloween. Unfortunately, when we set our carved Jacks outside in our often warmish Georgia fall too early, we suffer the consequences: a Jack O’Lantern that looks more like a large orange prune than a pumpkin.   Happily, […]
October 4, 2018

Make Your HVAC the Star Player at Your Football Watch Party

Football season is finally upon us and Peachtree residents know what that means – watch parties! If you’re planning to host guests in your home, though, it’s important that you pay attention to party comfort concerns. Basically, what it comes down to is focusing your attention on heating/cooling concerns and indoor air quality. Heating and Cooling If your home is too hot or too cold, your guests will find it difficult to enjoy the game. Here are a few things […]
September 27, 2018

Avoid Using Furnace Rooms as Multi-Purpose Storage Areas

Fire safety is always at the top of every homeowner’s list no matter what time of year it is. But, given the fact that we’re heading into the colder months of the year, we thought it would be fitting to discuss the dangers of storage in mechanical room areas, such as the room where your furnace resides.   The Need for Additional Storage   If you’re like most people, you own many items that require storage throughout the year. Perhaps […]
September 25, 2018

Bringing Home Baby: Do You Need a Humidifier or Dehumidifier?

If you’re the new parent of an infant, you may have many concerns about how to make your home as safe and as comfortable as possible for the new addition to your household. Perhaps you’ve fretted over just the right temperature for your newborn, or perhaps you’ve wondered about the right baby room humidity levels.   Fortunately, the humidity needs of a baby pretty much parallel those of an older child or adult. Read on and learn what you should […]