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August 21, 2018

Using Your HVAC to Prevent Dust Mites

You’ve probably seen those alarming commercials where you’re told that the weight of your mattress can double in 10 years due to the presence of dust mites and their droppings. So is it true? Probably not.   What is true is that there are hundreds of thousands to millions of dust mites in our pillows, mattresses, and carpets. They love being where we are, because they feed off our dead skin cells, which also adds to the weight of your […]
August 16, 2018

What to Ask When You Buy an HVAC System

Your HVAC system contains complex and costly equipment that’s crucial for your home comfort in our climate, so replacing it for the first time can be a stressful experience. There are two ways to make HVAC purchases less nerve-racking – choose your HVAC installer carefully and ask smart questions so you can make an informed decision.   Important Things to Do and Know Regarding New HVAC   Getting the most from a new HVAC purchase involves more than just choosing […]
August 14, 2018

Sunroom Cooling Options for Summer

Sunrooms and other patio enclosures are enjoyed by many Georgia homeowners and for good reason – they provide a sheltered extension to the family’s living space, along with protection from irritating insects and other pests. Most such enclosures are add-ons or porch conversions that aren’t part of the home’s conditioned envelope, so they become uncomfortably hot and sticky in the summer months. If you’re looking for sunroom HVAC or screened-in patio cooling options to make your space more enjoyable, here […]
August 9, 2018

Different Vent Types Around Your Home

Most homes in the Peachtree City area rely on central, forced-air HVAC that uses a duct system for air distribution. In a home’s finished living space, the ducts are placed behind the ceilings, walls or under the floor, and the only portions visible are the HVAC vents covering individual duct openings. Here’s a helpful primer on the types of HVAC vents you’ll find in your home, and what they do: Understanding Supply and Return HVAC Vents If your HVAC has […]