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June 14, 2018

Ways Weather Affects Energy Bill

A lot of factors affect your energy bill. While the amount of energy you use in response to soaring or plummeting local temperatures is one of them, sometimes weather far away from us can also affect our costs. And, speaking of weather, it’s not just extreme temperatures that can nudge our energy costs upward. High Humidity and Your Energy Bill We Georgians know how miserable high humidity makes us feel, whether we’re outdoors for a power walk or indoors on […]
June 12, 2018

What You Should Know About Refrigerant

Most of us know that refrigerant is the substance that is key to the cooling process, but few of us have ever seen it. It flows mysteriously through our HVAC systems, absorbing heat from our homes’ interiors as a cool, low pressure liquid, and then is pumped outdoors as a hot, high pressure gas, where the heat is exhausted by a fan, then does it all over again. That’s more than most homeowners know about refrigerant. But because laws governing […]
June 7, 2018

Keep Your Guests Cool at Summer Parties

Summer is finally upon us and you know what that means – time to have fun! All across the country, millions of homeowners will be opening up their households to entertain guests with summer parties, both indoors and outdoors. Here are some tips to help them stay cool:   Call an Expert for an Annual Checkup If your HVAC system isn’t in tip-top shape, then either your guests will be too warm or your cooling costs will be astronomical. To […]
June 5, 2018

Warning Signs: A/C Freeze in Summer

As strange as it might sound, it’s possible for air conditioning systems to freeze up during summer. Even with the high summer temperatures in the Peachtree City area, you can end up with A/C freeze that stops your system from being able to work properly. Find out more about why this happens and what you should do about it. Signs of a Frozen A/C Your A/C system might be frozen if you notice that there is water leaking out of […]