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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 […]
May 24, 2018

Memorial Day: HVAC Prep Before Heading Out of Town

Before heading out for the long weekend, set aside some time for vacation HVAC prep. Not only does it avoid problems associated with high humidity, it also assures you that you’ll return to a comfortable home. Inspect the air filter. A dirty air filter can shut your HVAC system down while you’re away, or worse, cause the evaporator coil to freeze over. Even when you’re home, a frozen coil can damage the air conditioner by continuing to run.   The […]
May 22, 2018

How to Avoid Short Cycling

If your cooling system always starts up, runs for a brief time, then shuts off, you’re experiencing an issue known as “short cycling.” This situation can affect your comfort, energy bills and your HVAC equipment’s life expectancy, so it’s important to know how to avoid it. Why Cycle Duration Matters Normally, an air conditioner or heat pump cycles on, runs until the temperature setting on the thermostat is reached, then cycles off again. When the room temperature rises, the cycle […]