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October 5, 2017

Installation FAQs: Radiant Floor Heating in Your Georgia Home

The Peachtree City area’s mild winters call for gentle heating that’s hard to get from a typical forced-air system such as a furnace. Radiant floor heating can provide that kind of warmth, but before you decide whether or not this system is for you, get clear on the basics. When can I install a radiant floor? Radiant flooring is easier to install while the building is still under construction and before the floor has been finished. These systems are frequently […]
October 3, 2017

What Temperature is Best for Pumpkin Decorations?

Halloween is coming, and you’re eager to get your decorations out. In particular, you want to start carving pumpkins. But how long will they last? Fall brings a number of air quality concerns that can wreak havoc with your pumpkin carving and your daily life. Here are a few to be aware of: Temperature Changes The ideal temperature for pumpkins is between 50 and 55 degrees. That’s a little cold for your house, but they’ll generally last at least a […]
September 28, 2017

Tip to Prepare Your Home’s HVAC for Winter

Cold weather may still be a few months away, but it’s not too early to start getting your heating system ready for the cooler season. Here are some tips you can use for effective HVAC winter prep: Change the air filters It’s always a good idea to start a new season with fresh, clean air filters in your HVAC system. Filters improve indoor air quality by trapping and holding particles of dust, pollen, fibers, and other material. If your air […]
September 26, 2017

Transitioning from Cooling to Heating with Your HVAC

The arrival of fall weather tells you that it’ll soon be time to transition your HVAC from cooling to heating. Getting a head start by taking the following steps now can make transitioning seasons smoother, and let you rest easy knowing your heating system will work efficiently and reliably through the winter. Ensure Good Airflow At Your Registers It’s important that your HVAC registers are unobstructed and open to maintain balanced pressure in the HVAC system and prevent a drop […]