May 19, 2017

What Things You Should Know About Washable Air Filters

Your HVAC system air filter is responsible for trapping dirt, dust, pet dander, hair, pollen and other airborne particles so they don’t accumulate on sensitive system components. Given the filter’s important role, it’s vital to use the most efficient type available for your system and keep it clean.   If you’ve always used disposable filters but you’ve heard about washable air filters and you’re wondering if you should switch, here’s a look at how the two compare in some key […]
May 16, 2017

Why You Should Use Your Bathroom Exhaust Fans

If you consider why you should use your bathroom exhaust fans, odor control would probably come to mind first. Having fully-functional exhaust fans, that are sized correctly and installed properly, is important for a number of other reasons too, such as: Preventing mold growth and structural deterioration. In our Georgia climate, removing excess humidity from the bathrooms helps keep mold growth in check and prevents damage to your drywall, paint, wood and structural components. Preserving cooling efficiency. Getting rid of […]
May 12, 2017

Why Spring Is the Best Time to Replace a Furnace

If your aging furnace didn’t keep your home comfortably warm last winter, it’s a good time to seriously consider replacing it. Why replace a furnace now rather than waiting until later in the year? Because upgrading your heating system in the spring offers some big benefits. Slow Down Discounts Spring is a typically a slow time of year for HVAC contractors because it’s in between the hectic heating and cooling seasons. HVAC companies want their installers and technicians to stay […]
May 9, 2017

Compare Single and Two-Stage Furnaces

Finding the right furnace for your home can be a tricky endeavor, especially with so many options available. Among these choices are single and two-stage furnaces, both which offer their own sets of advantages and disadvantages. The following takes a look at how both furnaces stack up against one another. Single-Stage Furnace To understand the difference between a single-stage furnace and its two-stage counterpart, it’s important to understand the term “single-stage.” It simply means that the furnace is only capable […]