October 29, 2015

What to Consider When Selecting an HVAC Air Filter

In Peachtree City’s warm climate, our air conditioners get a daily workout for much of the year, so a quality air filter is a must. Gaining a good understanding of filter designs and efficiency values will help you choose the right filter for your needs. Filter Types: Design Matters The flat-panel air filter is the simplest filter design produced. These are usually disposable models composed of a 1-inch-thick sheet of fiberglass in a cardboard frame. Next in line is the […]
November 3, 2015

Don’t Forget These Home Maintenance Tips this Fall

Along with getting your HVAC system prepared for the winter season, you should also perform some important maintenance tasks on your home this fall. Here are some of the most useful and energy-saving home maintenance projects you can do this year. Add or increase insulation: Insulation restricts the flow of heat, which helps keep heat inside your home in the winter and cool air inside during warmer months. Find areas of your home that need insulation to improve both energy […]
November 5, 2015

Keep Fall Allergy Symptoms at Bay with Improved Indoor Air Quality

For allergy sufferers, the transition to fall means more than just cooler weather and preparation for the holidays. It can also mean significant discomfort as allergy symptoms kick in. By improving the indoor air quality of your home, however, you can help minimize these symptoms. The following list showcases a few of the ways you can tend to indoor air quality this season. Change HVAC system air filters: Make sure your heating system has new filters in place when you […]
November 10, 2015

Water Heater Maintenance: Have a Pro Flush the Sediment

It is easy for homeowners to forget about a water heater unless something goes wrong. However, water heaters need regular maintenance in order to work safely and efficiently. An important part of this is flushing out the sediment. Here is why you should have a professional flush your tank every six months. Sediment Reduces Energy Efficiency Water contains naturally-occurring minerals and in time, these minerals separate from water and settles at the bottom of the tank. As this debris collects, […]