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October 24, 2019

How to Prepare Your Home for Winter

Most people think of the winter season as the time of snowfall and big holidays, but every homeowner knows that it is also the time when you must pay close attention to your heating equipment. This is why we’ve put together a quick list of winter preparation tips that you should get started on right now. Schedule a Technician The first thing that you should do before the winter season really kicks into gear is schedule maintenance with a qualified […]
October 22, 2019

No More Dry Winter Air: Benefits of Whole House Humidifiers

House humidifiers are a helpful home accessory, particularly in winter. During summer in our Georgia climate, humidity’s not in short supply. However, cold winter air doesn’t hold water vapor effectively.  As outside temperatures drop, therefore, the air’s noticeably dryer both outdoors and indoors. What’s Up With Dry Air? Dry indoor air triggers a variety of potential physical symptoms: dry skin, eye irritation, nasal reactions, scratchy throat and aggravated allergies. Transmission of contagious viruses including colds and flu is also more […]
October 17, 2019

HVAC Economizer Basics

Your HVAC system is likely the most expensive appliance in your home, in terms of energy usage. Keeping your home cool in summer sends power bills through the roof. That being the case, any way to save money and energy, while still maintaining your home comfort, is a welcome sight. An HVAC economizer is one such opportunity, which can lower your energy bills significantly. How an HVAC Economizer Works During warm weather, the air in your home tends to heat […]
October 15, 2019

Homeowner’s Safety Guide: What is Radon Gas & How to Monitor It

What you don’t know about home radon levels could pose a threat to your entire family. Produced deep inside the earth by decaying uranium in rocks, radon gas slowly rises to the surface and may pervade structures including homes. Long-term exposure to radon is a proven health hazard—it’s the second most common cause of lung cancer in the U.S. How does radon get into your home? In most cases, radon seeps into houses through small cracks or gaps in the […]