May 23, 2013

Air Conditioners for a Warm Climate: Think Efficiency

Efficient air conditioning is mandatory for keeping you and your family comfortable during the hot Georgia summers. If your home was less than comfortable last cooling season, you’ll want to seriously consider upgrading or replacing your air conditioner. Residential cooling is not a simple issue. Get the advice of a professional HVAC specialist to guide you in making the correct decisions for your home. Before making any decisions, consider the following:   Do you want a split-system unit or packaged […]
May 28, 2013

Air Purifiers: A Guide for Spring Cleaning

Now that spring is here and the inevitable spring cleaning gets underway, don’t forget your indoor air quality. Thousands upon thousands of airborne particulates – among them, allergens, mold spores, dust mites, and toxic gases such as radon – can get into a home and wreak havoc on an individual’s health and well-being. With the coming of spring, you’ll want to make sure your home’s air purifiers are operating at peak performance, which means proper cleaning and maintenance. What can […]
May 30, 2013

Air Conditioning Maintenance: A Spring Visit Can Keep You Cool Through The Summer

There’s nothing that beats annual air conditioning maintenance in terms of return on investment for a minimal investment. While purchasing a high-quality, high-efficiency air conditioner and improving the home’s thermal efficiency are wise investments, without air conditioning maintenance, you’ll risk a host of problems that are entirely avoidable. Every spring, your air conditioner requires a tune-up to remove dirt that can hinder efficiency and wear out components, and identify worn parts that can lead to a system failure. In this […]
June 4, 2013

Don’t Let Spring Ruin Your Indoor Air Quality — 9 Tips

Spring is a time when everyone throws the shutters open, raises the windows, and takes in a deep breath of fresh, clean air. But how clean is the air, really? Your home’s indoor air quality can be compromised by dirty air that’s been trapped inside all winter, as well as allergen-filled air that enters your home through windows and air leaks. Your indoor air is likely to contain allergens and other health-threatening particulates. We spend most of our time indoors at […]