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September 20, 2016

Saving Energy With Window Treatments for Your Home

Windows are a focal point of your Peachtree City home that add beauty and personality. Though, your windows are huge contributors to heat gain/loss that result in higher energy bills and greater HVAC wear. If you would like your home to be more energy efficient, but you don’t want unsightly windows, use these tips to see how the right window treatments can improve your home’s aesthetics and lower your energy bills. Visible Benefits Your home’s envelope consists of the materials […]
September 15, 2016

Back-to-School Tips for the HVAC System

School is back in session in Peachtree City, and soon the weather will be changing. As the year draws to a close, it’s important to make sure that your home HVAC system is ready to keep you cozy through the winter. Here are a few things you can do to prepare: Change your air filters. The filters in your furnace or air conditioner are there to make sure that dust and debris don’t get inside your appliances, where they can […]
September 13, 2016

A/C Condensate Drain Problems 101

Nothing will ruin your day faster than finding out your HVAC system has caused major water damage to your attic, ceiling, or other parts of your home. Luckily, understanding how this can happen makes prevention a simple task. Water damage from your HVAC system is usually the culprit of a clogged condensate drain. To understand the purpose of this drain, picture a glass of iced tea on a hot day. As warm air hits the cold glass, it cools slightly. […]
September 8, 2016

What You Should Know About Two-Stage Cooling

No matter what temperature you set your home to, a traditional air conditioner has only two settings: on, and off. A wide range of cooling temperatures is achieved by the thermostat simply turning the A/C off once the temperature is reached, and turning it back on when the house warms up a little. While this works, it can produce intermittent noise and some temperature swings, and it’s not the most efficient way to handle matters. Two-stage cooling is an improvement. […]