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September 1, 2016

Understanding A/C Ratings

A central A/C is one the most expensive systems you’ll purchase for your home, and since it has a 10- to 15-year lifespan, replacing it represents a long-term commitment. When the time comes to upgrade your existing cooling equipment, it’s wise to thoroughly investigate air conditioner ratings for the models available that match your budget to make the best choice. Why You Need to Consider A/C Ratings In our Georgia climate, keeping a home comfortable during the cooling season uses […]
August 25, 2016

HVAC Maintenance and Replacement: A Timeline

When your HVAC system is humming along fine, it’s easy to take for granted. Though, at the first hint of trouble, the reality of costly A/C repairs suddenly comes to light. So, help take care of the systems that take care of your comfort with this HVAC maintenance timeline and system replacement guide. Cooling System Your A/C or heat pump leverage the natural properties of refrigerant to remove heat from your home. This requires a lot of parts and components […]
August 23, 2016

New Digital Features You Should Look for in an HVAC System

When it’s time to replace the HVAC system in your Peachtree City home, you’ll find that there are many new options to consider. Advancements in HVAC technology have led to the development of new digital features that can help you save money and use less energy. Learn more about these features. Programmable Thermostat A programmable thermostat for your HVAC system allows you to schedule times for it to run throughout the day. For example, you can program it to stay […]
August 18, 2016

Radiant Barriers in the Attic Can Prevent Heat and Humidity

A radiant barrier keeps your house cooler by keeping radiant heat out of your attic. A major source of household heat infiltration is often the overheated attic just the other side of your ceiling.   Temperatures inside an enclosed attic increase on a sunny summer day as solar heat penetrates the roof and heats air trapped in the attic. Attic temperatures can soar as high as 150 degrees. This reservoir of heat radiates through the ceiling into cooler living spaces. […]