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July 5, 2016

Save Energy: Tips to Use This Summer

The summer climate in Peachtree City can mean big air conditioning expenses. But if you’re looking for ways to save money on cooling this summer, you don’t have to sacrifice your home comfort — try a few of these energy saving tips and stay cool while your energy use drops.   Change your A/C’s air filter. The filter in your home HVAC system is often overlooked, but it has a big effect on how efficiently your system really runs. And […]
June 28, 2016

Should You Consider an HVAC Maintenance Contract?

The HVAC system contains some of your home’s most costly and important equipment, and you need to ensure it gets timely, professional care to keep it in the best possible operating condition. If remembering to schedule preventive care visits is a concern, signing an annual maintenance contract is something you should seriously consider. Not only will you get helpful reminders about routine system checkups, but maintenance contracts also offer you a number of other key benefits, such as: Preserved efficiency […]
June 23, 2016

Do You Need to Change Your Air Filter More Frequently During Summer?

This question mainly depends on climate and geography. The farther north you live, the more months in a year your forced-air heating system will need to operate. In most of the South, however, air conditioning runs longer and more intensely than heating systems do in the winter. The requirement to check and change an air filter is directly related to usage. If the cooling or heating system is running constantly, the filter needs to be checked more frequently. If it’s […]
June 21, 2016

Whole-Home Dehumidifiers: Better IAQ and Comfort

Georgia summers can mean oppressive humidity that makes warm days feel even hotter. Inside the home, you will feel cooler with the A/C running, but the HVAC system alone isn’t usually enough to combat all of the moisture in the air. A whole-home dehumidifier can help, and here’s how. Experience Better Indoor Air Quality High humidity provides a welcoming breeding ground for bacteria, mold, mildew and even dust mites. As mold spores, dust mite waste and other allergens build up […]