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May 24, 2016

Important Tips for Storm Season Preparation

It’s the time of year when spring storm preparation should be on your household “to-do” list. Here in the Atlanta area, the season for potentially severe weather begins in February and extends to June. During that period, severe storms including heavy rain, hail, high wind and lightning strikes are more likely. Not to mention the threat of tornadoes in North Georgia exceeds twice the national average. Severe weather can pose a threat to all parts of your home. Your HVAC […]
May 19, 2016

How to Quiet the Noisy Air Vents in Your Home

It’s completely normal for your central air system to make noise. The outdoor unit is going to hum and whir from the powerful fan and compressor. You may even hear swooshing sounds from refrigerant circulating through the indoor air handler. Though, if noisy air vents have reached levels that disturb your normal activities, use these tips to get to the root of the problem. Noisy Supply Air Vents Whooshing — Airflow exiting the supply vents can make quite loud whooshing […]
May 17, 2016

Stop Sneezing With These Helpful Allergy Tips

These allergy tips could be your solution to the seasonal or year-round discomfort that allergies cause. The tips center around your home’s cooling and heating system and how it can play a big role in reducing the airborne particles that collect inside your home. HVAC systems move a good deal of air and it’s one of the best places to start cleaning the air. Air Filtration All forced-air HVAC equipment uses an air filter to protect the parts from excessive […]
May 12, 2016

Maintaining Attic Safety

Attics are among the most inhospitable and hazardous spaces in the typical home. Though, there may be occasions when you need attic access, such as when installing insulation or simply storing personal items. No matter your reason, don’t underestimate the importance of maintaining attic safety! Attic Hazards Attics can be dark, dusty, and downright creepy. Though, there are greater hazards which you should be aware. Unfinished attics generally don’t have flooring to safely walk on. One wrong step between joists could […]