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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 […]
June 16, 2016

This is Why Bathroom Ventilation is Important

In Peachtree City’s humid climate, good indoor ventilation is essential for your comfort and health. Bathroom ventilation is especially important due to the extra humidity in this room. How Good Ventilation Helps Taking showers, flushing the toilet, and washing your hands all add moisture to the air in your bathroom. Ventilation removes the trapped moisture, which provides a number of benefits. Stay more comfortable — High humidity can make you feel chillier in low temperatures and hotter in high temperatures. […]
June 14, 2016

Improve IAQ With the Help of Houseplants

Indoor air quality is a consistent issue in both business and residential settings. Fumes, odors, and gases, many of them potentially harmful, can be produced by common indoor sources. While mechanical air filters and purifiers work well at keeping indoor air quality high, you can also turn to a decorative and natural method for removing indoor pollutants: houseplants. Houseplants produce oxygen and consume carbon dioxide as part of their lifecycle. A good selection of indoor plants can give your home […]
June 9, 2016

On or Auto: Which is the Better Thermostat Setting for Your Peachtree City Home?

Thermostats are usually good about taking the guesswork out of your HVAC system settings. All you have to do is put the temperature where you want it, and you get cool air on demand. There is one thermostat setting that’s a little more confusing. Many homeowners don’t know what to do with it. The “on” or “auto” setting for your fan is designed to give you a simple option: either run the fan for your HVAC system constantly if you […]