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February 23, 2016

Don’t Fall for These 6 Myths About Energy Saving

Understanding a few common energy-saving myths will help you avoid energy waste and stay comfortable affordably during the cool winters and hot Peachtree City summers. Myth: Closing air registers in unused rooms saves energy. Truth: It’s one of the more persistent energy-saving myths, but closing registers doesn’t reduce your system’s energy use. Instead, it creates a pressure imbalance in your system that strains the components and can eventually damage them. Myth: Ceiling fans cool rooms. Truth: Fans don’t lower a […]
February 18, 2016

Why Air Balancing is Necessary for Your Home

If it’s difficult to heat and cool your home evenly and your energy bills have increased, you may fear there’s a serious issue with the furnace, air conditioner or heat pump. When your HVAC technician investigates the problem, you may be surprised to learn that unbalanced system airflow is to blame. Professional air balancing can help remedy the situation and get your HVAC system functioning properly again. How Professional Air Balancing Works Balanced airflow isn’t a given, but it’s necessary […]
February 16, 2016

You Need to Invest in Preventive HVAC Maintenance

Ignoring preventive HVAC maintenance can cost you in many ways. Your home’s heating and cooling system brings you the best in home comfort and reduced energy costs only when the system is in top shape. Here are reasons to put preventive HVAC maintenance at the top of your home task list. Prevent Expensive Repairs Many heating and cooling systems work harder than any other appliance in the home. In time, parts get worn or dirty or might need adjustments to […]
February 11, 2016

Are You Getting Great HVAC Customer Service?

As a homeowner, one thing you can bet on is that eventually you’ll have to call an HVAC technician to service or repair your heating or cooling system, or to install a new system entirely. When this happens, how can you be sure you’re getting quality customer service? Unfortunately, recognizing poor customer service is easier than recognizing good service. You know the drill — a rude, slovenly-dressed repairman comes into your home, doesn’t seem to know what he’s doing, and […]