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January 26, 2016

Finding the Best Possible HVAC Contractor

It’s important to choose the most qualified and competent HVAC contractor in your area because your comfort, safety and energy bills depend on how well they do their jobs. Heating and cooling systems are complex and expensive, and their performance and durability depend on the quality of service the contractor provides. Current licensing, bonding and insurance. The state of Georgia requires all HVAC contractors to have either a Class 1 or 2 license to practice. A Class 2 license allows […]
January 21, 2016

A Zoning System Can Save You Energy and Money

In the average household, heating and cooling accounts for approximately 40 percent of total annual energy consumption. If you currently have a single-zone HVAC system with one thermostat to control your furnace, heat pump or air conditioner, installing a zoning system can help you save energy and lower your annual operating costs. How Zoned Systems Work Zoned systems use motorized ductwork dampers to divide a home into multiple independent sections or zones. Each zone has a thermostat that’s wired to […]
January 19, 2016

Tips for Being Prepared in Case of a Power Outage

A sudden power outage can leave you without heat, air conditioning, hot water, lighting, and the means to safely store and cook food for hours or even days. There’s no way to know how long an outage will last, but you’ll find it easier to cope if you make some advance preparations and keep three days’ worth of supplies on hand. These tips can help you prepare for a power outage: Put together an emergency kit and store it in […]
January 14, 2016

How is a Heat Recovery Ventilator Beneficial for Your Home?

New homes are built to be more energy-efficient than ever before, and this involves making sure they don’t waste energy through air leaks. These airtight homes save energy because heat loss and heat gain are reduced. However, without the right kind of ventilation system in place, moisture and decreased air quality becomes a concern in these homes. Adding a heat recovery ventilator is a solution that comes with additional benefits. How it Works A heat recovery ventilator draws stale air […]