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December 10, 2015

Be Proactive and Check Your Furnace Filter

The simplest and least expensive thing you can do to promote energy efficiency in your home this winter is to check the furnace filter regularly, and change or clean it when it looks dirty. A clean air filter will also be more likely than a dirty one to protect your heating system from breakdowns and will help boost indoor air quality. How Does the Filter Work? A standard flat-panel air filter fits into a slot, usually located where the ductwork […]
December 8, 2015

Air Filtration vs. Air Cleaning: Learning the Difference Between Them

Don’t make the mistake of confusing two key indoor air quality concepts – air filtration and air cleaning. While filtering indoor air is a relatively simple process that may involve anything from basic filtering to high-efficiency air filtration, air cleaning or purifying usually employs more sophisticated technology to comprehensively scrub indoor air of allergens, bacteria, and other contaminants. How Does Each One Work? Air filtration. Think of that flat-panel fiberglass filter that fits into a slot near where your home’s […]
December 3, 2015

Learn How to Troubleshoot Common Furnace Issues in Your Home

The cold winds are blowing in Georgia, and you’re hoping you can depend on your furnace this winter. However, it’s always prudent to be prepared for trouble. That’s why it’s so important to know what to look for if the heating system stops dead in its tracks, or just doesn’t seem to be heating your home sufficiently. Following are some troubleshooting tips for furnaces: What if It Won’t Turn on? Check the simplest issues first. Is the heating turned on? […]
December 1, 2015

Improve Comfort with a Home Humidifier

Peachtree City may not experience the iciest winters, but it’s still important to prepare for the cold weather. With modern furnaces and effective house insulation, it’s generally safe to assume that you will be warm all winter. However, the problem is that the equipment keeping your family toasty also dries out your home’s air. Using a humidifier is an effective way of returning the moisture to the air. Small units are inexpensive to purchase, but they only treat the area […]