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July 18, 2013

With Ceiling Fans, Controlling Your Summertime Energy Costs Is a Breeze

Ceiling fans may be the easiest and most cost-effective cooling system you can have in your home. In rooms where they’re operating, they allow you to set your thermostat 3 or 4 degrees higher than you normally would and still feel comfortable. During milder days and nights, you might be able to get away with turning off your A/C entirely when your fans are operating. Ceiling fans provide a cooling effect for individuals underneath them, similar to the way a strong breeze makes […]
November 15, 2012

Attic Fans Are Crucial To Your Attic’s Overall Health

You know that insulation is important in the attic of your Peachtree City-area home, right? But did you also know that the ventilation that attic fans can provide is just as essential? Many homeowners focus on sealing the leaks in their home and making sure that it is properly insulated. However, many often don’t think that controlled movement of air into and out of your attic helps keep your attic’s environment healthy. Attic fans both pull air into the attic […]
November 8, 2012

Use Ceiling Fans To Give Your Furnace A Boost

Using ceiling fans in the summer is common in many Peachtree City-area homes, but many homeowners turn their fans off once the weather starts to get cold. However, did you know that there’s a key reason to run your ceiling fans while you’re heating your home?  Contrary to popular belief, ceiling fans don’t cool the air. They move it. In the summer, your air is cooled by your air conditioner. The ceiling fan moves that air over your skin, providing […]
September 15, 2011

Button Up Your Home For The Nippy Weather Ahead

Before winter hits Georgia, it’s important to make sure that your home is ready to keep out the cold weather that will be coming with it. Here are some useful tips that will help keep you and your family warm all winter long while also keeping your heating costs down. Add insulation. Make sure your walls have sufficient insulation between them and that your attic floor and basement ceiling are covered. Run fans in reverse. Setting a ceiling fan to run […]