Helpful Tips

September 24, 2019

Home Comfort Guide: Don’t Compromise Good Indoor Ventilation for Indoor Design

HVAC elements such as vents and thermostats usually have a functional design, which often detracts from the rest of your decor. And covering them up completely can severely downgrade both their efficiency and your comfort. Fortunately, there are certain tricks you can use to cleverly disguise HVAC elements in interior design. Find out more about them below. Use Artwork For your thermostat to function optimally, it has to be installed in a central, unimpeded location. Therefore, it easily sticks out […]
June 6, 2017

Which Mobile Apps Do You Need?

In today’s tech-savvy world, there’s an app for everything, and this includes virtually every aspect of owning and maintaining your Peachtree City home. Here are five mobile apps that can make your life as a homeowner more organized and a little less hectic: Energy Consumption Analyzer The Energy Consumption Analyzer app allows you to monitor your household energy usage so you can get it under control. You simply set up a separate meter for your gas, water and electrical services, […]
February 2, 2017

These Factors Mean You’re Working With a Quality HVAC Business

Whether your heating and cooling system needs repair or you’ll looking to upgrade by having new equipment installed, you want the assurance that the HVAC contractor you hire does quality work and treats their customers fairly. With so many HVAC businesses to choose from in the local area, you’ll find it easier to pick the right one if you use the following factors as a hiring guide. Longevity and Good Reputation If an HVAC company has been in business for […]
January 5, 2017

Speak the Lingo of HVAC During Heating Season

The fact that the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) industry identifies itself using an acronym should give you some hint that your NATE-certified HVAC contractor is probably going to use some industry lingo. Here are some of the common terms used during the heating season. Air Handler An air handler is a component of a split-system heat pump that is typically located in a closet or your basement. The air handler’s case contains a blower fan, evaporator coil, condensate […]