ceiling fans

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 […]
January 17, 2013

Want Lower Utility Bills?

With the rising cost of utility bills, many homeowners are looking for ways to cut expenses. As winter’s cooler temperatures set in, no doubt you’ll be enjoying the warmth that your furnace produces. However, using your furnace, or cranking up the thermostat, can definitely increase your wintertime utility bills. There are a few ways, however, to ensure that you can keep your utility bills under check this winter: Schedule service for your furnace: Make sure that you schedule a preventive-maintenance visit […]
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 […]
December 12, 2013

The Prospect of High Winter Heating Bills Gives You the Shivers? Warm up to These Energy-Saving Tips

Winter is on the way yet again, and since energy costs are as high as ever, chances are you’ll be paying a lot to heat your home this year. If the prospect of high winter heating bills gives you the shivers, you should know that there are simple things you can to help keep them in check. Of course, there are all the obvious things, such as weatherstripping drafty doors and windows, using storm windows or plastic to reinforce older, […]