energy savings

August 16, 2011

Increase Efficiency With Duct Sealing Techniques

Peachtree City, right now it’s hot, and it’s difficult to imagine the cold weather’s coming back in a few months.  However, soon enough we will be dealing with the cold temperatures again.  One way to save money both in summer and winter is through duct sealing. To properly distribute warm or cool air, the duct system that runs through your home must be in proper working order and operating at peak efficiency.  To achieve this, your ducts must be properly […]
August 30, 2011

Moisture A Problem? Dehumidifiers Can Help

Has the moisture in your Peachtree City home been getting the best of you recently? If you were to complete this Homeowner’s Questionnaire would you respond by saying that your indoor air quality is bad because of moisture? If so, you might benefit from installing a dehumidifier. The following blog presents an overview of dehumidifiers, including how to know when you need a dehumidifier, the benefits of dehumidifiers, and how dehumidifiers work. You Know You Need a Dehumidifier When… The floors […]
September 13, 2011

Fall And Cooler Weather Aren’t That Far Off — Have You Scheduled Your Service Check?

Summer is winding down here in northern Georgia, and the nights are getting cooler. Before long the fall and winter heating season will be upon us. This is the perfect time to start thinking about tackling some home weatherization projects. One item that needs to go high on your to-do list is scheduling a furnace inspection. Hiring an HVAC specialist to service and inspect your furnace before you turn it on can benefit you in several ways. Let’s take a […]
September 27, 2011

HSPF: A Rating To Weigh When You’re Going To A Heat Pump System

A heat pump system can be a very efficient way to keep your Georgia home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Besides requiring only one system to perform the work of both an air conditioner and furnace, heat pumps typically require less energy input to provide the same comfort levels inside your home. The biggest potential energy savings comes when the pump is in heating mode. This is because heap pumps do not really create heat; they […]