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June 26, 2014

An HVAC System Retrofit Could Be What Your Home Needs

Just as you can have parts of your vehicle replaced with original equipment or remanufactured parts to save the expense of replacing it entirely, you can also see if an HVAC system retrofit might be more advantageous than replacing your entire system. Some parts of heating and cooling systems can be replaced to prolong the lifetime of the system or update it for better performance. Refrigerant In 2010, manufacturers could not use R-22 as a refrigerant any longer. R-22 is being […]
July 3, 2014

Staying Cool This Summer Without Touching Your Thermostat is Possible With These Tips

During the hot summer the easiest way to keep cool is by lowering the temperature on your thermostat, but it’s also the most expensive way. This will place extra stress on your air conditioner (A/C) and also raise your energy bills.  Check your Ductwork.  Make sure you have your ductwork checked for leaks and to ensure that you have the proper insulation on the ducts. Then the next alternative is to use these smart tips for staying cool this summer without […]
July 8, 2014

Did You Know That You Can Save Money While On Vacation?

If you are planning to take a week or two off this summer and visit that exotic locale you’ve been talking about for years, there are a few things you can do at home to save money while on vacation. These tips will result in limited energy bills for the time you are away. Set the thermostat to 85 degrees when vacationing in the summer. If you vacation during the winter, consider setting it at 50 degrees to prevent freezing. If […]
September 25, 2014

Switch to a Programmable Thermostat for Comfort and Convenience

A programmable thermostat is a great investment for your Peachtree City, Ga. home. They aren’t very expensive and are easy to install. Perhaps the best feature of all, they help you save money, by managing the temperature in your home with little involvement beyond the initial setup. With an analog thermostat, you have to manually set the thermostat back before you leave, and then move it back up once you get home if you are trying to save money on your monthly […]