maintenance

November 1, 2012

Solar Heating Means Smaller Energy Bills For You

As the costs of fuel and electricity rise, the need for cheaper alternatives grows. If you’re looking for a way to reduce your energy consumption and your utility bills, then solar heating might be an option. You could see a significant reduction in your energy bills, and your carbon footprint, by installing and using a solar system that capitalizes on the plentiful and free energy of the sun. You can use a solar heating systems to heat not only your […]
March 17, 2015

Prepare Your Peachtree City Home for Spring with These Maintenance Tips

Spring is coming quickly and that means warmer weather is on its way. This time of the year is perfect for getting your home ready for the warmer months ahead, and doing a bit of maintenance is a good place to start. Here are a few maintenance tips you can use this spring: Inspect your roof. Your roof is what protects your home from the hot Georgia sun, as well as the refreshing spring rains. If you notice any loose […]
December 3, 2015

Learn How to Troubleshoot Common Furnace Issues in Your Home

The cold winds are blowing in Georgia, and you’re hoping you can depend on your furnace this winter. However, it’s always prudent to be prepared for trouble. That’s why it’s so important to know what to look for if the heating system stops dead in its tracks, or just doesn’t seem to be heating your home sufficiently. Following are some troubleshooting tips for furnaces: What if It Won’t Turn on? Check the simplest issues first. Is the heating turned on? […]
December 10, 2015

Be Proactive and Check Your Furnace Filter

The simplest and least expensive thing you can do to promote energy efficiency in your home this winter is to check the furnace filter regularly, and change or clean it when it looks dirty. A clean air filter will also be more likely than a dirty one to protect your heating system from breakdowns and will help boost indoor air quality. How Does the Filter Work? A standard flat-panel air filter fits into a slot, usually located where the ductwork […]