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February 5, 2015

The Importance of Air Filter Replacement

Your HVAC system’s air filter is essential for maintaining your home’s indoor air quality. Without it, you’re breathing in a host of allergens and contaminants, from dust mites and mold to bacteria and mildew. Unfortunately, many homeowners tend to neglect their filters, letting them clog up. This not only increases air pollution, it can also restrict airflow and put undue strain on your system, shortening its lifespan. In order to avoid these issues, your system needs regular air filter replacement. Choosing an Air […]
February 3, 2015

Simple Humidity Tests to Perform in Your Peachtree City Home

As a resident of Peachtree City, you’re probably use to the high humidity we experience throughout most of the year. Managing the humidity inside your home is important for keeping your home environment healthy and efficient. High humidity and low humidity can both negatively impact your life. Here are a few simple humidity tests you can use to discover if your humidity is out of bounds: High Humidity When humidity is too high, you run the risk of creating fertile ground for […]
January 29, 2015

5 Easy Ways to Reduce Dust Buildup in Your Georgia Home

Dust is relentless, and no matter how often you clean, it will eventually return to every surface in your home. Luckily, there are some measures you can take to reduce dust buildup, so you can go longer in between cleanings. Here are five to get you started: Dust 101 Dust is comprised of a number of different particles, including dead skin cells, cloth fibers, pet dander, pollen and dust mites. For many, it’s just an eye sore, but for those with allergies, asthma, […]
January 27, 2015

Repair Ductwork Holes in Your Home by Following These Simple Steps

The airflow through your home’s HVAC system relies on the pressurization of ductwork. Any holes, cracks or separations in your ductwork allows air to escape, and leaks in the system can decrease its efficiency. You’ll even notice your utility bills seem higher than normal. You can repair ductwork holes on your own by following these simple steps. Turn your thermostat off, don your safety glasses and do a thorough inspection of your system’s ducts, noting any areas with holes. Use a […]