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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 […]
June 24, 2014

A Refrigerant Charge May Be All You Need to Keep Cool this Summer

If you have noticed that your air conditioner has been operating with less efficiency recently, or that it is not cooling rooms to the level that it did when first installed, you should check the refrigerant level before taking any drastic steps . Ordinarily levels of refrigerant remain pretty much constant in your cooling system, unless a leak develops and the refrigerant escapes. Before you think about costly air conditioning repairs or even replacement of your system, you should check […]
June 19, 2014

Don’t Overburden Your A/C – Lighten the Load on Your HVAC System

Summer temperatures are already here, and if you’re a homeowner or business owner in Georgia, your HVAC system probably gets a lot of use all season long. Unless you fully optimize its efficiency, you’re wasting money, and you might be overworking your air conditioner without even realizing it. Whether you’re still in the construction process or have lived in your home for years, you have plenty of options for increasing your efficiency and lowering your bills. Don’t forget to schedule preventative maintenance for your HVAC system; […]
June 17, 2014

Ice on Your A/C Means Big Trouble

We associate ice with being cool but if there is ice on your A/C that is a sign that something is wrong. When frost starts to appear anywhere in the cooling system, you need to have the system checked out by a professional to make sure you are not sweating through a long, hot Georgia summer. The most common spot for ice on your A/C is on the tubing from your indoor blower to the outdoor condenser. When ice appears […]