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February 19, 2013

Static Electricity: More Than a Nuisance – It Can Also Be Costly

You’re familiar with the crackle of static electricity: shirts that cling together in the washer, hair that won’t stay tamed and doorknobs that shock you when you open them. But what you may not know is the danger that static can pose to computers and other electronics. It is capable of shorting out sensitive components and incurring costly repair bills. Static electricity is the buildup of electric charge on a surface, such as the aforementioned shirts, hair or skin. The […]
February 12, 2013

Whole-House Humidifier: Don’t Neglect Winter Maintenance

The Peachtree City area is beautiful, but also very humid. While you can’t control the outdoor relative humidity, you can control the humidity inside your home. A whole-house humidifier will help to maintain a comfortable indoor environment year round. However, regular maintenance, especially in the winter, is important to ensure your humidifier is working as efficiently as possible. Maintenance tips for whole-house humidifiers  Check that both the saddle valve and the solenoid valve are turning freely. The saddle valve is attached […]
January 3, 2013

3 Steps To Improving Indoor Air Quality This Winter

As winter rolls around, you’re likely thinking about the holidays, and trimming a tree and hanging your stockings with care. However, what you might not be thinking about is your home’s indoor air quality. Did you know that research shows that the air inside our homes and offices is often more polluted than the outside air? Poor indoor air quality increases the risk and symptoms of allergies, asthma, and other airborne-related illnesses for you and your loved ones. However, you can […]
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 […]