service and maintenance

September 29, 2011

Remember To Put Draining The Water Heater On Your Autumn To-Do List

Autumn is beautiful in Peachtree City. The trees are turning golden, the weather is beginning to cool, and the children are back in school. As nice as it would be to just spend all of this season relaxing and enjoying ourselves, we know we have to use at least some of this time to get ready for winter. And one of the things to put on the to-do list is draining the water heater. Doing this annually will extend the […]
April 5, 2012

Maximize Heat Recovery Ventilator Performance With These 5 Operating Tips

Your heat recovery ventilator serves to remove stale, polluted air from your home and replace it with fresh air from the outside. Thanks to the heat recovery feature, you enjoy fresh, clean air in your home without the high utility bills associated with leaky homes. Here are five operating tips to help you maximize the performance of your newly installed heat recovery ventilator. Use low-speed operation when appropriate: If your home is tightly sealed, you should plan to run your heat […]
April 17, 2012

3 Tips For Improving Indoor Air Quality In Homes With Allergy Sufferers

If you suffer from allergies, you probably have to take care when you go outside to avoid an attack. Some people with severe symptoms even wear a mask when necessary. You might assume that when you are at home you are at much less risk of an allergy attack. However, if you have a poorly maintained HVAC system, you can often suffer just as badly in your own living room. Fortunately, there are three simple methods for improving indoor air quality […]
April 19, 2012

A/C Upgrades — How An HVAC Expert Can Help You Make The Best Choice

If you need an A/C upgrade this spring, it’s easy to start searching for what’s available by going online. While you can gather information from online resources about different aspects of air conditioners, choosing the kind you want is best done with an HVAC expert at your side because HVAC equipment is probably the most complex and expensive equipment you have in your home. The first step in choosing your system is determining its size. Going by the label on your […]