November 30th, 2020
Are you still
waiting to schedule your heating maintenance appointment? Look, we get it, that’s
the absolute last thing you want to
worry about right now. With the current state of the world and the country, you
want to think about your family’s health and safety, how you’re going to
remotely celebrate the holidays, and maybe even your indoor air quality. Your
heater is there, and that’s fine.
But what if the service you got from your heater could be great? What if you could pay less for your energy use and keep your home comfortable all winter long? This is possible! It’s possible by staying on top of your heating maintenance sessions. This should be done once a year for a standard furnace or boiler and twice a year for heat pump systems. But what actually happens during these maintenance tune-ups?
November 16th, 2020
COVID-19 has brought a lot of concerns about health to the
surface, particularly the health of our own homes. While we can’t promise any
products that will guarantee that COVID germs won’t be transmitted, we urge you
to follow the guidelines set forth by the CDC, and do what you can to help make
your home as healthy an environment as possible.
One way to do this is by making sure you’re equipped with
the right indoor air quality products and services. Most Americans spend 70% of
their time in their homes, and that number may be even higher these days. Don’t
you want to make sure the air you’re breathing there is as healthy as possible?
You can do this with a whole-house air purifier (versus a singular, portable
air purifier) Read on to learn more!
November 2nd, 2020
With everything going on in recent weeks, especially on the
political side, we bet it’s safe to say that you haven’t given your heating
system a whole lot of thought. But believe it or not, you’re going to need your
heating system pretty consistently soon, and right now is the perfect time to
schedule a tune-up to make sure it’s up for the job.
Keep reading as we uncover some of the most commonly asked questions
we get from homeowners in regards to maintenance. You’ll see just why this
service is so important and how it will benefit you.
October 19th, 2020
There is a lot going on in the country these days. There are various priorities for you to keep track of—keeping your family healthy and safe. You need to navigate the political landscape. You also need to be sure your air conditioner is in good shape.
Wait, was that last one not a priority of yours? It should
be! The last thing you need next spring when you go to use your air conditioner
again after the winter season is to be stuck with a malfunctioning or broken
down air conditioner, after all. But that’s what can happen if you neglect
repair needs. And unfortunately, this is the most common time of year for
repair needs to crop up—after a long, hot summer of use.
Read on as we uncover some of the most common late-season AC
repair needs we get called for.
October 5th, 2020
With all the news regarding COVID over the last 6 months, and the different information we’ve heard from various sources, there is one thing that is for sure–homeowners have become increasingly aware of the impact that their indoor air has on their health.
Take our last blog post for instance, where we talked about the concerns folks have about disease transmission in commercial buildings through their HVAC systems.
While we always recommend following CDC guidelines when it comes to preventing the transmission of COVID both inside your home and other buildings, as well as outdoors, there are certainly steps you can take to encourage a healthier home overall.
After all, illnesses aside, indoor air quality is often worse than that of the air outdoors anyway. Read on to learn more about this and how UV germicidal lights can help in the fight for healthier air.
September 21st, 2020
Business owners throughout Georgia and the rest of the country are still and for the foreseeable future navigating pandemic reopenings, return-to-work plans for their employees, and safe business practices for their customers through social distancing and mask-wearing.
This all takes a lot of planning and strategy. With new developments cropping up on a weekly basis. One of the latest concerns is how to make air conditioning and heating systems safe in this pandemic era. Read on to learn more!
September 7th, 2020
Did you know this is the time of year that you are most likely to experience air conditioner problems? The reason for this is because by now, your air conditioner has been running a lot and even a well-maintained system will accumulate a lot of wear and tear over the summer.
If an air conditioning system isn’t well maintained, it’s even more likely that something will go wrong. The most likely way a homeowner can actually detect if something has gone wrong is through strange, maybe even ominous, noises. Read on to learn about six we think you should know about.
August 24th, 2020
Nobody wants their air conditioner to break down. But if you don’t care for it as you should, that’s exactly what can happen. Fortunately, you have our team on your side if this does happen, to make recommendations for repairs or perhaps even a system upgrade if your AC was on its last legs anyway.
While that’s great though, you’d probably like to know what the top reasons are for this happening to begin with so you can prevent it from happening, right? Read on as we uncover 4 of these top reasons.
August 10th, 2020
Germ transmission has understandably been a huge area of focus for homeowners and families throughout the country these days. With the Coronavirus outbreak, many families are searching for ways to keep their homes safer and healthier. We can’t guarantee any products will reduce your risk, but are actively monitoring the COVID-19/Coronavirus situation and taking steps to help keep our communities safe.
What we can do, is inform you of the indoor air quality products that will help keep your home cleaner and family healthier in general. By implementing the right practices inside our own homes, including hand washing and covering our mouths when we sneeze or cough, we can improve our own immunities and ideally limit our risk of germ and virus transmission!
July 27th, 2020
August is almost upon us, and anyone who has lived here for at least a year can tell you this month is one of the hottest, right? Our air conditioners go through a lot of work, and it’s hard on the equipment! Energy bills rise and it can convince even the most extravagant homeowners to tighten up their belts a bit.
But does this mean you shouldn’t use your air conditioner? Absolutely not!
It just means that you might want to take some steps to ensure that you’re using your cooling system as efficiently as possible. The good news is, this is fairly easy to do. It doesn’t require much effort from you at all. Read on to learn what these efficiency tips are.