What Are Business Owners Doing About Their HVAC Systems During COVID-19?

September 21st, 2020
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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!

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AC Trouble: Don’t Ignore These 6 Ominous Sounds!

September 7th, 2020
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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.

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4 Reasons Your Air Conditioner Might Break Down

August 24th, 2020
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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.

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Getting Control of Germ Transmission in Your Home

August 10th, 2020
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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!

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AC Tips for One of the Hottest Months of the Year!

July 27th, 2020
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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.

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Considering Going Ductless? Here’s What You Should Know!

July 13th, 2020
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If there is anything homeowners are prioritizing during this time, it’s how to make their home lives more comfortable. After all, we’re still going to be spending a lot of time indoors in the foreseeable future. With so much uncertainty, it’s nice to have some assurance that our homes can be a safe and comfortable sanctuary. That’s why if you’re considering a new AC purchase right now, we think you should look into going ductless!

Of course, if you do decide to go the ductless route, we can’t understate the importance of hiring a professional to do the installation. This includes any follow-up services you’ll need, like routine maintenance and occasional repairs. And that’s the thing—without professional, experienced staff you could find yourself facing unique repair needs that you wouldn’t have had you gone with a pro. Read on as we uncover these needs and what you should know about going ductless.

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Fun Activities to Enjoy at Home This 4th of July

June 29th, 2020

It’s no secret that this Independence Day is going to look different from years prior. Firework shows and festivities are getting canceled to make sure families and communities stay safe while we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. For families with small children, or even single folks living alone, this can mean an upheaval in plans and the usual fun you experience this time each year.

Fortunately, we have some ideas to help. Read on!

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Is Your Air Conditioner Off to a Good Start This Summer?

June 15th, 2020
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Several weeks back, we mentioned how important it was for you to schedule your next AC maintenance appointment. This is the best way to ensure that it is ready to operate as efficiently and effectively as possible throughout the summer. The official start of summer may be right around the corner, but unless your AC has completely broken down, it’s not too late to schedule that tune-up.

Regardless of whether you have scheduled this or not, however, old age can play a factor in repair needs, and it’s always a good idea to know how to spot the need for repairs in your system. One of the biggest signs failing air conditioners make is noisy operation. But what noises are we referring to, and why should you care? Read on!

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Here Comes the Humidity: Beat the Heat This Summer!

June 1st, 2020
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With summer well on its way, temperatures already rising, and uncertainty around just how much we’ll be able to be out and about this coming season, it’s time to prepare for one of the most uncomfortable climate experiences we have here in Georgia—humidity.

If you’re wondering if an air conditioner helps dehumidify your air, yes, it does. But that is not what your air conditioner is designed for! In fact, humidity can make you feel warmer and adjust your thermostat lower so that the compressor runs longer. This means you’re more likely to experience breakdowns and it’s more likely you’ll shorten the air conditioner’s lifespan.

The solution? A whole-house dehumidifier!

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How to Protect Your Home Comfort in Times of Uncertainty

May 18th, 2020
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In our last blog post, we gave you some home projects to consider this summer to make your household aesthetically pleasing and more pleasurable to be in. After all, in these times of uncertainty, we may be spending more hours indoors than outdoors lately.

We are all for fun projects and will continue to share ideas with you! But we also want to look at the practical aspects of homeownership and help you make sure your home and budget are protected, no matter the outside circumstances. Read on as we uncover some ideas we have for how to protect your home comfort this season!

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