Dayco Systems Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Acworth’

Commercial AC Maintenance: Strategies for Efficiency and Comfort

Monday, March 27th, 2023

Maintenance. It’s not a word people find thrilling or exciting to hear. It tends to have the same feeling as the word chore does when you’re a child. But chores need to be done, and when it comes to taking care of a business, maintenance needs to be done even more. 

Thankfully, you’re not a child anymore who has to do chores—with maintenance, you call on experienced commercial technicians to do the job for you so it gets done right and you can worry about the parts of your business you directly manage.

Now that spring has arrived, it’s time to get your commercial facility set up to take on the heat—and that means arranging for commercial AC maintenance. The efficiency and comfort of your facility depend on it.

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How Inverter AC Systems Can Save You Money on Your Energy Bills

Monday, March 13th, 2023

You might think of air conditioning technology as relatively stable, if not stagnant. ACs haven’t changed much over the past twenty years, or maybe thirty to forty years.

This isn’t true, however! Cooling and heating manufacturers are always looking for ways to improve their products, especially in the realm of energy efficiency. Reducing the amount of energy air conditioner models consume not only improves the finances of the homeowners who have them installed, they contribute overall to a healthier environment. 

One of the key developments in AC technology is the inverter air conditioner. These systems, often referred to as high-efficiency air conditioning systems, are becoming more popular with homeowners. We install the top brand of inverter air conditioners in Acworth, GA and throughout Metro Atlanta, and we’d like to show you how installing one of these cooling systems can help you save on your monthly energy bills.

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Should I Get an Air Quality Test for My Home?

Monday, February 27th, 2023

People commonly think of air pollution as something that affects the outdoor air. They don’t connect it to the air in their homes. It’s true that outdoor air pollution is an issue, but poor indoor air quality is also a major problem. The US EPA has identified it as one of the most significant health threats in the country.

The good news is that, while you can’t do much about outdoor air pollution, you do have control over the air in your home thanks to indoor air quality (IAQ) devices and methods. It starts with arranging for an air quality test. 

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HVAC Tips for Pet Owners

Monday, February 13th, 2023

You know that your HVAC system is designed to keep your family comfortable, whether the temperature outdoors has dropped below freezing or risen into the high 90s. But don’t forget about your furry and feathery friends who are also part of your family! Just because your dog has a fur coat doesn’t mean he doesn’t have to worry about low temperatures. Having pets in your home requires putting some thought into your HVAC system and your indoor air quality in Acworth, GA. Here are some important HVAC tips to help you and your pets.

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4 Thermostat Tips For Keeping Your Home Warm

Monday, January 23rd, 2023

The thermostat is how you control the heating in your house during winter, but people often don’t realize how a few bad habits with thermostat settings can harm comfort and cause a rise in heating costs. Haphazard use of the thermostat can end up making your home too cold or too warm, and it will put more strain on the heating system.

We’re going to look at four tips that will help you get the best use of your thermostat and your heating system. 

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How Does a Dual Fuel System Work?

Monday, January 16th, 2023

Heat pumps are becoming more popular options for home comfort than ever before. They work as both heating and cooling systems and have high energy efficiency in the heating mode which makes them excellent energy savers compared to many furnaces. These all-electric systems can not only help homeowners with year-round comfort and savings, but also benefit the environment thanks to their efficiency.

There is a drawback to heat pumps, however: with extremely cold temperatures, they will lose energy efficiency. This is why dual fuel systems exist—heat pumps that have a “workaround” when it comes to heating during the coldest days. You may benefit from having an installation of a dual fuel system in Acworth, GA, so we’ll explain exactly what these comfort systems do.

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Why Does My Furnace Keep Turning On and Off?

Monday, January 9th, 2023

A furnace will turn on and off during the winter months, but it shouldn’t do so every few minutes. Let’s take a look at this problem and what’s causing it.

When you’re home during a cold day, you can expect to hear your furnace kick on and then run for 10–15 minutes or more before shutting off. Your house will retain enough heat for the furnace to remain off for about the same amount of time before coming back on. On an average winter day, you can expect the furnace to go through three heating cycles per hour. 

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How We Can Help You With the Inflation Reduction Act

Monday, December 19th, 2022

The passage of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 in August of this year will make an enormous positive impact on many people’s lives. The IRA contains a provision for $369 billion to help cut climate pollution in half by 2030 with ​​clean energy investments. What this means for you as a homeowner is the availability of tax credits and point-of-sale rebates that can help you install the best high-efficiency HVAC equipment.

If you’re looking to upgrade your heating and cooling system, we at Dayco Systems can help you take advantage of the rebates for switching to all-electric HVAC equipment that will reduce your utility bills. It’s a great win for everyone—you’ll help the environment, get the latest in comfort technology, and pay less to deliver cooling and warmth to your home around the year.

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Ionizer Air Purifier vs. UV Purifier

Monday, December 12th, 2022

The quest for better quality air in your home … you’ve been thinking about this for a while, maybe since 2020 when you had to spend a lot more time indoors. It’s a worthwhile quest! Pandemic or not, the quality of the air inside most homes is often three to four times worse than the air outdoors. Since you can’t always throw open your windows to let in fresh air because of the weather, you’ll want to find other solutions to help clean your air of harmful particles.

Ah, but what solutions? There are many, and you may find it difficult to choose even when it comes down to picking an air purifier. For example, should you purchase an ionizer air purifier or a UV air purifier in Acworth, GA? We can help you with information about both.

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Is Heat Pump Needed For the Winter?

Monday, December 5th, 2022

One of the best parts about using a heat pump system for your HVAC needs is that they are year-round climate control systems—providing effective cooling in the summer and heating in the winter. As the weather begins to cool, now is the perfect time to start thinking about whether you need to make an upgrade to your HVAC systems, whether it be your heater or your air conditioner.

If you’re looking at new heating systems this fall, you would do well to consider the many advantages that a heat pump brings. A heat pump operates according to the same principles of a central air conditioning system, except that it has a reversing valve that allows it to heat during the winter, and they are great for climates like our with relatively mild winters.

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