Dayco Systems Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Atlanta’

Ductless AC vs Window Unit – Which is Better?

Monday, April 12th, 2021
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Perhaps for years now, you’ve been “getting by” with window AC units in each room of your home.  But what if you could do much more than just “get by”? You should be able to enjoy comfort in your home as affordably and effectively as possible, and that’s not always possible with a window unit.

More and more homeowners are discovering the benefits of going ductless—not only for their cooling needs but even their heating needs too. The real question, though, is ductless right for your specific home and needs? Or is sticking with window units the better option for you? Read on as we uncover the pros and cons of each option.

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How Does a 2 Zone HVAC System Work?

Monday, March 8th, 2021
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Temperatures are slowly but surely warming up, letting us know that spring is right around the corner and summer isn’t very far behind. You may think it’s not quite time yet to start thinking about your air conditioner, but we beg to differ. Now is the perfect time to start thinking about your air conditioner.

If you have an aging system and are considering a replacement this year, you may be considering a 2 zone HVAC system. A zoned HVAC system splits your home into “zones” using motorized dampers, controlled by external thermostats, which are placed in the ductwork. This allows you to turn off cooling (or heating) to one section of the home while still providing other sections of the home with cooling or heating. Will this type of cooling or heating benefit your home? Read on to find out!

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Signs That It’s Time for a Heater Upgrade

Monday, January 11th, 2021

With everything going on in our country this year, it can be easy to forget that you need to prioritize your own needs, particularly when it comes to home comfort. One of the most common calls we get in the wintertime is heating emergencies—a heater that’s completely broken down all of the sudden, or has stopped blowing out warm air. This is what happens when you:

  1. Skip maintenance too many years in a row, or
  2. Don’t replace your heater when it starts showing signs of failure.

Nobody wants to replace their heater prematurely, nor do they want to be stuck in the cold without a functioning heating system. We get this. This is why we’ve shared below some signs you can watch out for that it’s time to upgrade your heater. Heeding these tips could be the difference between home comfort and suffering in chilly temperatures this year.

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