Category: Energy Savings

May 24, 2018

The Effects of Dirty Air Filters

We recommend changing your filter every four to six weeks to maintain healthy indoor air quality. Understandably, this task is easily forgotten, but it’s important to keep in mind that, when your filter’s dirty, so…

April 13, 2018

HRV and ERV Systems: Improve Indoor Air Quality While Saving Energy and Money

With an increasing effort to make homes more energy-efficient, homes are becoming more insulated and weatherproof, making air quality and air circulation a major concern. To maintain indoor air quality, a home requires a mechanical…

February 22, 2018

Why You Should Replace Your Furnace and AC at the Same Time

Your home’s heating system is more likely to break down completely during the coldest days of the year. The average person doesn’t keep their home’s HVAC unit at the forefront of their thoughts during the…

December 26, 2016

Why You Don’t Want the Heat Up Too High This Winter

People often misunderstand how thermostats actually work. Even the most intricate “smart” thermostat with multiple features still functions essentially as a switch: it turns the heater and blower on and off based on the readings of the temperature.

November 7, 2016

An Autumn Tale of Air Conditioning of Yesteryear: The Car Cooler

At this time of the year, we thought you might appreciate a story about the early days of air conditioning. It’s one most people don’t know much about… the car cooler.

March 21, 2016

Watch for These Early Season Air Conditioning Problems!

Spring has now officially arrived, and that means we can soon anticipate rising temperatures as we start the upward climb toward summer. There will still be some cool days ahead, but you can expect to have your air conditioning system operating on a regular basis fairly soon.

November 30, 2015

Why Consider an Electric Furnace?

If you are in the position of choosing a new heating system for your home, one of your options is an electric furnace. Many homeowners initially balk at the idea of an electric furnace as they garnered a bad reputation not too long ago.

February 25, 2014

Which Heating System Is the Easiest to Install?

If you’re looking into a new heating system, the question is extremely important: what heating system is the easiest to install? In point of fact it depends on your particular circumstances. Here in Atlanta, heating installation services can inspect your home…

February 17, 2014

How to Cut Down On Your Heating Bills

Here in Atlanta, heating bills tend to be lower than in other parts of the country, since our winters are mild and snowfall is rare. That doesn’t mean we can’t lower our heating bills with a little judicious preparation and foresight.

October 7, 2013

Atlanta Heating Guide: Furnaces vs. Heat Pumps

If you find yourself juggling the decision about which heating system is right for your home, a furnace or a heat pump, you need all the information possible to decide which will work best. The reversing heat pump, which operates as both a heater an air conditioner…

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