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Beat the Heat: Get Your Air Conditioner Tune-up in the Spring!

The official start of spring is almost here, and temperatures are warming up. You’re probably looking forward to the change in the weather—but you also need to make sure your home’s cooling system is prepared as well.

How Often Should You Schedule Preventive Maintenance for a Heat Pump?

Heat pumps are 2-in-1 devices, offering your home both heating and cooling. There are a few attributes of a heat pump system that make it different from more traditional and separate, and one of these is scheduling bi-annual maintenance.

HVAC Myth: Low Indoor Humidity Is Not a Problem in Georgia Homes

Georgia is certainly known for its humidity during the summer months, but if you have a forced air system that heats your home during the winter months, you may experience the opposite problem: air that is too dry. When your air doesn’t have enough humidity, it isn’t just uncomfortable.

Furnace or Heat Pump: What’s the Right Heating System for Your Atlanta, Georgia Home?

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…

Is It Time to Swap Out Your Programmable Thermostat for a Nest?

There are thermostats, and then there is the Nest thermostat. The Nest thermostat is a smart thermostat, but it is far more than that – it actually learns. It learns your habits and your heating and cooling patterns so that it can manage your HVAC system on its own. And now the power of Nest has been added to Daikin heating and cooling products, of which Comfort Zone Heating & Air are proud purveyors.

Four Signs It’s Time to Call for Air Conditioner Repair

It’s pretty clear that if your whole home air conditioner isn’t working at all that it’s time to call an expert for help, but what about those unsure times when your AC is still running but something is off? The thing to remember that just because your air conditioner may be running doesn’t mean it’s running well or as it should.

Atlanta AC Tips: 5 Low-Tech Ways to Save Energy this Summer

Everyone wants to make their home more energy efficient, it not only saves you money but it also makes your home more environmentally friendly. Upgrading your Atlanta HVAC equipment is a great place to start, but it can be hard to decide what to do first.

Air Conditioner Tonnage: What It Means and Why It Matters

Tonnage is a confusing term because it doesn’t have anything to do with how much the air conditioner weighs.

A Whole-House Dehumidifier Makes Your Atlanta Home Healthier and More Comfortable

The whole point of installing a whole home air conditioning system is to feel cool and dry in your indoor living spaces. If you are feeling excess moisture in the air, your AC may need some help, and one of the best tools available is a whole home dehumidifier. Room dehumidifiers can help a little bit with dehumidifying a certain space, but to truly relieve your home of excess moisture, it’s best to install a whole house option.

Considering a Heat Pump for Your North Atlanta Home? Look for the Energy Star Logo.

You are almost certainly familiar with EnergyStar ratings. They are those little stars you see on a lot of common household appliances, consumer electronics and other products. EnergyStar is a government program run by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy…