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March 3, 2014

Common Ductless Heating System Repairs

Ductless heating and cooling systems have started to make the leap from the commercial world—where they have long been popular in businesses such as restaurants—over to the residential world. Ductless mini split heat pumps give homeowners the advantages of a heat pump…

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 6, 2014

Why You Shouldn’t Wait for a Breakdown Before Calling for Heating Repair

For small appliances around our home, such as toasters and microwaves, we are accustomed to waiting for the device to break down before we consider repairs for it… and in most cases, we won’t repair it, just purchase a replacement.

January 28, 2014

Why Install an Electric Furnace Instead of a Gas One?

Natural gas-powered furnaces are the most popular type in contemporary homes. Heating companies often recommend them because of their low cost of operation and their heating effectiveness. However, electric furnaces are a good option for many homes as well.

January 21, 2014

SEER and HSPF: How Heating Pump Efficiency Is Measured

Trying to understand the technical specifications of complex machines can turn bewildering. Heat pumps are no exception. Don’t worry: with a skilled technician helping you either with selecting a heat pump or repairing one, you’ll have a guide through the technical maze.

January 13, 2014

Heating Problems Caused by a Faulty Thermostat

Modern heating systems are intricate and complex devices designed to provide you with maximum comfort in conjunction with energy savings and safety. Among all the workings of furnaces and heat pumps…

January 6, 2014

The Advantages of a Variable Speed Furnace

Though there are many different heating options to choose from, traditional furnaces remain a popular option for home heating in Atlanta. The centralized systems used a system of duct to push heated air through your home…

December 18, 2013

Causes of Uneven Heating from a Furnace

An effective furnace in your home should keep the rooms evenly warm. If you start to discover rooms that are colder than you expect, it might indicate leaking in the insulation, poor sealing around the windows of outside doors…

December 9, 2013

Why Does My Heating Shut Off When My Home Is Still Cold?

Although we don’t need to rely on our heating systems for many months during the year in Georgia, they are still important for those stretches of cool days and chilly nights that come along during the winter. You want to make sure that your heater…

November 18, 2013

How a Faulty Relay Affects Your Electric Furnace

Furnaces have used an astonishing array of different fuel sources in their long history of providing people with heat during the chilly season. Eventually, the furnace entered the electrical age, and many of the most popular models today…

November 4, 2013

Heating Repair in Atlanta: Reasons Your Furnace Keeps Cycling On and Off

You should pay close attention on those early days when you first start using your heating system again after a long summer respite. Signs of potential trouble can crop up then, and if you spot them, you can call in the cavalry before the days get too cold.

October 29, 2013

How Installation Affects Heating System Performance

In the question of heating installation, Atlanta GA residents need to take care. A good, reliable installation will help your new furnace perform at peak efficiency. One that uses shoddier parts, with a technician that rushes through the installation process…

October 21, 2013

Atlanta, GA Heating Guide: Insulation and Your Heating System

Insulation forms a thermal barrier in every location where it’s installed in your home. Life in Georgia would be far less pleasant without it, because during our long summer season the insulation keeps heat out, and during the short but stormy winter season, it keeps heat in.

October 15, 2013

How Can Heating Maintenance in Atlanta Protect My Comfort?

Our mild climate is one of the benefits of living here, and your heating system tends to get an easier workload as a result. Ironically, that actually makes routine maintenance from a qualified expert even more important than it might be elsewhere in the country.

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…

September 30, 2013

Heating Repair in Atlanta: Heat Pump Won’t Turn On

We don’t often think of heating repair in Atlanta, where summers are hot and winters are mild. Air conditioning services hold more importance for us on muggy days, and while the winter nights can get a bit chilly, they don’t present the some kind of serious concerns…

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