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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.

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.

Atlanta HVAC Efficiency: The IRA Makes Heat Pumps Affordable for All Homeowners

In a society with an increasing an eye on reducing waste and creating energy-efficient spaces, it might not be as surprising to know that the green building market has been steadily increasing over the past few years, and in years to come…

Atlanta Air Conditioning Installation: 4 Reasons to Consider the Ductless Mini-Split

If you’re in the market for a new air conditioning system, whether as a replacement or for your new home, you might want to consider going ductless. Even people with central air will be interested to know about their high energy efficiency…

Top 5 Reasons to Always Replace Your Split AC System As a Whole

Do you need to replace one of the main components of your split AC system? If so, you are probably tempted to just replace whichever unit is failing in order to fix the problem quickly and cheaply. This is not always the best way to go, however.

Atlanta AC Tip: Why You Need AC Preventive Maintenance

Besides the cool air, what we like most about air conditioning in Atlanta is that we don’t have to do anything to still live in a cool climate when it’s boiling outside. With programmed thermostats adjusting the temperatures automatically…

Is Your AC Blowing Mold into Your Home?

Is Your AC Blowing Mold and Bacteria into Your Home? You probably don’t realize it, but the inside of your air conditioner is a pretty wet place. Along with heat, air conditioners remove excess moisture from the air. The moist air condenses into water as it passes over the evaporator coil and collects in the AC drip pan. The condensate pump then pumps the water outside or into a drain…

4 Signs There’s a Problem with Your Home’s Ductwork

There’s more to maintaining indoor comfort than a home’s furnace and air conditioner. In a forced-air HVAC system, even the best, most efficient heating and cooling units can’t do the job well if there’s a problem with the air ducts. Leaks, physical damage, and improper ductwork sizing can all have a negative impact on the air quality and indoor comfort of your home. Here are four signs your ductwork may…

How to Keep Your AC in Its Best Shape This Summer

In the middle of a Georgia summer, few things are as pleasant as walking into a cool, refreshing home after being outside in the hot sun. We know how important it is to keep your AC running smoothly when the temperatures become stifling. Here are some simple tips that will help ensure your unit stays in its best shape this summer.  Clean your outdoor unit. The harder your system has…