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December 13, 2022

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…

December 16, 2020

North Atlanta HVAC Tip: Why Routine HVAC Maintenance Improves Indoor Air Quality

Furnaces and air conditioners in north Atlanta are by far the most common way to circulate air throughout homes, offices and institutions, heating in the winter months and cooling in the summer. Adjust the thermostat and controlled air…

February 12, 2020

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…

February 25, 2019

Tackling Winter Humidity

Tackling Winter Humidity While summertime is the season most often associated with humidity, wet winters like this one can bring their own difficulties. At this time of year, we frequently see trouble with indoor humidity…

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…

November 27, 2017

How Leaky Ducts Can Ruin Your Heating Efficiency

Make sure that your ducts serve your heating system as well as possible this season.

December 12, 2016

Steps for Changing Your Furnace Filter over the Winter

Changing a furnace filter isn’t tough. We’ll guide you through it!

December 5, 2016

What’s That Burning Smell Coming from the Furnace?

When people first turn on their furnaces for the beginning of the cold season, it’s not unusual for them to notice a sharp, acrid smell coming from the vents. You’ll probably run into this when you fire up your furnace for the first true day of the winter chill.

November 14, 2016

A Bad Furnace Installation May Mean You Need to Replace It Early

Often in our work we’re asked by customers to replace a furnace that never seemed to work right. The original installer may have been an amateur, or lacked the appropriate training to do the work correctly.

October 10, 2016

Have Leftover Furnace Problems Fixed ASAP!

Here’s something important to consider when it comes to the furnace that will keep you warm over the coming cold season: was it experiencing trouble when you shut it down for the last time in spring? You don’t want repair problems to linger over a season and then come back to haunt you when you need the furnace working again at the end of the year!

September 26, 2016

Furnace Installation Special (And How to Know You May Need It)

But how can I tell if my furnace is ready to be replaced? This is a good question, and it’s wise for you to take into careful consideration a number of factors about your current furnace to help you make the choice.

September 5, 2016

Fall Is a Great Time to Join Our Comfort Club

When it comes to your air conditioning and heating system, the best thing you can do for both is to sign up for a regular maintenance program with a professional HVAC contractor. We offer membership in our Comfort Club maintenance program for customers who want to save money and receive the best performance possible from their home heating and cooling all around the year.

February 29, 2016

How Often Do I Need to Change My HVAC System’s Air Filter?

We often emphasize the importance of regular professional maintenance for your heating and air conditioning system. That’s why we offer membership in our Comfort Club to encourage customers to have annual professional inspections and tune-ups for both their ACs and heaters.

February 22, 2016

It’s Late Winter: Watch Out for These Furnace Troubles

We’ve entered the second half of February, but we still have plenty of cold weather remaining to keep our home furnaces busy. After a few months of steady work, furnaces will have accumulated a great deal of wear on their components, as well as dirt and dust, and because of this it’s vital that you play close attention to your furnace’s performance at this time of year.

February 15, 2016

A Short-Cycling Furnace: Why It Happens and What to Do About It

One of the more common signs of trouble that a homeowner may encounter with their furnace is when it starts to short-cycle. This describes when a furnace doesn’t finish its complete heating cycle, instead turning it off prematurely—only to start up again a short time later and repeat the process.

February 8, 2016

Sealed Furnaces vs. Atmosphere Furnaces

Furnaces have been around since the beginning of home heating, and they remain one of the best ways to provide comfort through even the coldest winters. This is because the technology of furnaces continues to advance, and newer models have greater energy efficiency ratings (AFUE) than ever before.

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