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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.

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…

The 20 Degree Spread: What It Means for You

We are in the thick of summer here in Canton, GA, and it’s time to pay attention to how you are setting your thermostat so you don’t overextend your air conditioning system and your energy usage. Many homeowners struggle with what their indoor temperatures should be, so the experts at Comfort Zone HVAC want to share a good tip: use the 20 degree spread.

The Effects of Low Refrigerant Levels on your Air Conditioner

The South is known for its hot and humid summers, and with April giving way to May, residents of Canton, GA may want to schedule a maintenance session to ensure that their air conditioners are functioning at peak capacity when the weather gets warm.

Are Zone Control Systems the Same as Ductless Mini Split Systems?

Zone control systems refer to a way to divide a home up into different “zones” (often individual rooms, but sometimes as large as the upstairs and downstairs) that can have their temperatures set independently. This distinguishes them from most central heating and cooling systems, which provide the same temperature to all rooms whenever they turn on.

Common Causes of AC Short Cycling

“Short-cycling” is a condition in an air conditioner (as well as other comfort systems) where the unit does not complete its normal cooling cycle and instead shuts off early. You can usually detect short-cycling in an AC because the system will continually turn on and off…

Loud Fan Noises: An Atlanta Air Conditioning Repair Tip

Does your AC make a loud noise during operation? If so, then you should not hesitate to get it looked at by a professional technician. Your AC is a complex system with many different components, all of which cooperate to keep you comfortable during the spring and summer months.

Atlanta AC Tip: Air Duct Components and Controls

By way of various types of systems, cool air is distributed through a series of passages called ducts to create comfort and a feeling of luxury so common today we could easily take it for granted. While the purpose of air conditioning in Atlanta…