It’s easy to see how a ductless mini split system solves the problems that ductwork offers: it doesn’t have any ducts!
Humidity isn’t only tough on people. It’s tough on air conditioners. Cooling systems can suffer from specific problems due to the high humidity levels.
Making sure that your AC is ready for the challenge of another hot and humid Georgia summer is an essential part of the spring.
With such a short cold season here in Georgia, it’s really never too early to start thinking about installing a new air conditioning system if your current one is old or not working as well as it once did. In fact, this is one of the best times of the year to have installation scheduled, since it’s easier to arrange a convenient time without the big rush to beat out the big heat of the year.
There are also some preparations you’ll need to make for your air conditioning system this winter. You probably won’t need to use it during the coming months, but the outdoor unit of the system requires some special protection, otherwise it can suffer damage from the weather and even develop rust and other kinds of corrosion.
We recommend you pay special attention to your air conditioning system at this time of the year to catch warnings that it’s under too much stress and needs repair technicians to take a look at it. Here are some signs to look for:
Last week, we wrote a blog post about making the choice to replace an aging air conditioner. The fall is a good season to have this work done, and if you’ve decided that you are ready for a new AC installation, we strongly recommend you look into a Daikin air conditioning system.
As we move into the second half of the summer, we recommend that you keep a close watch on how your air conditioning system is running. When you notice anything out of the ordinary, call for our technicians right away.
Many homes in the area have their air conditioning systems housed in the attic. There’s nothing wrong with that location, unless the air conditioner starts to leak water.
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As we move into spring, air conditioning systems will start to perform more and more work to keep houses cooled down. The stress level will rise as the summer approaches, which is why it’s vital that you have your residential AC professionally maintained at this time of the year. This
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.
It’s the start of a new year, which is as good a time as any to start making improvements to your home to help you stay comfortable and save energy. A major recommendation we make to our customers is to upgrade their old thermostats to new programmable models.
There are certain questions our Comfort Zone Heating & Cooling technicians hear with regularity, and one of them is “how long will my heating system last?” This can be a dicey question, as part of the answer lay with the type of system you have, and the other part of the answer lay with how well your maintain your system.
The cooler air is settling in, changing your HVAC needs from cooling to heating. But this doesn’t mean you should just switch to heat mode and forget about your air conditioner’s outdoor unit.
While other areas of the country are starting to see cooler temperatures, we are still in the thick of our hot weather here in Alpharetta, GA. This means your AC is running around the clock to make your home dry, cool and comfortable in the midst of our heat and humidity.