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A Guide to Understanding How Your Home Plumbing System Works

September 07, 2017

Are you having an issue with your home's plumbing system and not sure what is causing it?

Learn how your home's plumbing system works and you may be able to diagnose the issue yourself and prevent future ones.

Most home plumbing systems have two main components that allow for water to run to your home, and waste away.

These two main systems are called

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7 Easy Ways to Extend the Life of Your Air Conditioner - Stay Cool and Save Money

September 05, 2017

How to Extend the Life of your Air Conditioning Unit 

 Properly caring for your home's Air Conditioning Unit will ensure that it operates efficiently and continues to work the way it should throughout its life expectancy. 

Regardless of the model or size of your AC unit, you expect it to last for years.

The life expectancy of your AC unit will depend on the model of the unit. However, it has [...]

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What Every Georgia Homeowner Should Know about Air Conditioning Maintenance and Repair

July 03, 2017

So it's the middle of the sweltering summer months in Georgia and your Air Conditioner suddenly stops working.

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Save Energy and Money on Heating Bills in Winter

December 23, 2016

Saving money and energy is easier than you think! Follow these tips and you'll reduce the load on your furnace and keep your home comfortable. 

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Good Ventilation Improves Indoor Air Quality

December 23, 2016

Improve Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality With Good Ventilation!

Indoor air pollution is nothing to sneeze at – no pun intended. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency conducted a test which found that 96 percent of North American homes had an indoor air pollution problem, which led to them declaring it one of the top five risks to public health.

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Why is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air? - What does it mean?

December 23, 2016

When the chilly weather finally arrives and you have to turn on your furnace for the first time after many months of non-use, the last thing you want to find is that it’s not working.

Or, even worse, you discover that it’s actually blowing cold air! It can be incredibly frustrating to have to deal with a malfunctioning furnace right when you need it the most.

Still, there’s no reason to panic.

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Pets and Indoor Air Pollution

May 30, 2016

How do Pets Affect Indoor Air Quality?

Sacrifice is nothing new for pet-owners, who are constantly dedicating their time and money to keep their pets well-fed, groomed and exercised. But did you know you could be sacrificing your health too? “Pet dander” is a term used to describe tiny pieces of skin shed by animals with feathers or fur – including cats, dogs, rodents and birds. This dander is [...]

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How Humidity Affects Your Home's HVAC System

February 06, 2015

Humidity is tricky: Too much or too little of it can leave you feeling uncomfortable and put extra work on your home’s HVAC system. In Georgia, it’s common for humidity levels to spike during the summer and then drastically drop in the winter. These extremes in moisture levels can affect your HVAC system, and ultimately, your comfort at home.

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Signs Your Home is Losing Heat

January 29, 2015
Do you feel chilly inside your house even though the furnace is running? Is your home drafty? Are you continually turning your thermostat to higher settings, hoping your home will warm up? If so, your house may be losing heat. Often this is due to faulty workmanship and outdated components. It’s a problem that obviously needs to be addressed, in big part because your heater is having to work [...]
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Mold In Your HVAC System: Causes and Signs

October 16, 2014

According to the Remove Mold Guide, mold starts growing in HVAC systems for two primary reasons: moisture and nourishment.

The moisture is due to condensation, which typically occurs during warm months.

When your house is warm, water vapor can begin to form on the inside of your air ducts as cold air is pushed through them.

If there is a high level of humidity in the air, the water will begin [...]

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A Guide to Understanding How Your Home Plumbing System Works

Are you having an issue with your home's plumbing system and not sure what is causing it? Learn how your home's plumbing system works and you may be able to diagnose the issue yourself and prevent...Read more

7 Easy Ways to Extend the Life of Your Air Conditioner - Stay Cool and Save Money

How to Extend the Life of your Air Conditioning Unit   Properly caring for your home's Air Conditioning Unit will ensure that it operates efficiently and continues to work the way it...Read more

What Every Georgia Homeowner Should Know about Air Conditioning Maintenance and Repair

So it's the middle of the sweltering summer months in Georgia and your Air Conditioner suddenly stops working. What do you do? Unfortunately, many people do not understand how their Air Conditioning...Read more

Save Energy and Money on Heating Bills in Winter

Saving money and energy is easier than you think! Follow these tips and you'll reduce the load on your furnace and keep your home comfortable. Here are our top 12 tips for improving your home’s...Read more

Good Ventilation Improves Indoor Air Quality

Improve Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality With Good Ventilation! Indoor air pollution is nothing to sneeze at – no pun intended. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency conducted a test which found...Read more