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DIY HVAC Maintenance Tips for Homeowners

Did you know that your HVAC system might not be working as efficiently as it should be? HVAC units typically become inefficient over time, which can lead to your system needing significant repairs...

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Reasons to care about your home's inside air quality

There are risks to our health everywhere. The last years have definitely taught us more about viruses and germs. Then there are concerns driving, flying, then weather and pollution. Some risks are unavoidable. Others we can recognize and do something about. There are risks we avoid because we can! Indoor air pollution is one risk that you can do something about!

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7 Mistakes OTHER HVAC Contractors Make

Heating and air conditioning contractors, like the rest of us, make mistakes. They make mistakes that hurt performance and efficiency of the HVAC systems they install and maintain. Their mistakes can hurt their customers sometimes. Their mistakes hurt their businesses too. Here are 7 of the biggest mistakes that we see around metro Atlanta.

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How To Clean Your AC Coils

We don't suggest homeowners do their own HVAC maintenance. But if you're a die-hard DIYer, than here are a few of our secret tips for cleaning your AC Coil.

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Why Evaporator Coils are Important

Evaporator coils play a vitally important role in the performance of the cooling function of your AC system by providing the cooling that is necessary to generate the cold air that keeps the indoor air of your home or business comfortable, even during the hottest of temperatures. They also play a role in the dehumidification that your HVAC system provides.

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How Much A Tune-Up Saves In Energy

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, if you neglect annual maintenance, your air conditioning performance will steadily decline. Oh, and your energy bills? Expect those to skyrocket. A seasonal tune-up costs $99, while a new air conditioner can cost anywhere between $2,000 and $7,183. The cheaper choice is obvious, right? Right!

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