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How Can You Tell If Your Heat Pump Needs Replacement?

May 31st, 2016

A heat pump is a heating and cooling system in one, with the power to move heat outside of a home (to cool it) or move heat indoors in the winter. This is an extremely convenient system, especially in Georgia where the warm climate makes heat pumps operate more efficiently than they might throughout the year in other parts of the country.

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3 Things to Keep in Mind After an AC Installation

May 30th, 2016

Your new air conditioning installation should operate more efficiently and perform better than your older system. You’re looking forward to dealing with fewer repairs and lower bills, but there are still a few things you should keep in mind to make sure you get the most out of your new installation.

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How an Energy Audit Can Help Your Home

May 24th, 2016

Do you feel like your energy bills are out of control? Do things get worse in the summertime heat, when your air conditioning system seems to use far too much electricity? There may be a way to get things back on track.

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What Is Variable Speed Technology and How Does It Work?

May 23rd, 2016

Usually, an air conditioning system (or a heat pump) only operates at one speed. When the thermostat is set to 78° but it’s 80° in the house, the air conditioner turns on at the only speed it can. When the temperature goes back down to 78° again, the system shuts down.

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Repair vs. Replacement: What’s Right for My AC?

May 17th, 2016

You know that your air conditioning system is in trouble, but you’re not sure how severe the problem has gotten. Temperatures don’t appear to be quite right, and you might notice problems with startup or shorter runtimes than usual. But does this mean you need to replace your system? And how can you know for sure?

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Why You Should Sign Up for a Maintenance Agreement this Spring

May 16th, 2016

Have you ever had to deal with a broken-down air conditioning or heating system? Many people have dealt with this unfortunate scenario. And, of course, it never comes at a convenient time. In fact, air conditioning systems are most likely to break down in the middle of a hot day, when you feel like you need it the most.

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Saving Money on a New Heat Pump

May 10th, 2016

A heat pump is a system that provides both heating and cooling—unlike most systems that only do one or the other. Typically, you have an air conditioning unit that is separate from your furnace, and you have to service and replace them separately as well.

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How an HVAC Technician Can Help to Get Your Allergy Symptoms Under Control

May 9th, 2016

Have you ever noticed that, when you turn on your air conditioning and heating systems, your allergy symptoms tend to get worse? Many people have, and even if this isn’t a regular occurrence for you, you should know that an HVAC system might be responsible for worsening recurrent allergies.

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Do You Need a New Air Conditioner If Temperatures Are Too High?

May 3rd, 2016

You can feel air coming out of the vents in your living room. You know that the air conditioner is running and that it’s at least trying to cool down your home. The air coming out of the vents might not be hot—just not quite cool enough.

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Could Changing the Air Filter Help Fix Your AC?

May 2nd, 2016

It’s possible! Your air conditioner has a number of parts—some of which use electricity and motors, some of which help refrigerant on its path through the system, and some of which stay still and don’t seem to contribute much at all. Of course, this just isn’t true: every component of your air conditioner is important including the air filter.

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