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The Importance Of Heating Maintenance

Don’t Ignore Heating Maintenance HVAC maintenance is essential to keep your system running smoothly. As the crisp autumn air sets in, our thoughts turn to cozy nights by the fireplace and the comforting warmth of central heating. However, before you crank up the thermostat, it’s crucial to ensure your HVAC system is in top condition for the season ahead. Preventative maintenance is essential for optimizing performance, extending the lifespan of your system, and averting costly breakdowns. Prevents breakdowns: Regular maintenance can help identify potential problems before they cause major breakdowns. This can save you money on costly repairs and keep your home comfortable all winter long. Improves efficiency: A clean and well-maintained system will operate more efficiently, saving you money on your energy bills. Enhances indoor air quality: Dirty filters and ducts can trap dust, pollen, and other pollutants, which can aggravate allergies and respiratory problems. Regular cleaning can help improve indoor air quality and keep your family healthy. Extends system lifespan: Proper care and maintenance can help extend the lifespan of your HVAC system, saving you money in the long run. Peace of mind: Knowing that your system is in good condition can give you peace of mind during the cold winter months. Cleaning Your HVAC System Dust, dirt, and debris […]

Comfort for Heroes: Special Discounts on HVAC Systems

We have partnered with American Standard and Mitsubishi Electric to give our military, first responders, and educators the comfort they deserve! The “Comfort for Heroes” Promotion awards hero-homeowners up to $825 in instant rebates on purchases of Qualifying Ductless Equipment. Eligible Participants: Active-Duty Military and Veterans First Responders (EMT, Fire, Police, Sheriff) Educators (Teachers, Administration) Nurses Ductless Systems are perfect for your: Basement Home Office Sunroom Porch Or any other room that needs comfort Get a Free Estimate Please be sure to mention the Comfort for Heroes program when you schedule your free estimate by calling 770-271-7511 or booking online.

The Best Time to Buy Variable Speed HVAC Systems

If you’re looking to purchase an HVAC system such as an air conditioner or heat pump, you’ve likely come across the terms variable speed, two-stage, and single-stage. But what do they mean? In a nutshell, these terms are referring to the speed(s) at which your system can work to cool or heat your home.   What is a Single-stage System? Single-stage, or single-speed, systems are the most basic systems. They have two settings: on or off. This means they operate at full capacity or not at all. These systems work at full speed to cool down your home, then shut off completely once the desired indoor temperature is reached. Because they frequently switch from on to off and only operate at 100% max speed, single-stage systems are less expensive upfront but usually the most expensive to operate.   What is a Two-stage System? Two-stage, or two-speed, systems add more variety by offering a high and low setting. In most cases, the low stage operates around 65 percent capacity, while the high stage operates at 100 percent capacity. Compared to single-stage systems, the two-stage system offers a middle ground for temperature control. Because it’s not operating at high speed all the […]

Referral Bonus for Heating Repairs & Heating Systems

Know someone with heating problems? Refer them to us and earn money! ✅ Get a $25 Visa gift card if your referral books any heating service. ✅ Get a $100 Visa gift card if they replace their heating system! Simply have your referral mention your name when they contact us for heating service or heating repairs. Thanks for your trust in us to professionally service the homes of your friends and family.

Practical Tips to Best Take Good Care of Your Furnace

Practical Tips to Best Take Good Care of Your Furnace

The furnace consumes about 45% of the energy used by the average American family. Having your furnace serviced regularly is crucial if you want it to function at its best. Several factors go into making the correct equipment and keeping it in good condition. The Best Ways to Take Care of Your Furnace In general, many people wait until a problem emerges before taking action. It doesn’t matter if you don’t use your equipment for weeks on end if you detect an issue when in regular use. Using this helpful checklist, you can keep up on the status of your furnace. 1. Replace or Clean Out Your Filter You can’t expect your furnace to function as efficiently with a blocked air filter. Depending on the state of your furnace, it is advised that you change your air filters every 30 to 90 days. 2. Keep the Blower Motor Working Correctly The blower motor drives the fan that circulates the furnace’s air. The blowers in most furnaces also supply air for the cooling system. After the heating element in the furnace has heated the air to the desired temperature, the motor pushes the hot air through the heat exchanger. Warm air […]

4 Tips to Stay Cozy this Winter

With evening temperatures dipping well below freezing, we are in prime territory for furnaces to fail. Here are four tips to keep you and your family as comfy as a cup of hot cocoa: 1) Make sure you have a fresh filter in place for proper air flow. Your furnace will already be working hard, so don’t stifle the airflow with a clogged filter. 2) Higher thermostat settings don’t lead to greater comfort in extremely cold weather. Keep your thermostat at a moderate temperature like 68-70 degrees. Bumping it higher only increases the workload on your system as it works to reach a temperature it may never hit, while driving your energy bills through the roof. 3) If you haven’t had a tune-up or professional maintenance in a while, now is the time. An inexpensive heating tune-up now can prevent a major repair down the road and extend the life of your system. You don’t want your furnace failing in the middle of the night. Hot tip: Get $40 off any maintenance plan when you call 770-271-7511 and mention this post. 4) For the ultimate peace of mind, consider our System Care Program and never pay for repairs again. For […]

5 Fall Home Heating Tips

Happy First Day of Fall!  Eleanor has 5 tips to keep it from being a ruff winter. 1) Change your filter every 60-90 days, or every 30 days if you have pets. A clogged filter makes your system work overtime, driving up energy bills. 2) Make sure you aren’t covering your home’s air vents and returns with furniture, rugs and drapes. Proper air flow prevents hot and cold spots in your home. 3) Take a walk around your home’s interior and exterior, looking for leaks and gaps around doors and windows that could be sealed or fixed. Don’t let the air you’re paying to heat escape your home! 4) Speaking of air escaping, when’s the last time your ductwork was inspected? According to the Department of Energy, an average of 30% of all heated and cooled area escapes into attics, crawlspaces and basements due to leaky ductwork. Yikes! Heating these spaces is literally throwing money away. 5) You wouldn’t let your car go a year without maintenance, and you shouldn’t let your HVAC system do the same. A Fall Tune-up is the easiest way to keep it in tip-top shape and avoid major repairs when temperatures plummet. Plus, you can […]

How to Safely Heat Your Home This Winter

Have you seen the chilly forecast for next week? The lows are dipping into the mid 30’s, and your heating system needs to be ready for the season! Just like changing the oil in your car, your HVAC system needs maintenance twice per year. Our 21-point heating tune-up is one of the few in the area that includes a combustion analysis, which inspects for microscopic cracks in your furnace that could emit harmful carbon monoxide into your home. Invisible to the naked eye, these cracks can only be detected by our combustion analyzer tool. Schedule a Heating Tune-up and enjoy the peace of mind that comes from making sure your furnace or heat pump is in top shape and peak efficiency. You’ll sleep better at night and love seeing lower energy bills this winter! How to Schedule Your Tune-up: Contact us or call us at 770-271-7511

Your Homeowner Checklist for Fall Heating Season

Fall is officially here, and the beautiful weather signals much cooler temperatures right around the corner. Here are a few tips to make sure your home is ready for heating season. With families like yours spending more time at home than ever, be sure to take these precautions now before your system is competing with freezing temperatures later. 1. Change your air filter. You should swap your filters every 60 days, or every 30 days if you have pets who shed. A clean filter keeps air flowing effortlessly through your system, instead of a dirty filter clogging your system. 2. Turn your heating system on. Turn on your heating system and check your vents to make sure it’s blowing warm air. Remember, if it hasn’t been on in a while there might be a light burning smell. That’s typically just dust that settled in your system since it was last used. 3. Make sure the area around your furnace is clean. Lint and dust around your furnace can be a hazard. Plus, move any boxes, cleaning supplies or materials that could impede air flow or become hazardous. Keep 2 feet of clearance around the system for safety and easy access. […]

Georgia Power Rebates: Up to $750 for Switching to Electric Heat Pump

Ready to reduce the cost of heating and cooling your home by up to 30%and stay comfortable all year round? Only the efficiency of an electric heat pump system can deliver both. Schedule your switch today and you could even get a rebate of up to $750. The Benefits of Switching to an Electric Heat Pump: All year comfort Heats and Cools Year-round Efficiency Lower long-term operating cost No flame or combustion Ready for one of our friendly comfort consultants to share affordable and efficient options for your home *and* to take advantage of these amazing rebates? Contact us today!

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