The Key To Energy Savings
Did you know? Nearly half of all HVAC systems are installed incorrectly. While it’s assumed that homeowners would be aware of this installation defect, they rarely are. That’s because a low quality installation doesn’t mean that the unit will not work. It simply means that it will not work at the capacity that it should. What consumers may notice is that they struggle to maintain a level of comfort in their home, while their energy bill skyrockets.
Quality Insulation: It Makes a Difference
When it comes to quality insulation, the average homeowner may not know which material and method is best. In some instances, it all has to do with asking the right questions. That’s why it’s important to determine where you need your installation installed (walls, cracks, crevices, framing) as well as the recommended R-values for your area or region.
Carbon Monoxide Alarms: Protection and Prevention For Your Family
Did you know? Hundreds of people die every year due to Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning, and high levels of the gas can kill someone in a matter of minutes. While CO is naturally emitted from fuel-burning appliances (gas, oil, kerosene, wood, charcoal) in or around the home, the levels of CO are not dangerous—when appliances are functioning properly.
What Is The Best Temperature To Set Your Thermostat To In The Summer?
The first official day of summer is June 20th, however in Georgia, we’re already experiencing the heat and humidity. Summer likes to make its entrance into our state at a slow and steady pace. It’s preparing us for the real summer temperatures in our famously named “Hotlanta” area. Do you have a set date for when you’re going to turn the air conditioning on?
Understanding Your Air Conditioner
While the hot and humid summer months are approaching, understanding your air conditioner, including what’s required for inspection and maintenance of your system, can help home and business owners avoid frustration in the event that your air conditioner fails to work efficiently. Surprising to some, the technology behind air conditioners is simple, and a little bit of knowledge goes a long way.
Does Your Home Feel Humid?
As summer draws near, residents in Atlanta and surrounding areas will experience temperatures reaching 90 degrees or more. While air conditioning units are working overtime, many are surprised when the air in their home feels sticky and moist, which begs the question, “Does your home feel humid?”