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But if you’ve never had central air conditioning in your home, or if you’re looking to make an upgrade because your current system seems to be on its last leg, then this is the blog post for you. You’d do well to consider ductless cooling if you’re looking for improved efficiency, efficacy, and comfort. Read on to learn more!
If you own or live in a 2-story home anywhere in Georgia, then it’s no secret that you’d like to do everything possible to keep it cool, efficiently, right? After all, not only are we dealing with high heat here, but also sweltering humidity. This can make for a very uncomfortable environment–particularly without the right HVAC and indoor air quality systems in place.
Even if you do have the right systems in place, you want to make sure you’re using them properly. We mean that you should be using them so that it doesn’t waste electricity and subsequently waste money. Keep reading as we uncover some tips to cool your 2-story home as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.
If you’re wondering how much a new air conditioner should cost at the beginning of August, we’re going to guess that you didn’t plan on needing a new one right now, and you’re probably feeling a bit rushed to get comfortable again. We really want to encourage you, however, to take your time on deciding on an AC purchase. As for the answer to this question–the short version is “it depends.” Read on as we explain why.
It goes without saying that our air conditioners are already getting a lot of use this summer, and there’s more to come. When you’re using your air conditioner so much, it’s natural to be a little concerned about problems that might crop up. After all, they accumulate wear and tear every time they operate.
Fortunately, if you have maintenance done at the beginning of the summer season or before summer began, then you’re likely in good shape! Maintenance allows our technicians to fully inspect, clean, and adjust components that need it to help your air conditioner work as efficiently and effectively as possible.
It’s also during maintenance that we’ll become aware of any small repair needs that you should manage before they become much bigger repair needs.
Didn’t schedule maintenance yet? No worries, it’s not too late! Call us today to get that on your calendar. In the meantime, it’s good news to be aware of signs that your air conditioner might need some repair work too. One of these signs is that your air conditioner is making strange noises. What constitutes a strange noise, though, and what should you do about it? Read on!
Air conditioning repair is one of those services you don’t want to have a need for, but when the need arises you want a qualified team to handle. You may be tempted to put off any repair needs for a more convenient time, or when your budget allows for it more. But this can end up doing more harm than good. You risk small repair needs turning into a full-on breakdown or at least a larger, more expensive repair need. And this could happen right when you need your system the most, right in the middle of summer.
We encourage our customers to take care of their cooling systems as soon as they realize they need service. But, how can you tell when this is the case for you? You’re not an AC expert after all, that’s our job! You can, however, learn the basics, and know the signs of when it’s time to call a professional. We’ve shared those signs below! It’s time to call us for AC repair when…
If there’s any “benefit” at all to the events of the last year, it’s made us as homeowners aware of just how important it is to address our health needs both outside of the home and in the home. Did you know, that even pre-pandemic, the air quality inside your home could be worse than that of outdoors? At least, this is the case when you don’t have the right indoor air quality products or services in place.
Fortunately, that’s what our team is here for! We have a variety of options for your indoor air quality needs. With our help, you may find that your home benefits from a single type of system or some variety of what we’re about to mention below. Read on to learn more!
One of the most common questions that our customers are likely to ask is in regards to how to make their air conditioner operate better. Of course, by that, they usually mean to ask us, “How can I be more comfortable, and pay less for that comfort?” In other words, you want to know how to cool your home more affordably. This is completely reasonable!
With the official start of summer right around the corner, now is a great time to start exploring this question and the many answers we have for you. Of course, we can’t continue this blog post without first mentioning the #1 way to ensure your air conditioner works efficiently, and therefore costs you less to operate and performs better, is through professional maintenance. This service allows our technicians to thoroughly inspect, clean, and adjust the various components in your system, and should be done once a year.
Read on as we uncover what you can do in addition to maintenance, to improve comfort and lower your monthly utility bills.
If you’re like most homeowners, you probably don’t really know the state of your air ducts. After all, your ductwork is “out of sight, out of mind” right? It’s usually installed up in the attic, crawlspaces, and behind drywall. So, we wouldn’t expect you to think much about your air ducts at all. But, you should know how important they are to not only your home comfort, but also HVAC efficiency and energy usage.
Poor quality ductwork can lead to ineffective cooling and heating, strain on your HVAC systems, and increased utility bills. This ductwork is designed to bring the air that’s being conditioned into your living space, keeping your family comfortable and healthy–so you want it to be in the best quality possible. Wondering how to achieve this? Read below for more information!