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Energy-Saving Tips for HVAC Systems in Georgia Homes

Maintaining a comfortable home in Georgia’s climate can be a challenge, especially when trying to keep energy costs down. That’s why we’re bringing you some practical energy-saving tips to optimize your HVAC system for efficiency and comfort.   Let’s break these tips down into easy, manageable steps for year-round maintenance! 1. Regular Filter Changes: The Simplest

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Smart Home Integration with Your HVAC System

The future of home comfort is smart, and it’s here. Integrating smart technology with your HVAC system is not just about adding convenience; it’s about enhancing efficiency, control, and comfort in your home. HendrixAir is at the forefront of this integration, offering solutions that bring the latest in smart home technology to your heating and

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Do Mini Splits Run All the Time?

In the sweltering Georgia summers or the chilly winters, reliable HVAC systems are not just a luxury—they’re a necessity. With the growing popularity of ductless mini-split systems, many homeowners are making the switch. But a question that frequently comes up is, “Do mini splits run all the time?”  This blog will break down mini-split systems

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Energy-Saving Home Cooling Tips To Try This Summer

As we all know, in the summer heat our energy bills can skyrocket. But it doesn’t have to be this way! There are plenty of energy-saving home cooling tips that will help you beat the heat without breaking the bank. From simple solutions like using blinds to block the sun to more advanced options like

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Save On HVAC Upgrades with The 25C Tax Credit

You may have heard about the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) which was passed to reduce the effects of US carbon pollution. Brunswick area homeowners who make energy-efficient HVAC, electrical, and plumbing upgrades will benefit from the IRA in the form of tax credits and rebates. In addition to saving money on your energy bills, you

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