Understanding HVAC Zoning: Benefits for Your Brunswick Home

Have you ever noticed that some rooms in your home stay warmer than the others? Maybe you even got stuck with the hottest room in the house! As most of us have experienced, not all rooms can be cooled down evenly. Many factors, such as the direction the windows are facing, can cause this to

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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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Indoor Air Quality Solutions for Your Home

When thinking about our homes, we often prioritize comfort and safety. Yet, a vital aspect that frequently goes unnoticed is the quality of the air we breathe inside. The air in our homes significantly influences our health and overall comfort.   At HendrixAir, we’re dedicated to ensuring that the air in your home is as clean

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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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Plumbing Tips to Save Your Holiday Celebrations 

The holiday season means family, friends, and fun gatherings. However, unexpected plumbing issues can quickly dampen (no pun intended) the festive spirit. Imagine dealing with a clogged sink during your holiday meal prep or a malfunctioning toilet with guests around. Definitely not the holiday memories you want to keep!  Fortunately, taking a few preventative steps

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What’s That Smell? Identifying Strange Odors in Your Heating and HVAC System

Are you noticing a strange smell coming from your heating system? Don’t ignore it, because your nose may be trying to tell you something important. Heating system odors can be a sign of various issues, ranging from minor problems to potentially dangerous hazards. As a homeowner, it’s essential to pay attention to any unusual smells

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The Tricky Business of HVAC Problems in Older Homes

Are you a homeowner of an older home and constantly struggling with HVAC issues? You’re not alone. Many owners of older homes face frequent problems with their HVAC systems, and it can be frustrating and costly to constantly deal with these issues. At Hendrix Air, we are here to unlock the secrets to fixing these

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Is Your Water Heater Going Out? This May be Why!

Having easy access to hot water is a MUST, especially when winter rolls around. But like all appliances, water heaters don’t last forever. Identifying signs of wear can prevent surprise cold showers and costly flood damage.   Here are some tips from our team at HendrixAir on how to spot when your water heater might be

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Common Plumbing Issues in Older Homes

Older and historic homes have their own charm and character, but they also come with their fair share of plumbing issues. From lead pipes to outdated sewage systems, old plumbing systems can cause a headache for homeowners. But fear not, as we delve into the world of plumbing issues in older homes, we will also

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The Importance of Year-Round Drain Maintenance

You may not realize it, but our drains need special attention throughout the year to keep them in optimal working condition. During the holiday seasons, when there is more cooking and cleaning, drains get used more frequently and can become easily clogged. Winter brings its own set of challenges for drains, with cold temperatures and

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