Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Buckhead’

Does My Air Conditioner Help with the Humidity?

Monday, July 11th, 2016

You already know that your air conditioner cools you down on a hot day. But what about when the heat isn’t your biggest problem? Humidity levels can make the air feel like it’s hotter than the temperature on the thermostat actually indicates. People tend to describe a “sticky” heat, made a lot worse if you don’t have an air conditioner.

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Which Air Filter Should I Get?

Monday, June 13th, 2016

Changing your air filter once a month can help you to save money and time, reducing energy costs and keeping your air conditioner from breaking down! How? An air filter that is dirty stops air from moving into the AC system. This means slow performance, which in turn leads to higher bills and a potentially overworked system.

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Is Your Air Conditioner Properly Maintained?

Monday, May 16th, 2016

One of worst things that can happen to your home in the summer as you’re relaxing on the couch is a broken down air conditioner. Your AC system allows removes heat and humidity from the house, and a system breakdown leaves you and your family members sweating it out.

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What Should You Do When Water Leaks from the AC Unit?

Monday, April 18th, 2016

Most people assume there’s an issue with their plumbing components when they notice a leak somewhere in the home. However, it’s actually quite common for an air conditioner to be the source of the problem. Learn why an AC leaks below and what you should do when your air conditioner puts your home at risk for water damage. 

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It’s Time for an AC Tune-Up!

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

When is the last time someone with the right experience took a look at your air conditioner? Was it last year? Several years ago? When it was installed? Regular air conditioning services help to prevent issues within your AC system, so you can enjoy relaxing at home to get out of the heat, without worrying about making a call to your local technicians unexpectedly.

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4 Reasons to Get Humidity under Control throughout Your Home

Monday, February 15th, 2016

One of the most important factors to your home comfort is something you might not think much about once you get indoors. You turn on the air conditioner or heater as soon as you come home, so you probably do not consider many other air quality issues besides the temperature. But if you don’t have proper humidity control as well, you could be missing out.

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What Can You Do about a Broken Down Furnace? 5 Potential Fixes

Monday, January 18th, 2016

When a furnace breaks on a particularly cold day, you’re in a rush to find a solution, but most homeowners could not handle making repairs on their own (and we absolutely recommend against it unless you’re a pro). Here’s what we tell homeowners hoping there’s a quick fix to their home heating issues:

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Low Airflow from a Heater or Air Conditioner: 3 Possibilities

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015

Whether you are running your heating system or your air conditioner, you expect to feel a certain amount of airflow when you hold your hands up to the vents. When the level of airflow drops and the temperatures in your home are just not right, you can safely assume there is a problem within the HVAC system. Issues can range from a simple dirty filter to a problem within your duct system, so call a technician to be sure you get the right repairs. Take a look at just a few of the possibilities for the drop in your airflow.

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How a Dirty Filter Affects Your Heating System

Tuesday, November 24th, 2015

One of the most important things you can do for your heating system is also one of the easiest! Changing the filter takes little time as long as you know the location of your filter. And the cost of replacing it is nowhere near the cost of repairing a heating system that has suffered the consequences of prolonged use with a dirty air filter.

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Why You Should Replace Your Heating System After 10 Years

Monday, October 26th, 2015

Like any large home system, your heater will need to be replaced at some point. And we recommend that you handle this sooner rather than later. Think about how most people handle replacing a vehicle. Many people choose to replace their cars when they start to show signs of aging, so that they don’t end up with a broken down vehicle on the middle of the highway. Similarly, you wouldn’t want to be stuck trying to replace your older heater when it’s broken down in the middle of a cold night.

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