Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Posts Tagged ‘John’s Creek’

Can Our Indoor Air Quality Systems Help You Save Money?

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

Did you know that the air quality inside of your home may be up to 5 times worse than the air quality outdoors? It’s common for homeowners to struggle with indoor air quality issues, and sometimes, a filter just cannot fix the problem.

Whole-house indoor air quality equipment integrates into your HVAC system to provide comfort and precision cooling and heating. What’s more is that it can save you money!

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2 Types of Heat Pumps

Monday, September 5th, 2016

When customers are in the market for a new whole-home cooling system and a high-efficiency central heater, we often recommend heat pumps. Heat pumps are high-efficiency heating and cooling systems in one, and they can help many homeowners to cut down on monthly comfort costs.

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Improving Your Air Conditioner Without Replacing It

Monday, June 6th, 2016

Ready for a more comfortable home and a better cooling system, but not ready for the cost of replacement? There may be a few things you can do to improve your air conditioner now, without replacing it prematurely with a more efficient system. Save energy and keep cooler with our tips!

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Is Your Air Conditioner Responsible for Your Allergy Symptoms?

Monday, May 9th, 2016

If your allergy symptoms seem to get worse every time you run your air conditioning system, it could be the source of the problem—partially. You do have a filter in place in your HVAC system, and it should be able to trap many of the contaminants circulating in the air. However, it won’t be able to trap all of the contaminants that cause you trouble during allergy season, and you may need a little extra help.

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Install a Dehumidifier this Year

Monday, April 11th, 2016

In this part of the country, we’re all used to high humidity levels dragging us down in the summer. High humidity makes the air feel even warm, and makes you feel sticky and sluggish. This is because your body isn’t evaporating sweat the way it’s supposed to. The moisture cannot evaporate into the air the way it’s supposed to due to the excess moisture already in the air, so your body’s natural cooling process is inhibited.

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How Can This Monthly HVAC Task Help Save You Money?

Monday, April 4th, 2016

It’s important that in order to maintain a properly functioning HVAC system, you have a professional inspect, service, and repair the unit when necessary. Regular maintenance is also essential to ensuring its efficiency over the course of its lifespan. There’s one monthly task that you can—and should—take on yourself, that will save you money in the long run: changing your air filter.

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Keep Allergy Symptoms Away with These Whole-Home Systems

Monday, March 7th, 2016

When it comes to your indoor comfort, an efficient HVAC system is essential. The temperature of your home is not the only factor that contributes to your comfort, however. Another vital component is your indoor air quality, which you probably don’t think very much about. We’ve highlighted a couple whole-home systems that you would do well to consider for your home to improve your indoor air quality.

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3 Things to Know about Maintaining an Air Conditioner

Monday, February 8th, 2016

Your air conditioning system is a complex piece of equipment, with lots of electrical components, a large condenser unit, and other complex parts most homeowners know little about. Because of this, it may seem as though there is little you can do to keep your air conditioner from running into trouble.

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Don’t Wait for Your Heater to Shut Off before Scheduling Service

Monday, January 11th, 2016

Have you noticed strange noises from the inside of your heating system? Are you concerned about low airflow or a drop in temperatures that makes you a lot less comfortable at night? These types of problems can be annoying, but a lot of homeowners wait for many months before scheduling repairs because they are unprepared for the cost of fixing it.

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Common Problems with Old Furnaces

Monday, December 7th, 2015

We know that many homeowners want to hang on to their heating and cooling systems as long as possible, in order to delay the cost of replacing a unit. But we want to educate homeowners on how beneficial it can be to replace a heating system before it has actually broken down. The cost of replacement is inevitable anyway, and the cost of ownership only continues to increase the longer you hold onto an old, worn down heater.

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