Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Stone Mountain’

Innovations that Make Your AC Work Better and Save You Money

Tuesday, June 6th, 2017

tablet-family-home-babyYou might be up-to-date on the latest gadgets and gizmos when it comes to smartphones, tablets, and other flashy gear. But what do you know about modern innovations designed for a system you likely cannot picture your life without? Air conditioning has grown leaps and bounds in just the last decade or two, and there are new innovations to improve efficiency that may actually surprise you. Check it out!

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Should You Replace the Condenser Unit of Your Air Conditioner?

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

The outside condenser unit of your air conditioner serves an essential purpose. An air conditioner does not necessarily “create” cool air. Rather, since cooling is not an energy that can be created, it must remove heat from a space first and foremost. Refrigerant is a chemical blend that can absorb heat from the air inside of your home, but it needs somewhere to release that heat.

That’s why the space around your outdoor unit, the condenser unit, is always so warm. It’s where heat dissipates into the air from the refrigerant circulating throughout the system. This part of the system also contains the compressor, the hardest-working component of your air conditioner.

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How Blown-In Insulation Pays Off All Year Long

Monday, February 20th, 2017

green-home-efficiencyIf you’re considering a home energy upgrade, adding insulation to the walls, attic, or crawlspaces may be one of the best steps to take. Many people only associate insulation with staying warm. You may have an insulated thermos for your coffee or an insulated jacket for cold weather. But it’s actually something that helps to keep your home cooler in the summer as well.

All in all, insulation can help homeowners to stay comfortable and save big throughout the year. Learn more about blown-in insulation in the guide below and take the right steps toward better home efficiency by calling in an expert today.

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Is Ductless Heating Possible for My Home?

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

Our mission is to help local homeowners stay comfortable through all seasons. But that isn’t always easy if your home isn’t set up for comfort. Some local homes were designed without any ductwork, which means no means of ventilation through which to bring warm or cool air.

The good news is that there is a way for nearly any home to get heat throughout, without the hassle of hooking up portable or temporary heaters and without the need for major renovations: ductless heating and cooling.

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Why Does My Outside Unit Run When the Heater Is On?

Monday, December 19th, 2016

If you purchased a home with heating and air conditioning already included, you might not know much about the comfort systems in place. You may assume that the systems work like the heating and air conditioning equipment you’ve had in the past. And, often, that means a separate air conditioning and heating system.

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How You Can Use Your Heating System to Prevent Colds and Flus

Monday, November 7th, 2016

When temperatures drop, even slightly, cold and flu season starts to set in. It’s the time of year many people notice the people around them getting sick, and you may be worried that this season will be another tough one for you and your family.

If your heating system is prepared, however, you may be able to help prevent illnesses—to an extent.

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Is a Ductless Mini Split the Best Choice for Your Home?

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

A ductless mini split system offers a unique solution to a common problem: a home without a proper ventilation system. When all or part of the home is missing the ducts and air vents needed to provide central air and heat, local technicians can help.

A ductless mini split has an outdoor compressor/condenser unit, just like the standard air conditioner (or, more accurately, a heat pump). Individual blower units are mounted on the walls of different rooms or zones throughout the home to move air directly into the space. So is this the right choice for you? You decide!

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