Ductless HVAC: Should You Make the Switch?

Ductless HVAC systems, also known as mini-split systems, are known for being highly efficient and for providing reliable comfort. But every time of HVAC system comes with pros and cons, so you may be wondering whether switching to a ductless … Continued

How to Safeguard Your Home from Pollen

Springtime is beautiful in Georgia: Temperatures in the Atlanta area hover between a pleasant 60 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit in May. The flowering dogwoods, eastern redbuds, native crabapples, and cherry blossoms dazzle with bright, cheerful flowers. Residents head outdoors for … Continued

7 Tips for Your Home AC System this Summer

The soft splendor of spring will soon give way to the scorching swelter of summer, a time when some air-conditioning units across Georgia whir to life while others wheeze in labored agony. Home AC systems have a tough job, sitting … Continued

4 Fantastic Benefits of Duct Sealing in Georgia

What do ducts and seals have in common? Yes, phonetically they both can be found in zoos. What else? Give up? They’re both instrumental to having a properly functioning HVAC system. In fact, duct sealing is one of the simplest … Continued

How to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Although you might not realize it, your home’s indoor air is filled with many different kinds of pollutants—and when these pollutants are ignored, they can build up in large amounts that could cause or exacerbate certain health problems, particularly in … Continued

5 Seasonal Tips for Your HVAC System

Your home depends on a reliable HVAC system to maintain indoor air temperature and other indoor conditions that affect not only your comfort, but potentially your health. To ensure this system is always up-and-running, it’s important to perform routine HVAC … Continued

How To Keep Pipes From Freezing In Georgia

When temperatures start to dip below freezing in Georgia, it can be a miserable time for homeowners. Not only do frigid temps mean higher gas or electric bills, a dip below 32 can cause the pipes in your basement or … Continued