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Top 3 Air-Purifying Plants for Enhanced Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality, IAQ, concerns the air purity inside your home. Pollutants — such as bacteria, mold spores, and chemicals — can worsen asthma and allergy symptoms, plus cause respiratory symptoms in otherwise healthy people. Spider plants, Boston ferns, and English ivy offer simple ways to purify the air in your Bluffton, South Carolina, home. […]

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Internet of Things and the Connected Home

The Internet of Things, or IoT, has transformed how people interact with their homes. It started with the Internet, but the IoT has also created connected homes that incorporate devices like smart thermostats and intelligent security systems. Understanding how the IoT impacts your Garden City, Georgia, home can help you gain more control over its […]

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3 Tips for Scheduling Furnace Repairs This Winter

Winters in Tybee Island, Georgia, don’t often come with the severe weather you might find in more northern climes, but you still want your furnace to keep you toasty when the temperatures drop. If your furnace needs repair, follow these tips to schedule fast, efficient service with us. Take Notes About Observations Whether you smell […]

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Need a New Furnace? Consider Hybrid Heat

Winters in Savannah, Georgia, can be strange. One day it’s freezing and the next day it’s balmy and there’s not a cloud in the sky. Before you replace your aging furnace, consider upgrading your HVAC system to hybrid heat instead. Hybrid heat’s combination of heat pump and furnace ensures you get maximum comfort on a […]

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5 Reasons to Switch to Geothermal Products

Geothermal heating systems draw upon the Earth’s ground energy to cool and heat homes across Georgia. The system comprises a geothermal heat pump and ground loop component that extracts the energy. If you’re in the market for a better heating and cooling alternative, here are some reasons to consider making the switch to geothermal products:

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Four Ways to Maximize Home Comfort During the Winter

Preparing your home for winter is key to ensuring your family remains comfortable and cozy all season long. If you’re a Georgia homeowner ready to switch over to heat for the winter, here are some things to keep in mind:

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Is it Time to Replace Your Commercial HVAC System?

Your Garden City, Georgia, business relies on your HVAC system to keep your employees, customers, and vendors comfortable. It might even protect your merchandise and equipment from exposure to harsh temperatures. If you notice the following signs of a failing commercial HVAC system, call a professional immediately to have a new, more efficient system installed.

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Why the Off-Season is a Good Time to Maintain Your HVAC System

In Beaufort, Georgia, winters don’t necessarily mean snowed-in homes and icy roads. In fact, the moderate weather over the winter offers a great opportunity to maintain your HVAC system. The following are a few reasons why the off-season is the best time to keep up your HVAC system.

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Central Air or Ductless? Deciding What’s Best for Your New Home

While you’re renovating your home or constructing a new one, you may be thinking more about flooring types and ceiling heights than you are about your HVAC system. However, this is the perfect time to assess what kind of cooling and heating you’d like to have in your home. Learn more about ductless mini-split systems […]

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Why Your Comfort at Home Depends on Your Coils

Fall may have hit Savannah, Georgia, but ACs will still be running for a few more months. You may not give much thought to your AC’s coils, but clean, well-maintained coils are essential to your AC’s ability to pump out wonderfully cool air.

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