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When Did You Last Test Your Carbon Monoxide Detector?

Carbon monoxide is known as a silent killer. Because we can’t detect it ourselves, carbon monoxide poisoning results in the accidental deaths of hundreds of Americans each year. Testing every carbon monoxide detector in your home on a regular basis is a simple way to ensure you and your family’s safety.

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Are A/C Problems Getting You Hot Under the Collar? Try These 5 Troubleshooting Tips

Air conditioning problems can raise temperatures in your Savannah home, but many A/C glitches may be solved without a service call. If your A/C performance has the hiccups, try these five troubleshooting tips before contacting your trusty HVAC technician.

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What Does an Adequately Insulated Savannah Home Look Like?

Summers in Savannah can get pretty hot and sticky. To keep the inside of your home comfortable during a hot summer day, you need to have adequate insulation from the attic to the foundation. An adequately insulated Savannah home keeps the heat and humidity outside while you’re enjoying cool comfort inside.

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Staying on Top of Air Filter Changes Positively Impacts the Entire HVAC System

The major investment you’ve made in your Bluffton area home’s HVAC system pays off every time your central air conditioner or furnace kicks in and the efficient ductwork in your home delivers treated air at the ideal temperature. Neglecting one small part of the whole interconnected system, however, can rob you of clean indoor air, […]

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How a Geothermal Heat Pump Maximizes the Earth to Keep Your Home Comfy

If you’re searching for an energy-efficient heating option for your home, be sure to look into geothermal heat pumps. Geothermal heating has been used to heat homes for centuries and with advancing technology and an increasing emphasis on energy efficiency, this form of heating has now become more widely available.

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Does Your Home Have a Frost-Covered Heat Pump? We Can Explain

Though it’s often not a big concern, sometimes a frosty heat pump can prove to be more trouble for Savannah homeowners. Too much frost can be a bad thing, as it reduces overall heating efficiency. Here’s what you should know the next time you see frost forming on a heat pump system.

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Tips for Making Your Indoor Air Quality Healthier

On average, Americans spend up to 90 percent of their time indoors. That means they are breathing indoor air far more often than outside. The problem with that is the air quality inside a typical American home is worse than the air they breathe outdoors. It is important to take measure to improve indoor air […]

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Does Your Savannah Home Need a Heat Pump, Furnace or Both?

If you’re in a position to choose the mode of heating you’d like for a new home, or you’d like to heat more efficiently, you may be considering whether your home needs a heat pump, furnace or both. Heat pumps and furnaces both have their advantages, and having both offers advantages as well.

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Why Odors and Indoor Air Quality Aren’t Necessarily Related

Many times, people believe that indoor air quality and odor are directly related. In fact, it’s not at all uncommon that people will make decisions regarding indoor environmental safety solely based on their olfactory senses. The reality, though, is that these two things aren’t necessarily related at all. In fact, according to statements by the […]

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Change Air Filters Regularly and Enjoy These 3 Benefits

Forced-air HVAC systems circulate air throughout a building. In many cases, that circulated air is more polluted than outdoor air. People spend most of their time indoors and are therefore susceptible to the problems caused by indoor air pollution. Air filters are designed to remove pollutants from circulated air; however, they must be changed periodically for […]

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