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The Reasons Your AC Keeps Cycling On

  • Written by web editor
  • Posted 17 hours ago

It gets hot during the summer in Hinesville, Georgia, so you expect your AC to run a lot. Still, an AC that cycles on and off dozens of times a day, or an AC that never seems to shut off are both irritating problems. Your air conditioning might be cycling on because of a few […]

3 Tips for Spring Cleaning

  • Written by Andrea Carollo
  • Posted 6 days ago

Spring is here, and it’s time to remove winter dust and debris from your Rincon, Georgia, home. Along with scrubbing the tile floors, and vacuuming the carpeting, do some humidity and IAQ-related spring cleaning. This way, you’re cleaning both the visible debris and the invisible particulates. Your lungs and your health will be happy you […]

3 Signs Your Indoor Air Quality Is Not What It Used to Be

  • Written by web editor
  • Posted 1 month ago

If you’re susceptible to allergies, the drifting clouds of pollen probably make spring less enjoyable. But most of the time, you can hopefully find relief within the sanctuary of your Savannah, Georgia, home, since your HVAC system maintains indoor air quality (IAQ) with its air filters and humidity control. Sometimes, however, your system may not […]

How a UV Light Improves Your IAQ

  • Written by web editor
  • Posted 1 month ago

You have quality air filters in your HVAC system, which you change monthly. You use a vacuum with a HEPA filter, and even have in-room air purifiers in your Pooler, Georgia, home. If you’re serious about indoor air quality, then you’re not done perfecting your system until you have an ultraviolet (UV) light. A UV light […]

What Is a Package Unit?

  • Written by web editor
  • Posted 2 months ago

HVAC systems come in many shapes and sizes. When you’ve got tight indoor spaces in your Tybee Island, Georgia, home, a single package unit offers advantages over an indoor air handler.

What Does the Air Handler Do?

  • Written by web editor
  • Posted 2 months ago

Most Richmond Hill, Georgia, homeowners only understand a little about their HVAC systems, like how to change the filter and program the thermostat. Having more comprehensive knowledge about your system can help you identify problems and irregularities sooner, and stop issues in their tracks. Learn exactly how your air handler works, so you know why […]

Can I Really Save Money With Geothermal?

  • Written by web editor
  • Posted 2 months ago

You’ve heard that a geothermal system will save you money, but when you look at the initial cost, it seems quite large. Even with a significant initial investment, a geothermal system is a long-term way to save on HVAC and energy costs. Several factors, like simpler maintenance and an innovative heat exchange technique, cut your […]

How to Use Your Programmable Thermostat to Save

  • Written by web editor
  • Posted 3 months ago

You will save money and increase your comfort with a programmable thermostat that automatically adjusts the temperature of your Savannah, Georgia, home. Set your programmable thermostat to lower the temperature in winter when you’re usually at work or asleep. In summer, set it to raise the temperature in your home instead. You can save with […]

3 Common Indoor Hazards for Pets

  • Written by web editor
  • Posted 3 months ago

Many hazards for pets in your Bluffton, South Carolina, home are also dangerous for humans, including mold, pests, and lots of cleaners and pesticides. Several foods like coffee and chocolate are poisonous to pets as well. Some of the most common hazards for pets are poor indoor air quality, many types of houseplants, and medications.

4 Affordable Ways to Increase Humidity in the Home During the Winter

  • Written by web editor
  • Posted 4 months ago

Low household humidity causes several uncomfortable problems ranging from dry skin to rampant static electricity. Though low humidity is a common winter problem in the Richmond Hill, Georgia, area, it’s something you can easily address with a few timely tactics and smart strategies for the season.

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