Saturday, September 30th, 2017
If you have a forced air heating and cooling system, there are some easy things you can do to make sure that your indoor air is the cleanest it can possibly be. Cool Air Mechanical in Johns Creek knows that your HVAC system can create health and breathing issues when the system is not maintained correctly. Here are some things you can do to get cleaner air from your system.
Thursday, September 28th, 2017
A zone control HVAC system utilizes several HVAC units for your home. Each zone has its own unit and unique temperature settings. You can even install a different unit in each room for the ultimate customization, but that’s usually not necessary. You’ll still get to enjoy these 3 benefits when you heat and cool your rooms in zones.
Tuesday, September 26th, 2017
HVAC systems are essential features of a home, especially in areas that experience extreme weather changes. Today, ductless systems are a common choice for temperature regulation because they are easy to maintain and are quite efficient at transferring heat or cold from one space to another.
Monday, September 25th, 2017
Are you considering installing a ductless heating and cooling system? These systems are popular in restaurants and office buildings, but are also a great option for homes. From fewer calls for HVAC maintenance in Alpharetta to flexibility, keep reading to learn more about the advantages of ductless systems.
Friday, September 22nd, 2017
If you’re looking at the possibility of HVAC repair, it can be helpful to know a little bit about the components of your system so that it’s easier to understand what the HVAC technician is talking about. Here’s an overview of the basic components of HVAC systems.
Tuesday, September 19th, 2017
A quality HVAC system can drastically increase the comfort of your home during the summer and winter months. However, it can be overwhelming to choose the right type of furnace or air conditioner in addition to making sure you have an energy efficient system. Fortunately, it’ll be easier to choose the right residential HVAC system in Milton, GA, if you think about these important factors first.
Friday, September 15th, 2017
While it’s common to see a spike in your energy bill during the summer, you shouldn’t see a dramatic increase when you compare one month’s bill from the same month in the previous year. If you do, your HVAC system isn’t running as efficiently as it should, and you’re paying for it. Luckily, getting your HVAC in Johns Creek back to running at peak efficiency is pretty simple if you follow these steps.
Tuesday, September 12th, 2017
Your HVAC system is a key part of your daily comfort. Today, most people simply assume that their heating and cooling system will work. When it’s not operational, you and your family can be miserable. In hotter months, the heat can become unbearable. In colder months, it can be just as bad. Unfortunately, many people don’t really understand the basic elements and components of their HVAC system, so HVAC repairs and maintenance remain mysterious. You can learn some of your HVAC system basics by reading below. You may find this information helpful when speaking with your HVAC technician.
Friday, September 8th, 2017
Buying an energy-efficient HVAC system for your home is a big investment for the comfort of you and your family. And, since good systems aren’t cheap, paying a little extra for preventative or scheduled maintenance may be the last thing on your mind. But, if you spend the money for a great HVAC system, it’s worth the maintenance to ensure it runs at peak efficiency for as long as possible. Keep reading to learn about some key benefits of investing in HVAC maintenance in Buford, GA.
Monday, September 4th, 2017
The ductwork in your HVAC system is just as important as your furnace and AC unit. Unfortunately, it’s also the most overlooked component of your system. An HVAC inspection should include properly maintaining and sometimes replacing the ducts when the need arises. Here’s how you can tell if it’s time for HVAC duct replacement in Cumming, GA.