The Importance of HVAC Duct Sanitization

Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

Every breath you take allows you to continue to live. When you breathe in dirty air, it affects every system in your body, starting with your circulation and continuing straight to your brain. Exercise is great, but in some places with bad pollution, you may actually be doing more harm than good. At Cool Air Mechanical in Buford, GA, we understand the importance of clean air. Here are some things that duct sanitization will help keep out of your lungs.

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Why AC Coil Cleaning Is So Important

Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

We ask a lot of our air conditioners. In the summer, they can run non-stop, and you wouldn’t know what to do if yours broke down except open all your windows and figure out how to pay the tremendous HVAC system cost an Alpharetta contractor would charge you for a replacement AC unit. The first step to keeping your HVAC running like a finely tuned machine is to clean the AC coil. Here are a few reasons it’s so important.

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7 Things to Consider While Hiring an HVAC Contractor

Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

When your furnace or air conditioning needs repair or replacement, you have a big decision to make regarding finding an HVAC contractor. Your HVAC system is one of the most important investments in your house. In fact, before the day arrives that you need to do major repair, it’s wise to establish a relationship with a contractor that does HVAC maintenance in Cumming, GA. Here are some tips for finding a reputable contractor.

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The Importance of HVAC Maintenance in Indoor Air Quality

Monday, March 5th, 2018

Having your heating, air conditioning, and ventilation system maintained on a regular basis is important for your business, your employees, and yourself. At Cool Air Mechanical in Atlanta, we have seen enough HVAC systems that have missed their regularly scheduled maintenance, and we know what that can do to an office and business. Not only do poorly maintained HVAC systems drain energy and money from the company, they can also hurt the bottom line through illness and reduced productivity from employees who are sick but don’t stay home.

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