October 22nd, 2018
With autumn comes less daylight, cooler temperatures, and the changing of the leaves. In the HVAC industry, however, we see it as the transition from summer to winter—the two seasons where homeowners need our help the most.
Our goals including helping everyone we can, but it’s difficult to do that during the busiest times of the season. Unfortunately, a lot of homeowners have to suffer with a broken system right when they need it the very most.
That’s why fall is one of the seasons that we urge homeowners to have their maintenance done for their entire HVAC system. We’ll explain why down below:
October 8th, 2018
When you think of plumbers, you think of leaks. Leaks can be a real pain, but they’re usually not difficult to deal with. They can cause a bit of water damage if not found in time, and they can also drive up your water bill if not found for a really long time.
However, what sets some leaks apart from others is where they’re located. A leak underneath your home, for example, is one of the worst kinds you can encounter. It’s called a slab leak, and we’ll cover all aspects of it in today’s post.
September 24th, 2018
Short-cycling is one of the big bad air conditioning problems that we hope you don’t have to deal with. It’s not entirely common, and sometimes it can easily be fixed, but that isn’t always the case. Either way, it’s going to prevent you from being able to enjoy an effective and efficient air conditioner. We’ll explain below.
September 10th, 2018
There’s no better time to prepare for fall than before fall! It’s been a whole year since you’ve turned on your heater, so now is a good time to give it a test run. After all, you don’t want to deal with repair issues in the middle of a cold night. Here’s how we suggest taking care of your fall concerns early on:
August 27th, 2018
How do you know when it’s time for a drain cleaning? One surefire way is to wait until several drains are clogged and it becomes impossible to not do something about it. Of course, that’s not the ideal way to deal with anything. When you’re in that kind of situation, desperation could drive you to a late night of Googling drain unclogging remedies, some of which can be harmful to your pipes.
Instead, stay diligent and look out for some of the signs you need drain cleaning. We’ll list a few down below.
August 13th, 2018
Over the last few years, detox and cleanse diets have been all the rage. The basic idea is that by forcefully flushing toxins from your body, you’ll feel cleaner, have more energy, and increase general well-being.
We decided to jump on the bandwagon with our own cleanse that will detoxify the air circulating around your home. Read on to find out about our strategy for cleaning your ducts, bringing fresh air into your home, and even boosting your immunity.
July 30th, 2018
Indoor air quality is the biggest indoor danger that you’ve probably never heard of. IAQ is a measure of the cleanliness of the air in your home, and the lower it gets, the more likely you and your family can become susceptible to sickness.
Luckily, the HVAC industry has several solutions for low IAQ, some of which include:
July 16th, 2018
It’s a good question to know the answer to. After all, replacement isn’t cheap. You’ll want to make sure that your AC at least shows the warning signs of needing replacement before letting an HVAC company tell you: “Yes, of course, you need replacement!”
Below are three questions to ask yourself to see if your AC needs to be replaced. If you can answer “Yes” to even one of them, then there’s a high possibility you need replacement. Regardless, you’ll still want a trustworthy HVAC technician in Snellville, GA to take a look at your system—in person, not over the phone—to give you a definite answer.
July 2nd, 2018
Most people are familiar with run-of-the-mill plumbing problems. You can’t think of “plumbing” without also thinking of clogs, leaks, and broken pipes.
If it hasn’t happened yet, you’ll probably deal with one of these issues eventually. Until then, you can still try your best to prevent it from happening.
In this post, we’ll help you avoid some of the most common plumbing issues. We’ll also tell you when it’s time to call a plumber.
June 18th, 2018
For most people, the only time they’ve seen the inside of an air duct is in a movie. The hero, locked in a room, must climb through the opening of an air duct that’s conveniently affixed to the wall or ceiling.
Sorry to spoil your fun, but in reality, air ducts are really small. They’re even smaller in homes, usually made of flexible tubing with a typical diameter of only 12 inches. Worst of all, duct leaks don’t make noise or produce any obvious symptoms. It won’t be until you receive your energy bill and notice the increase that you’ll suspect a leak could be involved.
(Plus, trying to force yourself through a duct could disconnect it, and that would definitely cause a duct leak!)