Snellville Heating, Air and Plumbing Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Maintenance’

Are You Ready to Boost Your AC Efficiency?

Monday, May 6th, 2019

Of course, you are! Ensuring that your air conditioner is energy efficient this summer is a great way to cut down on monthly spending and reduce the need for costly repairs. In fact, there is no reason why you shouldn’t strive to improve your AC efficiency.

Trust us, improving your AC efficiency is a piece of cake, especially if you follow the steps we’ve listed for you! Below, you will find some of our favorite tips and tricks to boost your AC efficiency, saving you both time, energy, and money. So, what are you waiting for? Keep reading! 

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Fall is the Perfect Time for HVAC Maintenance

Monday, October 22nd, 2018

technician-performing-maintenance-on-furnaceWith 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:

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Don’t Forget about Your Air Ducts!

Monday, June 18th, 2018

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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!)

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