Want to Avoid High Heating Bills This Winter? Install an Energy Efficient System Now

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The weather is still beautiful here in Georgia, but colder temperatures are just around the corner. And if you are one of the homeowners who are still paying off last winter’s heating bills, it’s time to be proactive.   In many cases, if your heating system is older, it’s a better decision to put your… Read more »

Heating Service: Five things to Consider

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With temperatures in the eastern United States around 90 degrees F, you’re probably thinking about your AC rather than your heater. But, fall is the time for heating service. Here are some questions to ask in order to get your furnace or head pump ready for the cooler weather. Can I do any service myself?… Read more »

Is it Time for the Installation of a New Heating System?

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Furnaces last for years, and in many cases, it can be hard to tell when it’s time to get a new one. The most obvious sign, a complete failure, is actually the end stage of a long process of deterioration. It’s better to get a new heating installation long before this point. When is it… Read more »

Answers to Three Commonly Asked Home Heating Questions

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It’s often said that technology isolates humankind from nature. If it does, it’s only by a thin margin. The only things separating the person indoors from the elements outside are a home’s walls, roof, and its heating system. Should the system fail, the cold outdoor temperatures will soon make their way inside. That’s why it’s… Read more »