The Top Reasons to Replace an Aging Furnace

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The fact is that most furnaces are only made to last about 15-20 years under normal operating conditions before they will need to be replaced. However, if you are like many homeowners with an aging furnace, you may be tempted to continue to use your furnace well past the 20-year mark. While it may seem… Read more »

Why is My Air Conditioner Not Cooling?

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Now that spring has arrived, temperatures are quickly climbing here in Georgia. Is your air conditioner running, but not cooling your home? If your A/C is blowing warm air, this blog post explains several potential causes. Failing Compressor Your air conditioner’s compressor circulates refrigerant between the indoor and outdoor components. If the compressor is damaged,… Read more »

The Importance of Annual Air Conditioning Tune-ups

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Most homeowners know that it is recommended that they have their air conditioner serviced once a year. However, it is not uncommon for people to forgo their annual HVAC tune-up either to save money, or due to the fact that they believe that having their air conditioner serviced is not that important. However, just like… Read more »

Inspect Your Furnace Now to Protect Your Family

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Carbon monoxide is one of those terms we hear on the news, often as the result of a tragic loss of life, yet we often dismiss potential problem as something that happens to other people. On average 400 people a year die from accidental carbon monoxide exposure, with thousands more sickened and hospitalized. Most incidents… Read more »