Don’t Let Your Home Surprise You

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Whether it’s an unexpected gift or secret birthday celebration, everybody loves a surprise. But when it comes to things going suddenly wrong in your home, not so much; especially since it always happens at the worst possible time. Like the heat going out when the house is full of holiday guests or the air conditioning […]

Don’t let your water heater turn into a sprinkler system

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You’ve heard the stories. Your neighbor returned from vacation and discovered a pool in their basement. Yep. Water heater finally died. The thing is, water heaters all go at some point. And they go all over your floor. Water heaters typically last around 8-10 years. So, if yours is getting near that age or isn’t […]

Home Energy Audit

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Get an energy audit now so you can save money. We all need to go to the doctor every once in a while. As a general rule, the longer it’s been since your last checkup, the more you probably need to go.  So consider your home. Like your body, it’s a pretty complicated system of […]

Heating system winter checkup

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Heating system winter checkup

Winter is coming. There’s no denying it. Before we know it, we’ll be huddled around the fireplace with blankets over our knees while the weather forecaster delivers the usual end-of-the-world coverage. So how can you be sure that your home is ready to tackle the winter weather? Follow these tips to ensure your home heating […]

5 Most Common Furnace Problems

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Prevent Furnace Problems

As colder weather begins to sweep across the country, it is important to consider scheduling an inspection to prevent furnace problems. Just like your car needs regular maintenance and tune-ups to run at optimal efficiency, your furnace needs special attention, too — preferably before the cold weather creeps in!

The Benefits of Bardi’s Home Energy Assessment

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A home energy assessment, or energy audit, is a way for the experts at Bardi to determine where your home is losing energy and how your home can become more energy efficient. Listed below are some of the several benefits of having a Bardi energy assessment performed on your home. Save money. Since energy audits help […]

Beat the Heat

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Beat the heat this summer with Bardi. Here’s a few tips to help you keep cool and your bills low. Make sure to extend the life of your systems with a maintenance plan Check your air filters With a spike in dust and allergens in the summer, it’s very important to check your air filters […]

The Benefits of Planned Maintenance

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Benjamin Franklin once said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” That is the basic philosophy behind the Bardi Planned Maintenance Agreement (PMA) program. Paying modest maintenance fees on a regular basis not only helps ensure the day-to-day comfort of your home, it prolongs the life of your HVAC system, hopefully avoiding […]

Outdoor Living Spaces

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Outdoor Living Spaces

There is a growing trend sweeping the country as more and more Americans are extending the living spaces of their home outside, to include the great outdoors. These enhanced, outdoor-living spaces add an entirely new dimension of comfort, beauty and livability to homes. And with our warm summer nights and temperate winters, there is no […]

How a Warranty Impacts Your Air Conditioning Replacement or Repair Options

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Air conditioning replacement versus repair is a ‘hot topic’ every summer in Atlanta. We receive calls from customers who discover their AC problems during the summer months, so we look closely at their current system and walk them through their best options to get things up and running as quickly as possible. Last week, we […]