Plumbing Tips From Our Plumbing Division Manager

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Bardi Blog Plumbing Tips From Our Plumbing Division Manager

At Bardi Heating, Cooling & Plumbing, we have licensed and master plumbers on staff who are available for any and all plumbing repairs and mishaps. So what exactly is the significance of having a master plumber? Master plumbers are licensed in the plumbing industry and approved by the state. Licensed plumbers work their way up […]

Spring Clean Your Air: Here’s How to Defeat 4 Common Threats to Your Indoor Air

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Bardi Blog Spring Clean Your Air: Here’s How to Defeat 4 Common Threats to Your Indoor Air

  Most people aren’t aware of the dangers hidden in the indoor air they breathe. Indoor air can contain invisible contaminants — particles and moisture that have harmful effects on your health. It has been suggested these airborne contaminants can impair memory function, and raise the risk of heart disease and cancer. Nearly all airborne […]

Gas Fireplace Service Checklist

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Heating system winter checkup

Recently, Bardi Heating, Cooling & Plumbing announced the exciting addition of gas fireplace installations to our services. We all know how important it is to have our heating and cooling systems checked and tuned up each year, but did you know it’s equally important to have your gas fireplaces tuned up? Regular inspections are necessary to ensure fireplace safety, and neglecting […]

HVAC Glossary

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Bardi Blog HVAC Glossary

HVAC: This stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, and means a technological system used to provide heating, cooling, and air quality to indoor environments. Tune Up: Servicing a furnace or an air conditioner to ensure that there are no issues and that the system is working at maximum efficiency. Air Handler: Also called an […]

Complete HVAC System Installation for Georgia Poultry Laboratory

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Bardi Mechanical, our commercial division, is currently completing an extensive HVAC systems installation as part of the construction of the Georgia Poultry Laboratory. The project began in the summer of 2013 and is anticipated to wrap this September. Bardi was commissioned to provide, install and start the entire HVAC system. The facility is 35,998 square […]

What Size Air Conditioner Do I Need?

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What Size AC Do I need

When it comes to air conditioners, size does matter. Many people often think bigger is better, but this is not true when it comes to AC units. An improperly sized air conditioner can cause higher than normal utility bills, shortened equipment life, poor humidity control, and annoying hot and cold spots through the house. Air […]

When Is It Time to Replace My Furnace?

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When you need to have multiple repairs done on your furnace within a short amount of time, chances are it is time to replace the furnace. Most repairs are required in the last two years of a furnace’s life and costs can total $500 or more. The life expectancy for most furnaces is between 16-20 […]

Bardi Mechanical Installs Large Chillers on Rooftops in Atlantic Station

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Atlantic Station

On March 16, technicians from Bardi Mechanical, our commercial HVAC division, installed eight chillers on the rooftops of six multi-use buildings in Atlantic Station. The buildings include retail spaces, offices and residential units on the upper floors and the chillers will provide cooling and service the residential condos and apartments. The residential buildings are called […]

What’s Included In A Furnace Tune Up?

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Furnace inspections and tune ups are recommended in late summer or early fall before the cold weather arrives, and you’ll rely on your furnace to heat your home. During a furnace inspection, a certified technician will inspect your furnace, your humidifier, as well as your indoor air quality and thermostat to ensure everything is programmed […]