Blog Sewer Line Repair From Bardi

By:

Sewer Line Repair From Bardi

Plumbing | Uncategorized

To the detriment of homeowners, the drain and sewer system is one of the most neglected elements of the home. Repairing sewer lines and drainage systems are tasks that only professionals are able to effectively accomplish. If you suspect that your sewer lines are damaged, contact Bardi immediately.   Common Causes of Sewer Line Damage

Read this post »
Bardi Blog 22 Dogs Taking the Polar Vortex in Stride

By:

22 Dogs Taking the Polar Vortex in Stride

Heating | Uncategorized

Atlanta has been overwhelmed with record-low temperatures over the past few weeks, and forecasters are warning residents to brace for an even colder winter. To ensure you and your family remain warm during the chilly season, call Bardi for a furnace tune-up. Until then, take a tune from these fashionable pups and embrace the winter

Read this post »

Duct Systems: Why They’re Important to Maintain

By:

Indoor Air Quality

What are duct systems? Also referred to as ductwork, duct systems are used to control and distribute airflow to different areas of your home. Duct systems are usually made out of insulated metal pipes or flexible tubes and are essential to living in a comfortable and cost-effective home. How does a duct system work? Air

Read this post »

Schedule an Appointment

The quickest way to get a quote is call (770) 263-5355. Or you can fill out the form below, if you’re shy.

Complete HVAC System Installation for Georgia Poultry Laboratory

By:

Bardi News & Awards | Community Interest

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

Read this post »
What Size AC Do I need

By:

What Size Air Conditioner Do I Need?

Air Conditioning | Heating & Cooling

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

Read this post »
Furnace Blowing Cold Air

By:

Why does my furnace blow cold air?

Heating

Homeowners may be concerned when they notice their furnace blows out cool air when it’s supposed to be producing heat. One of the reasons your furnace is producing cold air is because it’s getting started. When a furnace first begins to work, it pushes stagnant air out of the ducts. Ducts are often located in

Read this post »