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HVAC Glossary

Heating & Cooling | HVAC Tips

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

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What is a Heat Exchanger?

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Heating | Heating & Cooling

A heat exchanger is a series of metal tubes inside the air stream of a furnace’s fan. This is the first area of the furnace that combustion gasses enter. These gasses are then relocated to the heat exchanger’s walls where they become warm and are circulated throughout your home. How Does a Heat Exchanger Affect

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What Size AC Do I need

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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

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Heating and Air in Atlanta: Preparing Your Home for Atlanta’s Seasons

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Heating & Cooling | HVAC Preventative Maintenance

Atlanta’s humid subtropical climate makes it hot in the summer and cold in the winter. Between June and September, the city experiences an average temperature of almost 90 degrees; from November to February, the temperature hovers around 42 degrees. For Atlanta homeowners, these temperatures mean, in addition to being prepared for summer, their heating and

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Six Ways to Reduce Residential Heating Costs

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Heating & Cooling | HVAC Tips

For most of us, utilities are the biggest monthly expenditure after vehicle and mortgage payments, which should make them a cost savings target. But how can you save significant money on utilities? After all, you can’t negotiate better rates with utility providers. True, but you can make decisions that impact how those rates add up.

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