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The Variable-Speed Blower Motor: A Feature To Con...

There are several innovations that have been made to heat pumps recently to make them more efficient and functional than ever before. One of the most notable innovations is the variable-spe...

An Insidious Gas Leak: Protecting Your Family And...

If your house is supplied with natural gas and you notice a rotten egg smell, you may have a gas leak. Potentially very dangerous and highly combustible, a gas leak can put you and your fam...

HVAC Manual J Load Calculations

Manual J and Manual D load calculations are the way HVAC contractors measure the amount of heat gain and loss that each room undergoes during peak – extremely hot or cold – conditions. Thes...

How to Air Seal an Attic

Even small air leaks in your attic can result in a big energy loss when it comes to heating and air conditioning. Find out what you need to know about how to air seal an attic. You will def...

Second-Story Additions: Independent Or Upgraded H...

Creating a second-story addition requires careful floor planning and selection of materials. The HVAC system you use in the space will determine not only energy costs, but your comfort too....

Do You Know When Air Conditioning Was Invented

Willis Haviland Carrier is the father of modern air conditioning. In 1902, when air conditioning was invented by him, he was a recent graduate of Cornell University with a Masters Degree in...

What Type of Service to Expect After You Buy Your...

Buying your new HVAC system is the first step in maintaining comfort in your home. The most important way to ensure your system runs properly is regular HVAC service. The following is a gui...

Your Duct System: 4 Problems That Can Undo Effici...

Your duct system is a crucial aspect of your heating and cooling system. Certain problems in your duct system can lead to excessive energy waste. Read on to learn about four serious problem...

Save Energy with New Heating and Cooling in Garde...

Having a new, energy efficient furnace installed in your Garden City GA home may seem costly at first, but the efficiency of a new unit will likely save you thousands of dollars over the li...

Replace or Just Repair Your HVAC System? Tips to ...

Is your HVAC system getting old? Are you having problems that require frequent repairs? If you answered yes, it may be time to consider a new heating and air conditioning system for your ho...

Finding the Right Savannah-Area Contractor for Yo...

Investing a little time in finding a contractor for A/C installation is one of the most important things you can do to ensure that your new system performs well in our hot, humid summers. I...

Your New Heat Pump: How Prepping Your Savannah Ho...

If you’re considering a new heat pump, you can look forward to a more comfortable home year round, as well as saving energy and money on your monthly utility costs. Most homeowners here in ...

The Electronically Commutated Motor Works Year-Ro...

With an electronically commutated motor powering the air handler in your forced-air system, you can benefit in three distinct ways. You see, this unique motor can power both the heating and...

How does Humidity Affect Air Conditioning and Hea...

Most people know that excessive humidity can make them feel even hotter during the summer. It comes as no surprise, then, that it has a major impact on the effectiveness of air conditioning...

Have You Switched from R22 to R410A AC Unit

Freon flows through the majority of air conditioners in use today. However, the chemical, also known as R-22, won’t last much longer. That’s because the government has taken steps to take i...

Your Furnace Has Seen Its Last Heating Season? A ...

With energy costs on the rise, you may decide that your old, inefficient furnace has seen its last heating season. That means you need to find a high-quality replacement that will last for ...

Consider The AFUE Rating, But Also Weigh These Fe...

If you noticed performance or efficiency problems last winter and suspect your old furnace is on its last legs, you might be in for a nice surprise. Today’s high-efficiency furnaces leave y...

25C Tax Incentive Reinstated Through 2013 – Save ...

There’s never been a better time to install new air conditioning and heating than right now. On January 2, 2013, President Obama signed legislation to extend the 25C tax credits which had e...

These Winterizing Tips Will Keep You Comfortable ...

Once you’ve pulled your mittens and scarf out of the back of your closet, you’re all set for the cooler months. But, your house also needs protection and care when the weather turns chilly....

How Ceiling Fans Save Energy Every Season

The best way to make sure your ceiling fan is properly installed is to hire an expert to do the job. While it’s possible to self-install your fan and do so correctly, if you are less-than-t...

Staying Well Ahead of Summer Heat Gain

If not controlled, summer heat gain in your home will leave you with air conditioning bills that are more uncomfortable than the heat itself. Taking measures to prevent your home from heati...

Too Much Static Electricity In Your Life? At Leas...

When it’s hot, even usually pleasant San Antonio can get humid. Static electricity and other problems associated with dry air are the last thing most residents have on their minds. But dry ...

Get Duct System Design Right the First Time

After your home is built or your room addition is completed is not the time to ask if your ductwork was designed and installed correctly. But an inadequate duct system can put a strain on y...

With A Gas-Fireplace Retrofit, You Can Have All T...

Love your fireplace? Hate the mess? Your wood-burning fireplace can be retrofitted as a gas fireplace. If you’re picturing wimpy blue flames flickering over a fake-looking log, think again....

Fall: The Right Time For A Heating-System Tuneup

The San Antonio area can get pretty cold during the winter, especially at night. The last thing you want is for your heat pump or furnace to fail right when you need it most. Although there...

Your Guide to Squeezing the Most Efficiency Out o...

During the winter months, the cost of heating your home can be substantial. Here are a few tips for lowering your bills by getting more efficiency out of your HVAC system. Remove barriers t...

Upgrading Your System? Lower Your Heating And Coo...

Your home’s heating and cooling load refers simply to how much heating it needs to stay comfortable in the winter and how much cooling it needs to stay comfortable in the summer. But it’s n...

Balanced Humidity – The Ideal in Your Savannah Ho...

Keeping the correct, balanced humidity level in your Savannah home is important to establishing a healthy indoor air environment. A little moisture in your air can be beneficial, but excess...

Your New Air Conditioner – That High SEER Rating ...

One of the most important things to look for when you’re selecting a new air conditioner for your Savannah-area home is a high SEER rating. SEER stands for seasonal energy efficiency ratio,...

Understanding Your Home Heating Bill When It Look...

These days, just about everybody is looking for ways to control energy costs. If you’re one of those people — and you probably are — a good look at your energy bill is a smart way to start....

Let Energy Tax Credits Help With Cooling and Heat...

Is your air conditioning system limping along barely keeping your home comfortable this summer or are you worried that your furnace is on its last legs and might not make it many more years...

Are Your Heating Costs Unusually High? Your Ductw...

If your heating costs keep rising, your furnace is operating more than usual and you have sealed the typical energy wasting areas such as doors and windows, it is time to inspect your ductw...

All About UV Lights and Your Indoor Air Quality

Conventional air conditioner filters are fine for reducing the amount of larger inorganic particles that infiltrate your ductwork. However, too often smaller living microorganisms called bi...