3 Things to Love About Whole-House Generators

February 15th, 2021
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The sky is overcast and the wind is blowing hard. In most cases, a lot of homeowners would be worried about a power outage. But not you. Why? Because you have a whole-house generator. Your generator is going to have your back in the worst of storms and is going to help keep the lights on no matter what.

If you don’t already have a whole-house generator we would love to tell you more about the reasons why these are great investments for any home. As you can probably tell from the scenario described above they’re going to bring great peace of mind when you need it the most. So let us take a moment to give you some information on three key reasons to adore whole house generators

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These 4 Things Can Hinder Your Heater

February 1st, 2021
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When the weather is at its coldest and you just want to stay warm, it can be a big annoyance to discover something is making that goal harder to reach. You should be able to trust your heater to warm your home quickly and effectively. There are certain things that can hinder that process though.

Don’t brush it off when something seems to be hindering your heating in Danielsville, GA. It can mess with your comfort to start with and will end up wearing down your heater over time too. Instead, make sure you reach out to us for professional service when you pick up on something hindering your heater’s ability to warm things up.

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Trust Us With Your Electrical Wiring

January 18th, 2021
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Maybe you are hoping to add a new outlet in the part of the house that has become your office space. Or perhaps you are rapidly realizing that some of the wiring in the home was messed with by its previous residents. Whether you need help with running wires or fixing wires troubles one thing is for sure–you don’t want to try to attempt a DIY solution.

If you are wondering why a DIY attempt isn’t a good option we are happy to fill you in. We’ve seen our fair share of botched, YouTube-led wiring jobs to know that it just isn’t worth the hassle or the danger involved. When you need help with the wiring in your home, skip the hassle and schedule service with a trained electrician likes ours.

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Should You Consider a Geothermal System?

January 4th, 2021
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It may sound funny, but it pays to have a good heating system. No really, it does! While heating installation in Hartwell, GA isn’t exactly cheap, getting a good system installed in your home can end up saving you money in the long run. Why? Because a good heater can use less energy to keep you warm which helps you save cash that would otherwise be spent on electrical or gas bills.

See, we told you it pays. Okay, maybe it is better to say that it pays off, but you get what we meant.

So we have a question: are you on the hunt for a good heating system? If so, let us tell you about geothermal heat pumps. These are great options for your home comfort because they aren’t just reliable, but they can help you enjoy major savings too.

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3 Signs Your Generator Needs Repairs

December 21st, 2020
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When the weather gets wild, things can get a little concerning. High winds, flying tree branches, heavy rain, and other factors can make driving hard and more hazardous than usual. And then you have the concern of keeping your home running too. What happens if a tree goes down and takes a powerline with it?

Well, you have a whole-home generator so it shouldn’t be a problem right? This is true unless your generator is in need of an electrical repair in Hart County, GA. The question is, how can you tell you need repairs before the lights go out and you discover a problem?

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7 Tips to Keep You Safe This Season

December 7th, 2020

Safety is never far from many of our minds. When we come to your home to service your HVAC systems, your safety is always a priority along with your comfort. That is why we want to make sure that your home is going to be optimally safe this month.

To help, we’ve provided some great safety tips below for you to check out. Using these and other best practices you can ensure that your home is a safe place to be as we round out the year.

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Is It Time For a New Heater?

November 23rd, 2020
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Let’s say you are getting ready to welcome guests into your home for that yearly Thanksgiving dinner. The oven may have heated up the kitchen but chances are it isn’t going to heat up the entire house. That’s the job of your heating system. Whether you have a furnace or a heat pump, you should be able to rely on your heater to keep the house comfortable for you and your loved ones.

If you haven’t been able to trust the comfort of your home to your heating system, it may mean that it is time to say goodbye to your current unit. When your system is ready to retire and you need to schedule a replacement you can come to us to get the job done.

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Comfortable Living – Fall 2020 Newsletter

November 16th, 2020

Don’t Fall Back on Your Fall Maintenance

With everything going on, it might seem that a furnace tuneup is the last thing you need to worry about. But ignoring the important task of maintaining your heating equipment will cause more headaches (not to mention money) in the long run as well as the short term.

Here are seven reasons to keep your tune up date for your furnace.

Energy efficiency

A poorly tuned furnace will cost you more in energy consumption as its efficiency falls. You might think you’re saving money by postponing this year’s maintenance but it’ll only cost you in utility bills.

Furnaces fail under pressure

At some point, the temperature will drop. Drastically. If your furnace is ill-equipped to handle it, that’s

when it will fail. When you need it the most. Don’t let this nightmare happen to you and your family. Stay warm all winter long, not just on the mild days.

Risk of carbon monoxide poisoning

If your furnace doesn’t burn gas properly, you run the risk of carbon monoxide being produced. This puts you and your family at risk for carbon monoxide poisoning. This risk is definitely not worth the money you save from skipping your fall tune up.

Breathe easy

A clean fan and filter will ensure that the air you breathe is free from dust and other allergens. This is critical for the cold days ahead when you’ll be spending more time indoors. Even if you clean your ductwork, don’t neglect your furnace.

Quiet run

A finely tuned furnace, like a finely tuned car, will run rather than rattle. Keep the noise level at a minimum with a clean, balanced fan.

Avoid a major repair

Regular furnace maintenance takes care of any small issues that come up so they don’t develop into major problems. You’ll also get a handle of your heater’s operation so you can plan for replacements in advance.

Prolong your equipment’s life

Tuneups don’t just postpone expensive issues with your furnace, but you also buy yourself some time before the inevitable replacement. Keep your heating equipment running at peak efficiency and with minimal issues to ensure that you get the most out of it in the short term and for years to come.

It’s time to book your furnace fall maintenance. Don’t fall back. Give us a call and we can help you stay warm this coming winter.

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What Does an Air Purifier Really Do?

November 9th, 2020

Lately most of us have been a lot more concerned with the quality of the air we breathe. This goes for both inside and outside your home of course but there is only one of these that you can control. If you are looking for ways to improve the indoor air quality in your home, the pros at JN Electrical Temperature Control, Inc can help.

Our team can offer your reliable and effective solutions for your indoor air quality. Today we want to focus on the system that a lot of people have been talking about lately: an air purifier in Danielsville, GA. This IAQ solution can clean your air well enough not just to improve your comfort but even to help protect your health.

Contact us today for an installation and read on below to learn more.

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Would a Heat Pump Help Your Home?

October 26th, 2020
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The climate around here has been pleasant and mild. It has been great for picnics and small get-togethers. This doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be preparing for the cooler weather soon to come. You’ve likely already noticed that things are getting pretty chilly at night. This isn’t a problem if you have a reliable heater though.

We are here today to talk to those of you that don’t have a good whole-house heating system. If you’ve been getting by with portable heaters or a heating system that barely works, we want to talk to you about a system that could greatly benefit your comfort: a heat pump.

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