My AC’s Compressor Died—Does That Mean I Have to Replace the AC?

July 15th, 2024

The heart of a central AC is its compressor. This powerful motorized component places refrigerant under pressure so that it will circulate through the rest of the air conditioning system and change between a hot gas and a cold liquid to move heat out of the house.

Because the compressor is so powerful, it uses the most energy of any part of the AC. It’s also an expensive component to replace if it should burn out and fail. Conventional wisdom says that a dead compressor means the whole AC has to go to the recycling yard so a new AC can replace it. 

But conventional wisdom isn’t always 100% accurate. So let’s look further into the possibilities when you’ve got a dead compressor. Do you need a full central AC replacement in Stephens County in this case? Or is there another option?

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It’s Not Too Late For AC Maintenance!

July 1st, 2024

We recommend our customers schedule professional AC maintenance every year. This is a light recommendation—it’s a major one! If you want an AC that is…

  • Reliable
  • Effective
  • Energy efficient
  • Long-lived 

…then you need annual professional maintenance. That’s how beneficial this service is. 

But the summer has already started, the hot weather has arrived, and if you haven’t scheduled maintenance yet, you might think you’ve missed the window and it’s better to wait until next year. We hope to convince you otherwise in this post! Late is better than skipping maintenance entirely.

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Does Your Home Have Aluminum, Copper, or Knob and Tube Electrical Wiring?

June 17th, 2024

If you don’t have an immediate answer to this question, don’t worry. Many people aren’t aware of the type of wiring they have in their homes or how to describe it. But it’s an important question to ask yourself and get an answer to, because you don’t want outdated wiring in your home.

If you have older wiring that will have difficulty handling current electrical loads or which can create safety hazards, you’ll definitely want to work with us for electrical rewiring in Hart County, GA.

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Ductless AC Systems Have Come a Long Way

June 3rd, 2024

Ductless air conditioning systems, also known as mini-split systems or ductless mini split heat pumps, originated in Japan as a way to provide convenient heating and cooling to small homes. Since then, ductless HVAC has significantly evolved as it spread around the globe, and it’s now becoming more popular than ever for homeowners in the US. 

We install ductless systems in Hart County, GA as well as offer service to repair and maintain them, so we can shed some light on how much ductless mini splits have improved. If you’re considering a ductless cooling and heating system, you may find this information helpful—and you can always consult with our pros for more information.

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Backup Your Power With a Whole House Generator

May 20th, 2024
Installing a Generator

A whole-house generator is a powerful and reliable backup power solution that can keep your home running smoothly during unexpected power outages. Let’s explore what a whole-house generator is and why you might need one!

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Tired of Vacuuming – Check Out Our Central Vacuum Systems

May 6th, 2024
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Are you tired of lugging around a heavy vacuum cleaner, dealing with tangled cords, and emptying dustbins frequently? Central vacuum systems offer a convenient and efficient solution to traditional vacuuming woes. Learn about what central vacuum systems are and why your home needs one.

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Test and Replace Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Detectors

April 22nd, 2024
Installing a Smoke Detector

Few things are as critical in home safety as functional smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) detectors. These small devices greatly protect your family and property’s health from the dangers of fires and invisible, odorless CO gas. But how do you know when to replace them, and why should you leave this task to the professionals? Let’s look into these questions to understand why you should know when to test and replace carbon monoxide and smoke detectors in your home.

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Is a Smart Thermostat a Good Upgrade?

April 8th, 2024

In today’s age of technological advancements, smart devices are becoming increasingly prevalent in our homes, offering convenience, efficiency, and savings. One such device that is gaining popularity among homeowners is the smart thermostat. But what exactly makes a smart thermostat a worthwhile upgrade?

Let’s delve into 5 reasons why investing in a smart thermostat in Hart County, GA. is a smart upgrade for every homeowner.

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Is a Heat Pump a Great Investment?

March 25th, 2024

As the world moves towards more sustainable energy solutions, the spotlight on heat pumps is brighter than ever. These innovative devices offer both heating and cooling functionalities while significantly reducing carbon footprints.

However, are heat pumps truly a great investment? In this article, we will delve into the factors to consider when evaluating the investment value of heat pumps and the suitability of heat pump installation in Madison County, Georgia.

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Do I Need to Run My Air Purifier All Day?

March 11th, 2024

Warmer weather is just around the corner in Madison County and humidity control and indoor air quality will be a concern. Sources of outdoor air pollution include fires, cars, and power plants. Ozone levels are higher during the warmer months when sunlight is more prevalent.

Indoor air pollution can be caused by cooking, cleaning byproducts, and mold. Both indoor contaminants and outdoor air pollution contribute to poor indoor air quality (IAQ) in a home. If you would like to remove or destroy airborne pollutants indoors, running an air purifier will diminish contaminant levels.

Whether you need to run your air purifier all day depends on various factors including your indoor air quality, the type of air purifier you have, your specific health concerns, and your energy consumption considerations. Let’s examine the key points to consider.

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