A broken sewer line can lead to costly problems in your Atlanta-area home. Knowing the signs that you have one can help you prevent further damage, keeping costs to a minimum.
Got a central air conditioner that turns on and off every few seconds or minutes? This is called “short cycling” (because normally the AC has a regular on and off “cycle” that varies with the outside temperature.)
Recently, we had a customer who filled out our Ask an Expert form and asked, “Once the [air conditioning] system is filled with Freon, how long might the Freon last? Forever so long as there are no more leaks? Are leaks inevitable?”
Do you feel like you’re never comfortable at home, even though the AC reaches the set temperature?
Summertime in Atlanta means one thing for sure—everyone is using their air conditioner, often to capacity.
Here’s a common question from homeowners in Georgia looking to replace their heating/cooling system, “Should I get a heat pump or an air conditioner/furnace system?”
So, you’ve seen the signs that you need a new air conditioner. And you’re researching online or talking to AC contractors, and you’ve heard about “single-stage air conditioners” and “two-stage air conditioners.”
There’s some old, bad advice out there that says you should close off your air conditioning vents in unused rooms. While this sounds good in theory, it can actually have the opposite effect—and worse.
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