Everyone in the south knows: It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity that makes us feel so hot.
What’s worse than having no hot water? Having that hot water flood into your home due to a water heater bursting.
There’s nothing worse than sitting in your home and realizing that your air conditioner is blowing hot air--especially during the sickeningly hot summer months. Even though It’s not summer yet, you don’t want to look for answers for why your air conditioner isn’t working when you’re burning up inside your home.
It’s summertime, and you’ve noticed your AC never stops running. Should you be concerned?
If you’re finding out that your air conditioner can’t keep up, we’ve got you covered. Here are 2 steps to helping improve your AC’s cooling abilities.
A sewer line backup is not only unhealthy, but difficult and expensive to repair. And your home insurance may not help pay for damages, either. Here's how to prevent them.
Typically, your AC breaker trips when there’s a short circuit, the AC is overworking or a part is bad or malfunctioning. Here are the usual culprits...
Coolray Heating and Cooling Inc. (Coolray) a privately held provider of heating, air conditioning, plumbing, home security and automation services announced today it has acquired Conyers based Metro Mechanical Inc. a 31 year old family-owned HVAC business with a significant presence across the metro Atlanta region.
To properly cool your home, your central air conditioner needs enough refrigerant. Too little refrigerant leaves you sweaty and can severely damage your air conditioner.
For the past four decades, the refrigerant R-22, also known as Freon, a HCFC (hydrocholorofluorocarbon) has been the refrigerant of choice for residential heat pump and air conditioning systems. A recent Clean Air Act implemented by the EPA has established a schedule to phase-out HCFCs, including R-22, which contain ozone-destroying chlorine.