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Summer will soon be coming to a close, and some homeowners are exceedingly grateful. Perhaps you’re one of the thousands of greater metro Atlanta homeowners who have noticed that their air conditioners just weren’t up to snuff this year. Maybe your electricity bills for the past few months have been through the roof, or your AC has been constantly running in an attempt to keep up with the summer heat. Regardless of what’s going on, now’s the perfect time to consider a replacement so that you’re prepared for next summer.
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Ah, summer. It’s the season where setting aside time to unwind is not only acceptable, but encouraged, and for many, this means basking in the AC while outside temperatures rise into the 90s and even higher.
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From the Georgia shore to the Atlanta metro area, the Peach State is known for scorching summers where the temperature can reach triple digits. In the suburbs of Atlanta, air conditioning is a necessity when the season ramps up. While homeowners across the region have their air conditioners humming right now, many ignore typical warning signs of a faltering machine.
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The sizzle of summer is underway in the greater Atlanta metro area. In homes across the region, from the picturesque southern suburbs of Peachtree City in Fayette County, stretching towards the outer towns of Carroll County like Villa Rica, the mercury is rising. It’s the time of year when many families start to crank up their air conditioning.
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As temperatures here in the greater Atlanta area continue rising, you might be wondering about how you’ll keep your home comfortable this summer. With advancements in heating and cooling technology, you have many options on how to air condition your home.
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Homeowners in the Atlanta area are preparing for the hot summer weather that’s right around the corner, and for many of us, this means taking a closer look at our cooling systems. It may be as simple as performing routine maintenance to ensure emergency breakdown doesn’t occur, but it may also be the time to admit that a new air conditioning system is needed—especially if the current unit is over ten years old.
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Spring is heating up here in the Atlanta area, and according to The Weather Channel, there’s a great deal of potential for a warmer than average spring in the south this year. With your AC having been dormant all winter long, now’s the time to ensure that it’s ready to handle the unseasonably hot weather ahead. If you don’t know where to start, you’re not alone.
With winter finally over, the hot Atlanta summer isn’t far away. It’s one of the reasons that so many people use spring as a time to improve home performance, paying particular attention to their air conditioning units. HVAC maintenance is something that often goes overlooked, but anyone who has ever experienced an emergency breakdown on one of the hottest days of the year knows just how important it actually is.
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Winter is an excellent time of year for greater Atlanta homeowners to think about ways in which to improve home performance. Many enjoy the cooler weather this time of year brings, as it allows them to prepare for the heat of summer. Some will remember difficulties keeping the home cool last summer, and if this is true for you, the answer may be found in upgrading your HVAC system.
mini split maintenance
Almost every house seems to have them — a space that’s always too cold during the winter and too hot over the summer. Maybe it’s a room over the garage or a bathroom that was added on at some point. If you have an area in your home that’s always uncomfortable, what can you do? Luckily, there’s a simple solution that can make your whole Atlanta area home comfortable, no matter the season.

Add a Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pump to Your Home

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