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Some home safety hazards are obvious, like a toy truck or a ball lying at the top of the stairs or a broken handrail. But what about the not so obvious safety hazards? What measures have you taken lately to ensure you and your family live in a safe environment? Focus on these three areas to get started on a safer home today.
- Fire Hazards - The first line of defense is obviously smoke alarms. Here's what you need to know:
- Install alarms on every level of the house.
Is your air conditioning system struggling to keep all areas of your home evenly cooled? Well, you are not alone. It is a problem commonly seen during the hot, humid days of summer especially for multi-story homes. Use the following tips to help tackle the problem of uneven cooling in your home.
Water damage - just hearing that phrase can illicit a feeling of dread. Water can damage flooring, walls, furniture, upholstery, electronics, household appliances, plumbing and the list goes on and on. Water damage can also increase the risk of mold growth and be greatly detrimental to indoor air quality. Depending on the extent of the damage, your circumstances may require the services of a water restoration company that specializes in mitigating the effects of water. In the case of minor damage, you may be able to handle it with the following tips: REMOVE EVERYTHING
Guess what? It is still hot and humid and it is also still humid and hot. And we are not sure when it will stop being hot and humid or if you prefer, humid and hot. So let's talk about a common air conditioner problem you may be experiencing during these dog days of summer - short cycling. Cycling is a normal operational process for HVAC systems. Typically, your system should have 2-3 cooling cycles within an hour on a moderate summer day.
August is a month of transitions. Your household may be transitioning into a new school year, from summer to fall activities or from hot weather to milder temperatures - hopefully! Use this time of transition to mark a few of these items off of your home checklist:
- Tidy Your Mudroom or Drop Zone: Especially if you have kids in the house, take this opportunity to get a busy entryway under control. Clear the clutter, clean rugs and floors, wipe down shelving and put back only the essentials.
Knowing that you want to keep your family and employees breathing the best, safest air possible, we are on Part 2 of indoor air quality solutions. Last week, we talked about changing the air filter, vacuuming regularly, and proper ventilation. You can read that post here. Keep reading for more tips to clean up your air!
Are you concerned about the indoor air quality in your home or business? In today's world, we are spending more and more time indoors which means health risks due to indoor air pollution are on the rise. We know you want to keep your family and employees breathing the best, safest air possible, so we have some practical tips to help you do just that!
Learn how to program the thermostat in your Atlanta area home for energy savings while you're on vacation. Anchor Heating & Air Co. is the trusted home comfort & efficiency pros, serving the heating & cooling needs of homeowners in Peachtree City, Newnan, Dallas, Acworth, Marietta, College Park, & Buckhead, GA
First let's discuss the difference between a smart thermostat and programmable thermostat. Most households have a programmable thermostat, which lets you set the temperature and have the thermostat change it based on preset temperatures for different times of day. In addition to this, smart thermostats learn from your behaviors, allow you to control the climate in your home remotely, show you energy consumption in real-time, and can even adjust themselves based on conditions like humidity or an oven being turned on.
Has your air conditioner been working overtime lately? In Part 1 of this series we discussed some reasons this may be happening, such as the size of your unit, a faulty thermostat or a lack of proper insulation. We also listed some ways to tell how much is too much activity for current temperatures. Here are a few more items to check out if feel like your air conditioner is constantly running.