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Water Dripping From Your Ceiling? It May Be Your Air Conditioner

Posted on: July 14, 2017

It’s hot outside. Temperatures are blazing all across Atlanta. Your air conditioner has been put into full-time use. And then problems begin to occur. You look up and find water dripping from your ceiling. You walk into a room to find a water-soaked floor. Many frantically look for the problem: a leaking toilet, a crack…

Indoor Allergens Are Impacting Your Indoor Air Quality

Posted on: July 13, 2017

Do you know where many symptoms of allergy and asthma begin? Right there in your home. Many people with allergies stay indoors when pollen and mold are high outdoors. But that leaves you exposed to pollen and mold that comes inside in the form of dust mites, pet dander, and other contaminants that make their…

How Lighting Impacts Parking Lot Security

Posted on: July 11, 2017

In a parking lot, the most violent crimes occur in an urban area, stranger on stranger. It’s usually a purse snatch or strong-arm robbery, though occasionally you’ll also find a criminal involved in a carjacking with a possible abduction. In a parking lot, we’re all strangers ripe for opportunity. The next time you’re in a…

Common Toilet Problems And What You Can Do To Fix Them

Posted on: July 10, 2017

Problem #1: The Clog This problem comes as no surprise. It’s the most common problem you’re likely to have with your toilet. Whether it’s a little too much toilet paper, a child’s toy that is “accidentally” flushed, or a deeper problem within the pipes, toilets can clog for a variety of reasons. Keep several tools…

It May Be Time To Replace Your Bathroom Fan

Posted on: July 8, 2017

The bathroom fan vents hot, moist air to keep the room comfortably dry. By controlling the humidity levels, it also prevents mildew and other biological growth throughout the space. Because it operates in an ever-changing, moist environment, problems can arise quickly that make the fixture run at a less than optimal level. Motor Stops Running…

How Older Commercial Businesses Can Go Green With LEED

Posted on: July 6, 2017

When a new commercial building is built, we expect it to have a variety of environmentally friendly features in place. In new construction homes, we expect the latest technology to save water and energy too. But the vast majority of Atlanta’s home and work space is not new. The new is built around an infrastructure…

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