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What If You Go With Cheap Plumbing Parts?

Posted on: September 5, 2018

Are you living on a budget? Most Atlanta homeowners do. One of the things that break the bank is unexpected maintenance. And your plumbing system tops the list of where things can go wrong.  Imagine waking up to a toilet that won’t flush. Or living with a leaky bathroom faucet. All night long, it’s drip,…

Retrocommissioning May Be The Way To Improve Efficiency

Posted on: September 2, 2018

How many years ago was your property built? Commercial buildings frequently have changes made based on new occupants and tenants. Walls are ripped down and put up in new places. Entire floors are reconstructed to suit a new tenants needs.  And even though the building’s overall mechanical, electrical, and control systems continue to operate as…

Do You Believe These Tankless Water Heater Myths?

Posted on: August 30, 2018

Do you need a new water heater to heat the water in your home? What’s the best water heater for your needs: traditional tank or a tankless? If you do a little searching online, you’ll find a lot of varying opinions. Some people love tankless systems while others say they aren’t worth the investment.  Which…

Why You Shouldn’t Be Using Your Registers For Temperature Control

Posted on: August 28, 2018

In today’s world, our homes are bigger than ever before. Three, four, even five bedrooms are now the norm. We have guest rooms, entertainment rooms, even craft rooms where we store our favorite hobbies. And that takes a lot of heat and air to ensure every room is kept at the proper temperature.  When the…

Getting Your HVAC System Ready For Vacation

Posted on: August 25, 2018

The last few weeks of summer means one last chance for a vacation.  If you’re heading out of town for more than a few days, you may have considered turning off your HVAC system in order to save energy. It sounds logical. Why heat or cool a place where you won’t be? But in the…

Your Bathroom Clogs Might Be Trying To Tell You Something

Posted on: August 23, 2018

What room in your home has the most plumbing? If you said the bathroom, you are correct. In the master bath alone you have pipes leading to two sinks, a toilet, a tub, and a shower. When you add it all up, about 40 percent of the water you use inside every day goes to…

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