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Is Air Duct Cleaning Necessary?

Posted on: January 23, 2017

Air duct cleaning is absolutely necessary. Inside every house there will be accumulation of dirt and dust, so you definitely need to have your air ducts cleaned, as well as scheduled routine maintenance. Here at R.S. Andrews we can come out and do a thorough assessment, see if your ducts need to be cleaned. We…

How UV Light Works

Posted on: January 2, 2017

Many homes these days have ultraviolet lights inside the HVAC system. The way these work is it’s a light that stays on inside of the ductwork all the time. And any time the fan inside of your system turns on, either for heating or cooling, the air moves through and across this light. The light…

Air Duct Cleaning – Do It Yourself in Atlanta

Posted on: December 12, 2016

  When we’re talking about cleaning the ductwork inside of your home, you should always use a licensed professional. A NADCA certified company is the only one that you should allow into your home to clean your ductwork. Anyone else has not gone through the testing procedures or know the proper ways to evaluate and…

How Often to Clean Air Ducts

Posted on: November 14, 2016

  Air ducts should be cleaned on average about every three to five years. NADCA can’t really put a timeline on it, just because of the way people live. The length of time can vary drastically. It could be every year, or it could be every seven years. If you don’t have any pets, if…

How Long Does Air Duct Cleaning Take?

Posted on: October 31, 2016

  Air duct cleaning on average takes anywhere from three to five hours, depending on the size of the system as well as the size of the home. The amount of registers you have and exactly how involved the actual cleaning is are additional factors. In some instances it can actually take longer than five…

How to Run Electrical Wiring Outside

Posted on: October 3, 2016

  Before you run any electrical wiring outside whatsoever, you absolutely need to make sure you call utility location. Essentially there‚Äôs two ways to run wire into the ground. You can do direct burial cable, which has to be dug down to 24 inches deep. You need to have a trench 24 inches deep before…

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