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Why Your HVAC System Needs Surge Protection

Posted on: August 11, 2019

What’s one of the most expensive systems inside your home? If you said your HVAC system, you are correct. If the entire system shut down today, how would that impact your life and your budget? Here in Georgia, we’re used to summertime storms. Winds pick up. Rain settles in. Lightning strikes. And we deal with…

Preparing Your Home For An Energy Efficient Vacation

Posted on: August 9, 2019

Whether you’re leaving for a week away, or are taking months away to explore someplace new, a vacation can be hard on your home. Why leave everything ready and waiting for a house that will sit empty for days (or weeks.) The primary reason to get your house in top shape is for safety. You…

Restroom Design For Your Commercial Property

Posted on: August 7, 2019

Think about this for a moment: most people feel that a messy restroom tarnishes a businesses image. Yet almost 70 percent of respondents to a recent survey say they’ve experienced unpleasant conditions in a restroom either as an employee or a customer. What tops the list of dislikes is an empty or jammed toilet paper…

What Are The Effects of Biological Growth on your Air Conditioner

Posted on: August 6, 2019

For most of us, biological growth isn’t something we spend much time thinking about. But we live with it, it surrounds us, everywhere we turn. We see it in nature – on trees, under rocks and leaves on the ground, or on plants in the garden as they decay in the fall. We see it…

Why Your Commercial Lighting May Be The Best Place To Start For Energy Efficiency

Posted on: August 4, 2019

Conserving energy is tough for many commercial buildings. No matter how many energy efficient strategies you implement on the operational side of the structure, ultimately it depends on how the building’s occupants use it. And if the negatives outweigh the positives, you’ll end up paying the price in more complaints and movement as people leave…

How Your Ceiling Fan Blades Contribute To Feeling Cooler

Posted on: August 2, 2019

When most homeowners shop for a new ceiling fan, the first thing they look for is an aesthetically pleasing style. They may count the blades, assuming they are what controls the breeze. But there’s more to it than that. Ceiling fan blades impact both aesthetics and functionality. Ceiling fan blades can operate in dry or…

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