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What To Know Before Buying a Water Heater

Posted on: January 23, 2020

The average water heater needs replacing approximately every eight to twelve years. That means over your lifetime, you won’t have the opportunity to purchase more than a few of them. And when you’re only considering your options every decade or so, technological advances can confuse you and make your decision more difficult. If you’re in…

Can I Plug My Electric Car In At Home?

Posted on: January 21, 2020

You don’t have to drive very far down the streets of Atlanta to discover there are more electric vehicles on the road today than ever before. Maybe that’s because there are so many available for a variety of manufacturers. Whether you prefer a Chevy or a BMW, or want to take a ride in the…

Does Your HVAC Use R22 Refrigerant? Here’s How It Will Impact You

Posted on: January 20, 2020

Does your HVAC system use R22 refrigerant? You may be in for a surprise the next time you schedule a maintenance visit with one of our technicians. As of January 1, 2020, the production and import of R22 refrigerant is illegal. That means technicians will no longer have a supply line of R22 to fix…

How Do I Know If My Plumbing Is Bad?

Posted on: January 18, 2020

Your plumbing is one of the most essential systems in your home. Yet plumbing problems aren’t always obvious, and if left unchecked can cause severe damage in a short period of time. Even the smallest leak can filter to many different rooms, damaging flooring, wallboards, paint, and your personal property. It can cause biological growth,…

Why Do The Lights In My House Keep Flickering?

Posted on: January 16, 2020

Occasionally, you’ll have a light that flickers inside your home. But if flickering lights has become your new normal, you need to investigate the cause. Flickering lights are usually caused by: A problem with the lightbulb Your first step should be to check the lightbulb. Bulbs can loosen over time, which causes them to lose…

How To Protect Your Home From Dry Air

Posted on: January 14, 2020

Is your home to dry? If indoor air is too dry, it can bring on a host of problems, including itchy skin conditions, scratchy throat, stuffy nose, colds, and an increase in respiratory conditions including allergies, asthma, and bronchitis. What causes indoor air supply to be too dry? A low relative humidity level. It’s not…

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