The Best Ways to Heat a Garage

March 17, 2021

Very few homeowners use the garage for parking cars only. Most Kennesaw homeowners use the space as a workshop, entertainment room, play area for kids, and storage room. However, winter is a difficult time for garage dwellers because of the freezing temperatures and the shivering cold, making the spaces impossible to live in comfortably. Fortunately, you can entertain guests, work on your hobby or allow your kids to play in the garage by heating it. Determine Where You’re Losing Heat The first step to heating your garage during winter is to know where the room is

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Why is It Important to Have My Ducts Cleaned Regularly?

February 16, 2021

Dust, pollen, pet dander, and other pollutants collect in your ducts. They need to be cleaned regularly for several reasons. Better Air Quality Air throughout your home is blown through your ducts. If the ducts aren’t regularly cleaned, what’s in them eventually blows into your house. Since this includes several pollutants, your indoor air quality suffers. It can be especially bothersome for those with allergies or asthma, as these pollutants aggravate their condition. Better HVAC System Performance Dust and dirt reduce the energy efficiency of your HVAC system, such as a furnace

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Why are humidifiers used more in heating than cooling?

January 20, 2021

While having a humidifier in your home can increase comfort throughout the year, it is especially important to have one during the cold winter months. Many heating systems actually come with a built-in humidifier in order to introduce more moisture into the air when the heater is running. There are several reasons why it’s important to humidify your air during the winter. Combat Dry Winter Air Cold air is much more dry than warm summer air. It can’t hold as moisture as well because of its temperature, and this leads to the dry-air feeling associated

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Tips for Cleaning Your HVAC System

October 20, 2020

In the United States, the majority of residential living spaces use central heating, ventilation and cooling systems. These setups utilize HVAC units to condition and heat air, ductwork to carry air throughout homes and apartment complexes and thermostats to tell HVAC systems when to run. Although these networks are sturdy and often last over a decade, they need to be cleaned regularly. Make Use of Compressed Air Air compressors are usually associated with roofers, construction workers and home improvement. Even if you don’t have much use for an air compressor, consider buying or renting one

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