Tips for Energy-efficient Holiday Decorations

Monday, December 15th 2014
Save energy and money by switching to energy-efficient holiday decorations. As the country moves into the holiday season, homeowners will break out their decorations to provide that extra holiday cheer that only decorative lights can offer. After all, the season would not feel the same more

Save Money on your Plumbing by following these Professional Tips

Monday, December 15th 2014
Stop flushing your hard-earned money down the drain and save money on your plumbing by following these professional tips. Economic times are hard enough without wasting money due to a water guzzling or leaking plumbing fixture. Not only will it save you money in utility costs, but also more

HVAC Unit Issues You Shouldn’t Try to Fix Yourself

Monday, December 15th 2014
Most HVAC unit issues require expert help. Roswell homeowners are wise to leave problems to the pros. Trying to resolve HVAC unit problems on your own can often lead to even more problems down the road. You’ve invested a lot of money into your HVAC system, and you rely on it to more

Undeniable Energy Audit Benefits You Need Before Winter Sets In

Monday, December 15th 2014
Can you afford not to take advantage of energy audit benefits? Lower energy costs, higher home value, fewer greenhouse gas contributions — these are just a few of the benefits Dunwoody homeowners can secure when they schedule an energy audit. Find out what the energy audit is, why you need one, more

Space Heater Safety Tips Every Homeowner Should Know

Monday, December 15th 2014
Do you run a space heater in your Sandy Springs home to enhance the warmth? Space heater safety is critical, as the handy units have a deadly side. According to experts, one out of every 20 fires that is started by a space heater results in death and results in millions of dollars worth more

Remodeling an Older Home: 5 Electrical Challenges

Thursday, November 6th 2014
Thinking about remodeling an older home in the Buckhead area? Older homes have many quaint and unique features worth keeping, like original woodwork, intricate window casings and hardwood flooring; however, electrical is generally not one of them. Even though it’s possible to maintain more

Carbon Monoxide & Air Conditioners: What You Should Know

Wednesday, October 29th 2014
  Carbon Monoxide & Air Conditioners: What you Should Know Carbon monoxide safety is a very important facet of home safety that homeowners should always take into account. The odorless and colorless gas is extremely toxic and can cause severe injury or even death due more

UV Light for HVAC: Do they Work?

Wednesday, October 29th 2014
UV Light for HVAC: Do they Work? Germicidal or UV lights for HVAC systems are used to kill the DNA of germs, viruses, mold spores, bacteria and fungi as they pass through the air handler system. A strategically placed UV light is very effective at killing close to one hundred percent more