Why Choose A Rheem Tankless Water Heater? Here’s Why

Thursday, October 31st 2013
Most homeowners in Dunwoody and Marietta may not yet know about Rheem tankless water heaters. Traditionally, only one option existed for water heater replacements: the traditional storage tank system. Thanks to innovative technology, you’ve got options now. Namely, a Rheem tankless water...read more

Could Efficient Lighting Lower Energy Bills? You Bet!

Monday, October 28th 2013
There’s $50 on the table for Woodstock and Roswell homeowners willing to make one simple change: Use efficient lighting. The Department of Energy estimates that homeowners can save $50 a year just by replacing 15 inefficient lightbulbs with more efficient ones. It really is that easy!...read more

Why a Damp Crawlspace Is a Big No-No

Monday, October 28th 2013
Here in the southeast, Atlanta and Buckhead residents have to follow certain rules to keep a damp crawlspace from overtaking their homes. A moist crawlspace can deteriorate the home’s structure, cause the home itself — and the living spaces — to become unbearably humid, and eventually,...read more

What SEER Rating Do You Need in an HVAC System?

Monday, October 28th 2013
Now that the latest technology in air conditioners has hit the market, homeowners have the opportunity to increase efficiency and save even more on energy costs. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) continues to increase efficiency standards in the hope of minimizing the impact of air...read more

Sump Pump Noise: Don’t Ignore It

Thursday, October 10th 2013
If there’s one rule homeowners should live by it’s this one: Don’t ignore sump pump noise. Allowing any type of noise to go unchecked can be bad for the pump — it will likely break down sooner — and the storage items in your basement. If the pump stops working, and...read more

Reliable Heating and Air: A Proud Comfort Institute Member

Friday, October 4th 2013
Homeowners in Atlanta, Woodstock and Roswell commonly experience hot and cold spots, an excessive amount of dust, or increasingly higher humidity levels in their homes. Those problems, however, don’t necessarily stem from the climate. Federal government and utility companies report that...read more

The Most Common Plumbing Problems - With Solutions

Friday, October 4th 2013
It is common for homeowners in to be mystified by plumbing problems. Whether it’s a change water temperature in the shower or concerns about frozen pipes, the answers aren’t always obvious. More problematic is the abundance of misleading information out there when you have these...read more

Sump Pump Power Outage Tips

Friday, October 4th 2013
Sump pump power outage: Four words a homeowner never wants to hear. Heavy rains and thunderstorms can knock out the power to your home, and if you rely on a sump pump to keep up with rising groundwater, your home could be at risk for severe flooding — and you could be in danger, too. In areas...read more