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Blog Posts in November, 2014

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  • Signs Your Furnace May Not Be Working Properly
    Signs Your Furnace May Not Be Working Properly

    Furnace repairs can be expensive, and replacement is a major expense. Especially if your furnace is older, it’s important to pay attention to signs that could indicate your system isn’t working ...

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  • Cold Weather Safety Reminders
    Cold Weather Safety Reminders

    Georgia may have milder winters than northern states, but cold weather safety is still a major consideration once the sultry temperatures give way to winter chill. These essential cold weather safety ...

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  • Now is the Time to Insulate Windows and Doors Against Drafts
    Now is the Time to Insulate Windows and Doors Against Drafts

    No matter how efficient your heating system is, air leaks in your home’s envelope, particularly around doors and windows, can have a major impact on your comfort level and your energy bills. Leaky ...

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  • Leaky Ducts Can Account for 25-30% Higher Cost of Energy Bills
    Leaky Ducts Can Account for 25-30% Higher Cost of Energy Bills

    You’ve had your annual heating system tune-up and sealed the air leaks in your home, and now you’re ready to save money when colder weather arrives in Georgia, right? Well, maybe not. If you haven’t ...

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  • The Importance of Proper Ceiling Insulation in your Home
    The Importance of Proper Ceiling Insulation in your Home

    The Benefits of Insulation One of the best ways to improve your home’s energy efficiency and reduce your heating and cooling bills is with effective insulation. According to the U.S. Department of ...

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  • The Importance of Insulating Pipes in Unheated Areas of Your Home
    The Importance of Insulating Pipes in Unheated Areas of Your Home

    Should You Insulate Your Hot Water Pipes When preparing for winter, plumbing isn’t always the number one priority for homeowners. However, ignoring plumbing and pipes can lead to more trouble than ...

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