Atlanta, GA – A quick Google search for heating and cooling companies in your area will no doubt bring up a large list. So, how can you know for sure that you’re hiring the best company possible? Phil Montgomery of Atlanta Heating and Air Conditioning offers some tips. (more…)
Alpharetta, GA – December 22 was the first official day of winter. Is your home ready? You can save time and money by ensuring your home is prepared for the dropping temperatures. Phil Montgomery of Atlanta Heating and Air Conditioning offers his top tips on winterizing your home. (more…)
Alpharetta, GA – The new year is almost here, and that means colder temperatures are here to stay for a while. Your family will be huddled in your warm home more over the coming months, so it’s important that you make sure that air you are breathing in is as fresh as possible. (more…)
Atlanta, GA – Your HVAC system has a big job to do in both heating and cooling your home. Yet, many people don’t take proper care of their home’s systems. Yearly maintenance appointments with your heating and cooling technician can ensure your system stays running well for years to come. (more…)
Atlanta, GA – If you’ve been looking at upgrading your HVAC unit, you’ve may have been wondering about SEER ratings – what are they, and is a higher one really better for your home? Phil Montgomery, owner of Atlanta Heating and Air Conditioning, explains what you need to know about SEER ratings. (more…)
Atlanta, Georgia – The cold winter months are fast approaching. Is your furnace ready to face the cold?
“Before the coldest months set in, be sure your family will be comfortable all winter long by having your furnace inspected by a licensed technician,” says Phil Montgomery, owner of Atlanta Heating and Air Conditioning, an Atlanta heater repair company. “The average life expectancy of a furnace is typically 20 years. If your unit is approaching that age, or if it is older than that, it might be time to consider a new furnace installation.” (more…)
Atlanta, GA – As the temperature stays on the cold side, you’re probably tired of seeing expensive energy bills. To heat your home efficiently and save money on your bills each month, follow these tips by Atlanta heating and cooling expert Phil Montgomery.
If you’re tired of high energy bills in the winter, follow these tips for heating your home more efficiently.
When it comes to your AC not working as well as it should it might be something as simple as changing your air filter. Not many people realize the importance that an air conditioner filter has on the unit’s performance and longevity. An HVAC filter does exactly what its name implies: it filters the air. Not only that, it filters out dust, dog and cat hair, dander, dust mites, and even mold spores.
If you think your air filter is really not all that important, think again. If an AC air filter is left unchanged it can ruin your unit and even burn up the motor because the unit has to work that much harder. In turn, the unit will cycle more, use more energy, and your house will not be as comfortable as it needs to be. A dirty air conditioner filter can even add to higher levels of humidity in your home which can lead to mold and mildew. (more…)
Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Heating and Air Conditioning owner Phil Montgomery always looks for ways to help his homeowners find the most efficient and cost effective ways to heat and cool their homes. One way some homeowners can recognize energy savings is through the use of a hybrid heating system.
How might a hybrid heating system work in your Atlanta home?
But what exactly is a hybrid heating system?
“A hybrid heating system is a combination of a heat pump and a gas furnace,” says Montgomery. “They offer efficiency and great comfort levels, while also offering homeowners smaller carbon footprints.” (more…)
Atlanta, GA – Summer is time to have fun in the sun, but it may also bring unwanted allergy symptoms for some. If you can’t get relief from your allergies, even in the comfort of your home, it’s time to think about having your air conditioning unit serviced.
If you suffer from summer allergies even while inside your home, it may be time to think about servicing your AC.
How can servicing your AC help? Indoor allergies are often due to things inside your home. No matter how much you clean, dust particles still settle in your air ducts, and when your AC runs, these particles get redistributed all over your home. But that’s not all, your AC can also blow around pet dander, dust mites and other annoyances that can trigger your allergies. (more…)