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Author: Georgia Havens

AC Mistakes That Are Costing You Money

With our 88-degree summer highs in Gaffney, SC, turning off your air conditioner leaves you feeling the instant defeat of the heat. The air begins immediately warming again, and lethargy keeps you from daily activities. However, it’s understandable that most residents power down their units when possible to save on monthly charges, but learning about...

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Benefits Of Ductwork Services

The weather is finally warming up in Gaffney, SC for outdoor activities, such as the re-opening of the Gaffney Farmer’s Market and strawberry picking at Strawberry Hill USA Farm. Along with warmer weather, the spring season can also bring allergies for some. It is important for homeowners to take action to ensure their home has good indoor air quality,...

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What Causes Poor Indoor Air Quality?

As the spring season sets in, many are enjoying the warmer weather and sunshine. The days are getting longer, flowers are blooming, and grass is growing. While the spring brings many enjoyable things, it also causes allergies and poor indoor air quality. Your home should be an escape from the pollen outdoors, but dust and other allergens can trigger...

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5 Benefits Of A Heat Pump

February weather in South Carolina can be a mix of both spring and winter temperatures. Weather fluctuations can make it difficult to maintain a comfortable temperature in your home, because many are unsure whether to continue using heat or switch over to air conditioning. For homeowners who want a flexible heating and cooling option to keep their...

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5 Signs You Need A New Heating System

What are some things you do to stay warm and cozy in the winter? Many enjoy cuddling up on the couch with a cup of Ghirardelli hot chocolate or cooking their favorite soup recipe. Behind every cozy day at home, your heating unit is working hard to maintain your comfort. However, there may come a day when your heating unit finally breaks down for...

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Heat Pumps vs. Furnaces

Have you ever wondered what the best heating option for your home in Gaffney is, but didn’t know where to start? The variety of options can be hard to choose from, which is why we are here to help determine the best fit for your home. Two common heating options in South Carolina homes are heat pumps and furnaces, but what is the difference? In this...

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Do Ceiling Fans Increase Air Quality?

If you or someone in your home struggles with bad allergies, you may wonder which components of your home contribute to poor air quality. While ceiling fans are beneficial to both heating and cooling, they can collect dust. In this blog, we will discuss if ceiling fans increase air quality in Gaffney and the benefits it can provide. How Do Ceiling...

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The Importance Of Heating Maintenance

Fall weather in Gaffney can fluctuate often, which leaves many unsure whether to heat or cool their home. One day can have warm temperatures and require air conditioning, while another can leave your home chilly. When temperatures finally drop for good, it is important to have your heating unit ready to go. Fall maintenance in Gaffney can ensure...

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What To Look For In A New Air Conditioner

Air conditioners are one of the most important appliances in your home, because they determine important factors such as air quality, comfort, and energy usage. If you are in the market to purchase an air conditioner, there are many aspects to consider regarding the system and your home. In this blog post, we will explore what to look for in a new...

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Is It Bad To Leave My Windows Open With The AC On?

In late summer, many homeowners want to open their windows to enjoy the summer breeze while it lasts. While the breeze may feel nice to enjoy the warmth from the comfort of your home, we recommend stepping outside rather than opening a window. Open windows can pose a threat to the health and efficiency of your air conditioner, and in this blog we...

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