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    Having your air conditioner regularly serviced can only positively impact your home’s climate. We recommend having your air conditioning system “tuned up” each season to keep it running smoothly all year-round. We call this “preventative maintenance” – scheduled maintenance that reduces your chance of experiencing unexpected AC trouble in future. These service sessions can improve system performance, increase efficiency, guarantee safety and extend system lifespan. It’s tempting to skip fall and winter tune-ups since these are the seasons your AC gets a bit of break but the fall tune-up is just as important as any other season’s. Better Efficiency and Better Air Quality The last thing you want at the beginning of fall, when you’re supposed to finally catch a break on high utility bills, is an unexpected expensive HVAC bill. A good pre-fall servicing will ensure that you get what you pay for and you aren’t overpaying. Many common air conditioning oversights such as dirty coils and filters can lead to inefficiency. A clean filter promotes efficiency, improves your indoor air quality (IAQ) and reduces the amount of allergens around the house. You’ll want to replace your air conditioning filters or clean reusable filters at least four times a year or...

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  • What to Expect When Replacing Your Furnace?

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    Did your furnace turn on and off more often than normal or did you notice spikes in your bill last winter? Did you just have your HVAC seasonal maintenance checkup and the technician suggested that you get a new furnace soon? With cold weather approaching, you don’t want to wait until your furnace goes totally out before considering replacement.   Finding yourself faced with replacing your old, inefficient unit and needing advice on which product to choose can leave many homeowners scratching their heads. At Atlanta Air Care, we provide free estimates as well as sales, service, and installation of a wide array of home heating units. Our factory-trained technicians stay up to date on the latest technology and name brand features so they can assist you in reviewing your options. Whether your home uses natural gas, propane, oil, electric, or a heat pump systems, we can help you make an educated and informed selection to best meet your needs.     Our material and workmanship guarantees will put you at ease. Our systems are backed with 10 year parts and labor warranties and if you are not completely satisfied with your new system within 2 years of installation, we will do everything in our power...

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  • Don’t Wait for Full Furnace Failure!

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    Take some time today to make sure you and your family aren't stuck in a cold home this winter. Checking your furnace’s performance before cold weather sets in can save you from shivering on a cold night while you wait for a service technician. While furnace replacement can be costly, would you rather pay increased heating bills and repair costs or have an energy efficient furnace that will give you peace of mind all winter? Knowing when to replace your gas furnace isn’t the same for every system, but it is important to know some warning signs that your furnace may need replacing. Consider these points: Flame Color Your pilot light flame should burn a steady, bright blue, not yellow. A blue flame indicates the correct balance of gases. A yellow or flickering flame could mean that the furnace is producing carbon monoxide, an odorless, tasteless, possibly fatal, poisonous gas. Age of the Furnace The average life expectancy of a furnace is between 16 and 20 years. If your furnace is past the 15 year mark, you should be planning on replacing it fairly soon to avoid shopping for a replacement furnace in an emergency situation. When considering this home improvement cost, keep in...

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  • Important Indoor Air Quality Considerations

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    Attached garages provide homeowners with an area for storing vehicles and a home’s mechanical system, as well as often providing personal storage and work areas. Unfortunately, the gases, vapors, and fumes produced by the vehicles, paints, and appliances can affect your home’s indoor air quality. Carbon monoxide, VOCs, and mold can get into your home through open doors, ductwork, and gaps around closed doors as well as unsealed, cracked or damaged garage walls and ceilings. These pollutants can pose health and safety issues to you and your family. A furnace or hot water heater in your garage could create unhealthy levels of carbon monoxide. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are produced by various fuels, paints, fertilizers, pesticides and other chemicals that are often stored in garages. Mold is prevalent in garages with leaks, water damage, or high humidity. Even the everyday act of driving into your garage, shutting off the engine and closing the garage door can allow pollutants to linger and drift into your home. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to help prevent your attached garage from negatively impacting your home’s indoor air quality. These steps can go far toward minimizing exposure to air pollutants and improving the air quality in...

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  • Choosing the Right HVAC Filter

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    According to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air pollutants rate among the top five environmental health risks. Home improvements such as air-tight construction and insulation may prevent drafts and save on energy costs, but they contribute to poor indoor air quality by preventing the circulation of fresh air into your home and trapping pollutants inside. Your HVAC filter is a major factor in your home's air quality. MERV To measure the efficiency of HVAC filters, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) has a rating system called the minimum efficiency reporting value (MERV). The MERV scale ranges from 1 (lowest, least efficient) to 20 (highest, extremely efficient), with most residential filters ranging from 4 to 12. Every HVAC air filter has a MERV rating, which measures how efficiently a filter captures pollutants that pass through the system. Flat-paneled, disposable filters (MERV rating: 1-4, cost: $1-2) This basic filter consists of 1 inch-thick spun fiberglass on a metal-like grating. This type of filter provides protection for heating and cooling components but not necessarily for cleaning the air. Disposable pleated filters (MERV rating: 5-13, cost: $4-5) This popular option, made from polyester or cotton paper, offers 3-4 times the amount of surface area of...

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At Atlanta Air Care, we’re proud of our years of service to the Metro Atlanta area and look forward to helping you with your air conditioning and heating needs. We’re pleased to serve both residential and commercial customers; our team is prepared to help you with the sales, service, and installation of the comfort system that is ideal for your home or business. And be sure to ask Atlanta Air Care for a free estimate. Whether it’s a new installation or routine service, our factory-trained technicians provide the expertise your comfort depends on. At Atlanta Air Care, we repair all makes and models. All of our systems are backed by a 10 year parts and labor warranty. Some exclusions apply contact our office at 770-693-9842 for more details.

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Replaced 2 complete HVAC units and a hot water heater. Excellent customer service.
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