Alpharetta, Atlanta Air Conditioning & Heating Blog

Read about Atlanta & Alpharetta heating and air conditioning services, installations and sales.

22 Jun 2018

Oh No – My Air Conditioner is Frozen!

frozen air conditioner

Alpharetta, GA – If your AC unit doesn’t seem to be working properly, and you notice indoor components are frozen when you check on it, that is a sign you should call an AC company right away. (more…)

24 Apr 2018

Is Your Home’s AC Ready for Summer?

Home’s ACAlpharetta, GA – Spring is here, which means the warm summer months are just around the corner. And that also means you may see higher utility bills as your AC runs more often – and that’s especially true if your unit isn’t ready for the warmer months. (more…)

27 Feb 2018

Cut Costs Without Being Left Out in the Cold

cut cost with saving energyAtlanta, GA – The temperatures have been dropping, and you’ve no doubt already gotten some good use out of your home’s heating system. But has that come with sticker shock when you’ve gotten your electric bills? The good news is, there are some simple ways you can lower those bills, without sacrificing your family’s warmth. The experts at Atlanta Heating and Air Conditioning explain. (more…)

22 Feb 2018

So You Think You Need a New AC Unit – Repair Versus Replacement

Versus ReplacementAtlanta, Georgia – Atlanta residents want to get the most out of their air conditioning units, but sometimes it might be more economical to replace the unit than continue to repair it. Much has changed in the air conditioning world in recent years, so it’s important for homeowners to understand when it might be time to look into installing a new unit, rather than continuing to pour money into their current system. (more…)

21 Feb 2018

Signs It’s Time to Upgrade your Heating Unit

Heating UnitAtlanta, GA – Short of your heating unit just giving up on you, are there ways you can tell when it might be time to upgrade? Don’t be left out in the cold – look for these signs described by the experts at Atlanta Heating and Air Conditioning. (more…)

20 Feb 2018

How to Hire the Right HVAC Company

HVAC companyAtlanta, 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…)

28 Dec 2017

Don’t Let Your Indoor Air Quality Suffer This Winter

Indoor Air QualityAlpharetta, 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…)

30 Nov 2017

The Importance of HVAC Maintenance

HVAC MaintenanceAtlanta, 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…)

24 Nov 2017

What Does That SEER Rating Really Mean?

seer ratingAtlanta, 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…)

22 Nov 2017

Understanding the Time for a New Furnace Installation

New Furnace InstallationAtlanta, 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…)