Ductless Heat Pumps Are a Year-Round Comfort Solution

In Georgia, many people choose ductless air conditioning to keep their homes cool when the temperatures outside are on the rise. But did you know it’s also possible to heat your home with a ductless system as well? The best part? It’s an all-in-one solution, so you can reliably heat your home with your ductless…

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What’s Wrong with the Furnace in My Atlanta, GA Home?

Your home’s furnace or heat pump works 24 hours a day and seven days a week. As a result, it is common for some issues to occur. Heating units are made up of motors, relays, switches and circuitry. As they cycle on and off, year after year, it’s inevitable that something will eventually fail. In…

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Case Study: Fixing Noisy HVAC System and Humid Home

A noisy HVAC system is a nuisance and can be a symptom of a larger problem. Since the customer at this brick home built in the 1980s also had humidity issues in the summer, our team decided that the installation of a high efficiency Daikin FIT system was the right solution. Not only are these…

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How Can I Tell If My Heating System Needs Repair?

When the weather turns cooler in Georgia, people find themselves looking to their heating system to stay warm and comfortable. It’s important to make sure that your heating system is ready for the cold weather. Of course, one of the best ways to do that is by making sure that your system gets the proper…

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Fireplace Safety Tips For Wood and Gas Fireplaces

Today’s fireplaces are much different than those of days past. Older fireplaces were primarily constructed of masonry flues that were double-lined and strongly constructed to ensure decades of trouble-free use with the occasional cleaning. Fireplaces today are designed using pre-fab, high-tech methods that rely on metal flues and lightweight metal casings that are much more…

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Learn About Your Home’s Heating System

It always seems that the coldest night of the year also is the night your furnace will decide to quit working. Today’s furnaces are much more efficient than your parent’s or grandparent’s home heating systems. In order to obtain higher efficiencies, furnaces have become much more complex. This complexity means that there are more mechanical…

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Case Study: HVAC System Replacement Before Selling House

Upon a recommendation from their realtor, a customer approached us about replacing a 29 year old AC system at their father’s home before listing it. During our inspection, we demonstrated that the furnace was also showing signs of failure. After discussing options with the customer, it was decided a full system replacement was necessary. Our…

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When Winter Arrives, Will Your Heating System Be Ready?

While the winter weather in Georgia is often warmer than it is in other areas of the country, that doesn’t mean we don’t rely on heating to keep us comfortable when the temperatures dip down. Even if you don’t use your heating system all that often, it’s still important to make sure it’s operating properly.…

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Case Study: Fixing Improper HVAC Installation

Improper installation of HVAC units can cause long-term headaches or even damage to your home, health and safety. In this example, a lack of headroom hindered the duct work, requiring a drainage pan and sump pump to move moisture. Eventually, the homeowners decided to contact Empire HVAC for a proper installation. Our solution involved a…

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