As the weather gets cold in Atlanta and heating bills rise to their most costly levels of the year, many people ask: Why is my heat bill so high? What can I do to lower my heat bill? These are excellent questions—questions that the heating experts at Fulton Services love to help out with. Naturally, we offer a wide variety of efficient heating products and oftentimes we recommend that a customer get a heating tune-up, but sometimes the best solution is to have your ductwork tested for leaks and sealed. So, the question is: Do I need duct sealing? Your Atlanta home or business may need duct sealing if… Furniture and other items are constantly dusty in spite of regular cleaning. Your heating bill seems unreasonably high. Ductwork in a garage, attic, basement, or crawlspace is exposed. Certain rooms are always colder than other rooms. The air in certain areas is stuffy. A leak in the ductwork at your Atlanta home or business could be costing you a lot of money month after month. Your heating unit produces heated air which then gets disbursed throughout the building via the ducts. If your ducts have leaks, your heated air is constantly being lost, and your heating unit must work extra to make up for it, causing your heating bill to be higher than it should be. This doesn’t mean you need to have the ducts replaced; some simple duct repair will work just fine. If you think your Atlanta area home or business has leaky ductwork, contact Fulton Services right away, so that you don’t waste any more heat and...
Winter is slowly approaching and many homeowners in Atlanta, GA are starting to think about getting their heating systems in order. Some will simply need to call for a heating system tune up others might be seriously thinking about replacing their heating system. If you do need to replace your heating system you should consider looking into the advantages of a heat pump, specifically a geothermal heat pump. For thousands of years human beings have been using the natural heating and cooling properties of the earth to cool and heat their dwelling spaces. Shade, caves, water, and wind have all been harnessed to effectively heat or cool living spaces. With our advanced technologies we are now able to better harnesses the heating and cooling properties of the earth using heat pumps. There are different kinds of heat pumps that depend on water, air, or earth. The most popular heat pumps are those that use air and earth. The most effective and efficient type of heat pump is the geothermal heat pumps. Geothermal heat pumps draw warm air from the ground to heat the home during the winter, and push warm air from the home into the ground to cool the home. The air is transferred through a pipe that is either filled with water or antifreeze. Similarly, an air source heat pump extracts heat from the air in the winter and pushes it through the house. In the summer it pulls hot air from the home and pushes it outside to keep the home cool. But because of the drastic temperature difference between the air temperature inside and outside...
In Atlanta, Georgia we are used to the weather being nice and toasty. So when it starts to get cold out we retreat inside our homes, turn the heating system on, and wait for the cold to pass. And when your home heating system doesn’t work it can be a real nightmare. Whether the heat is not distributed properly, or the heating unit produces a strange odor, or the heat won’t even turn on, theexpert technicians at Fulton can help solve any of your heating needs. Heating system problems can be hard to diagnose if you don’t know what to look for. They can be as simple as a malfunctioning thermostat or as serious as a furnace or boiler that needs to be replaced. Fulton plumbing, heating and air conditioning has the diagnostic tools, equipment, and training to diagnosis and fix the problem. And if your heating system needs to be replaced, we can help you make the best decision for your home and budget by clearly explaining all your options. Gas, propane, heat pumps, furnaces, boilers, geothermal …you name it…and Fulton, your Atlanta Georgia plumbing, heating, and air-conditioning company is able to install and repair it. One suggestion we make to all of our customers is that they have their home heating system tuned up and safety checked at least once or twice a year. During one of our ultimate heating system tune ups we check all the belts, fans, motors, bearings, vents, burners, drains, wiring, thermostat and so much more. We make sure everything is clean, functioning properly and safely. We especially check to make sure that there isn’t any...
Fulton Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning Ductless mini-split systems are rising in popularity in the HVAC industry, mostly because they offer energy and space efficient ways to heat and cool your home. People are now relying more and more on ductless heat pumps during the cold months of winter because it is a great way to directly control the individual temperature and comfort of individual rooms or zones of your house. There are a variety of great reasons to consider a transition to a ductless heating system this season. OurHVAC technicians at Fulton Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning want to share some of the great benefits of these mini-split systems with you… along with some of the common drawbacks as well. Check out our Customer Comments: Click Here! Your individual needs are what matters the most and the comfort of your family is one of our number one priorities. Take a couple minutes to figure out if a ductless system is right for you! What is a ductless mini-split system and how does it work? Typically when you heat and cool your home, the hot or cold air travels in your home through a series of ducts or a duct system in order to be transported from the heat or air conditioning source to its intended destination. A duct system can attach your entire home making sure that your furnace, boiler, heat pump, air conditioner or any other single HVAC unit can provide whatever temperature air you need for the entire house. With a mini-split system, ducts aren’t needed to distribute heated or cooled air. Instead, individual units are used...
Your Family and Your Holiday Guests Deserve the Best… Air Quality! Holiday season is both loved and feared by many. It’s a great time of the year to get your families and friends together to enjoy great food, drinks and company but it can be very stressful if you are the host! When people come to your home you want everything to be perfect… especially for the in-laws! One common home problem that many people fail to recognize or improve before their holiday guests arrive is poor indoor air quality . You may not know it but it can have a huge effect on your overall holiday experience! At Fulton Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, we know a lot of simple ways for you to improve the quality of the air in your home and would love to share some quick tips with you. Do you need a plumbing repair? Get $25 off with Fulton Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning! *Click Here* As a leading HVAC contractor in the Greater Atlanta area, we want to make sure your life is as comfortable as possible and the air in your home is healthy and safe for the sake of you and your loved ones. Did you know that the air inside your home has more pollutants than the air outside? You can change today immediately if you take our advice and follow some of these easy tips: – Start simple – Keep using your ceiling fan! Just because it’s not summertime doesn’t mean you should give up on it so soon. Keeping your ceiling fan on low can help circulate...
They are wonderful. We have used them for the last 11 years.
Walter A., Duluth GA
Fulton is absolutely good. Their guys are very experienced and professional.
Susan J., Norcross GA
Fulton is a find. They got our air conditioner working in a hurry.
Bob Z., Atlanta GA
They have always done a top-notch job. I’d use them and recommend them without question.
Jim F., Woodstock GA
I’m a bit late with this review, but I wanted to once again express my thanks to you and Fulton for another job “well done” on my home. John and Stephen replaced our water line which fed from the county tap to our home. Here’s a short story I penned to describe the repair process, a bit tongue in cheek, and there might be a tiny amount of exaggeration…..
A Tale of Plumbing By-Pass Surgery
Part One- The Decision
It starts with a diagnosis from John Bauer… “Look son, the main … Read more