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Learn About Alternative Heating Options with Ductless Mini-Split Systems in the Metro Atlanta Area

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...

A Furnace Tune Up Can Save Money… and Lives!

Avoid Carbon Monoxide in your Metro Atlanta Area Homes I’m sure you hear all the time how important it is to get a furnace tune up  or a boiler tune up  to prepare for the fall and winter months and it’s the truth… but for many more reasons than you may have known. If you’ve never had the incentive to tune up your heating system, we are going to give you one today. If your heating system isn’t working properly in your home, there is a chance that it could be leaking carbon monoxide! Our staff at Fulton Plumbing wants to make sure you are aware of potential dangers that can occur in your home. Take a minute to learn more.   *Get $25 off ANY Repair! Click Here to Print your Coupon* Carbon monoxide exposure in the home can be a result of many different things. Inadequate installation, ventilation or maintenance of your furnace are common problems that cause leaks and safety hazards. Like most things, the older yourheating equipment gets, the more likely it is to cause problems and by having a heating system tune up, you will benefit in many ways.  It will not only ensure that your unit is working as efficiently as possible but more importantly, it will guarantee that the...

Atlanta GA Furnace Repair

Regular maintenance of your heating system can keep your furnace running efficiently throughout the winter months and often save you from needing furnace repair. However, keeping your heating system perfect is not easy. Your Atlanta furnace repair experts at Fulton Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning are available to help any time. Most furnace repairs and upkeep is best left to an expert. However, there are some quick tips for making sure your furnace stays healthy. Simple cleaning of your furnace can often increase fuel efficiency and keep your furnace from overheating. Dirt and dust are major contributors to wasted energy and the overworking of your heating system. Cleaning the furnace filter should be the first step. Replace your furnace filter at the beginning of the heating season and then throughout every 4-6 weeks. Most furnaces in the southwest have removable disposable furnace filters and you should always follow the directions when changing them out. If you have a gas furnace, checking the pilot light controls or the gas valves for leaks is important. The pilot light can go out in drafty houses as well as the opening becoming clogged. Pilot lights that won’t stay lit should be looked at by a professional as there may be a problem with the thermocouple. If you find and smell a gas leak, especially with propane powered units, open all windows and doors in the immediate area and get out of the house to call the gas company or the fire department to report a leak. Stay out of the house until the professionals say it is ok to come back inside. Electrical furnace...
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