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Sep

How To Change HVAC Air Filter

Changing your air filter maximizes the lifespan of your unit, helps keep your air clean, and reduces your energy consumption. With those clear benefits, prioritizing your air filter changes seems like a no-brainer. However, studies by the Department of Energy found that 29% of American homeowners never change their air filters and only 31% of […]

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Aug

Why Is My Ac Unit Leaking Water

  Although August is considered the latter part of the summer, the heat is often unrelenting as the daily temperature high still averages in the upper 80s and 90s. No doubt, after a Georgia summer, your HVAC unit has had to work hard all summer long to keep your family comfortable. Its job is not […]

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Jul

How To Unfreeze AC Unit

During the hot summer months, having a frozen air conditioner is hard to imagine. Unfortunately, this situation can happen for multiple reasons. Your air conditioner has to work extremely hard to keep your family cool during the hottest months of the year, so you need to make sure that your unit is well-maintained and ready […]

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Jun

HVAC Maintenance Tips For Summer

With an average daily high of 95 degrees during the Georgia summer, staying cool can be a struggle. In addition to loading up on lots of lemonade and freezer pops, you will need your AC more than ever. Parker’s Heating and Air is committed to keeping your family comfortable year-round, even during the scorching summer […]

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May

How Does Air Conditioning Help with Allergies?

Spring brings comfortable weather, beautiful flowers, and unfortunately, lots of pollen. Over 19 million American adults and 5 million children suffer from seasonal allergies according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Besides loading up on tissues and allergy pills, you can also improve your allergies with the help of your air conditioning unit. […]

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Feb

Are your ducts sweating?

The question should be what is the relative humidity in my crawlspace? Often the heating and air conditioning contractor is the first person the resident calls to deal with the problem. Typically though, the problem is not due to failure of the air conditioning system. It results from poor moisture control in the crawlspace and […]

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Feb

Three Steps to Better Indoor Air Quality

Understand the Problem While most people would think twice before eating from dirty dishes or drinking impure water, surprisingly few take the steps necessary to understand the quality of the air inside their own home. Yet, indoor air pollution inside the typical American home is typically 2-10 times higher than outdoor air pollution and by […]

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Feb

The Truth about Mold

There’s Good Mold and There’s Bad Mold Molds are the “bleu” in bleu cheese and Roquefort. Molds improve our wine. They produce penicillin and antibiotics and are used widely in the food and beverage industry. Without mold and mold’s decaying mechanism, the natural environment would be overwhelmed with large amounts of dead organic matter. Despite […]

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Feb

The NATE Patch

Look for the NATE Patch Consumers demand technician excellence, and NATE-certified technicians deliver. What is NATE? NATE stands for North American Technician Excellence, and it’s the only nationwide certification program accepted by the entire heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) industry – contractors, manufacturers, the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA), and technicians themselves. […]

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Feb

The Air You Breathe

What’s in your air and what can you do about it? Unfortunately, in today’s world, pollution is everywhere. And with the type of cleaning products, manmade goods, and activities undertaken within homes and buildings, indoor environments can become very uncomfortable. Even “fresh,” outdoor air has as many as 30 million dust or pollutant particles per […]

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