Research has shown that the air in your home can be worse than the air outside. If you feel that you don’t get enough fresh air in your home, check this out from our friends at Honeywell:
|TrueFRESH™ Ventilation Systems
Considering our local weather, we believe it is going to be a long summer. We want you your home to be as comfortable as possible. Do you have dry air in your home? Here’s a little information on a Humidifier we install from Honywell:
|TrueSTEAM™ Humidification System
- If your unit is not turning on, check your circuit breaker. Test them and reset – see if that makes a difference
- • Make sure your thermostat is set to the proper setting [cool in summer, heat in winter]. Check to see what temperature you have set your thermostat to kick on. Some thermostats will not kick on unless the temperature is outside of a two degree differential.
- If your thermostat screen is blank – check the batteries, change them out.
- Check your filter – if the filter is clogged, you are restricting air flow which will damage your system. Standard filters should be changed monthly, other filters – ask your HVAC company [that’s us!].
- Make sure your air is not escaping through doors, windows, fireplace – even your attic…make sure all openings are tightly sealed. •
- Preventative maintenance is the key to your unit running more efficiently. Make sure you have your thermostat checked and calibrated at that time.
- Keep your doors and registers open as much as possible. A properly installed and balanced HVAC system is designed to deliver and return hot or cold air evenly to and from all rooms in your home. Closing doors and shutting vents can cause certain rooms to become hotter and colder than others and decreases the units efficiency.
- Programmable thermostats can match your lifestyle while running your unit efficiently, if used correctly. You can program the temperature you want for up to seven days. This allows you to get the temperature you want, when you want at maximum efficiency.
- AFUE is the abbreviation for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency ratio. AFUE is used to rate furnace efficiencies by dividing the ratio of heat output by heat input. This measurement describes how well fuel, gas or oil is consumed to produce heat by a furnace. As the AFUE rate increases, the efficiency of your furnace also increases, lowering your fuel costs.
We just moved to Newnan and called **** company to service our AC [new house]. They sent two young men who were nice, but worked on our unit for three hours and charged us $350 for what they said was faulty wiring and a new thermostat. Also, when I paid for **** company, I asked why the service call did not apply to the work [as most businesses do]. He called me a cheap lady and was basically abusive over the phone. He called me back and said he had a bad day – but no excuse for the poor professional manner. Well, two weeks later, the same thing happened and it turned out to be the outside breaker. We called Progressive Heating and Air – they were honest and told us how to fix it. I will never recommend **** company for ANYTHING!!
– Rebecca S.
And that – ladies and gentlemen, was our technician CALEB – great job Caleb!!!
ATLANTA (NOV. 23, 2011) — The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE); the Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI); and the International Exposition Company (IEC), producers and organizers of the AHR Expo, have honored Rheem with a 2012 AHR Expo Innovation Award. The recently launched Rheem XR90 Extreme Recovery Gas Water Heater earned this esteemed honor in the award competition’s plumbing category.
The AHR Innovation Awards honor the most innovative new products that will be showcased during the annual AHR Expo, which is the largest HVACR exposition and conference in the world. A panel of judges made up of ASHRAE members evaluated products submitted in 10 different categories based on innovation, application, value to the user and market impact. The plumbing category includes any product or tool used to conserve water, or to direct, distribute or increase the flow of water.
“The Rheem XR90 is truly a one-of-a-kind water heater that has the power to substantially impact the market,” said Peter Reynolds, general manager, Rheem Water Heating division. “The fact is, the Rheem XR90 delivers more hot water, faster and more efficiently than a standard, 50-gallon gas water heater*. We’re so honored that the judging panel from ASHRAE recognized the unit’s innovation and Rheem’s product leadership.”
Launched in July 2011, the 29-gallon Rheem XR90 Extreme Recovery Gas Water Heater heats water 42 percent faster than a standard 50-gallon gas water heater. The Rheem XR90 costs approximately 17 percent less to operate annually: only $261 versus $315 per year** for a standard 50-gallon gas model. What’s more, it has a first hour rating (FHR) of 90 gallons—meaning homeowners get three times the amount of hot water in an hour than what the tank actually holds. By comparison, a standard 40-gallon gas water heater*** has an FHR of 67 gallons.
Once the Rheem XR90 has been depleted of its available hot water, the unit can be ready with 90 gallons of available hot water in only 29 minutes. A standard 40-gallon gas water heater not only runs out of hot water faster, but this unit takes 59 minutes to be ready with 67 gallons of available hot water.
|Contact: Samantha Brazie
9 Tower Place | Newnan, GA 30263
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 1, 2011
PROGRESSIVE HEATING AND AIR to donate to the dav
METRO ATLANTA – November 1, 2011 – To celebrate Veterans Day and honor those that fought for the freedoms we hold so dear, Progressive Heating and Air is donating $10 from every service call, and $50 from every installation done throughout the entire month of November to the Disabled American Veterans.
Military veterans from the metro Atlanta community are invited to attend the check presentation to the DAV on December 6th. Light refreshments will be served. A ribbon cutting with the Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce will take place at the same time to announce their new location. Veterans are asked to RSVP to Samantha Brazie at email@example.com by December 1st.
Progressive Heating and Air will also announce the amount that was raised by donating a portion of its profits from the month of November.
MEDIA OPPORTUNITY – VETERANS CHECK PRESENTATION & RIBBON CUTTING
- Date & Time: Tuesday, December 6
- 12:00 PM Ribbon Cutting & Light Refreshments
- 12:15 AM Check Presentation to DAV
- Location: Progressive Heating and Air Headquarters | 9 Tower Place, Newnan GA 30263
- Suggested Coverage: Ribbon Cutting and Check Presentation (Veterans and Progressive AC leaders)
About Progressive Heating and Air
Progressive Heating and Air has been located in Newnan for over seventeen years. Progressive specializes in residential heating and cooling, installation and service. Progressive Heating and Air provides superior service through NATE certified technicians, up front pricing and guarantees on the work they perform.
About Disabled American Veterans (DAV)
The 1.2 million-member Disabled American Veterans, a non-profit organization founded in 1920 and chartered by the U.S. Congress in 1932, represents this nation’s disabled veterans. It is dedicated to a single purpose: building better lives for our nation’s disabled veterans and their families. In our service area alone, there are tens of thousands of veterans that have been touched by the DAV. More information is available at www.dav.org.
Are you going to the Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce 2011 Big Expo?!
Here’s the 4-1-1:
Date: October 20, 2011
Time:4:00 – 7:00 PM
Location: Y on Hwy 34, Newnan [1755 East Highway 34 to be exact]
What should you expect from only THE best heating and air conditioning company in Coweta and Fayette county?