Thomas Grant

Service Manager

Thomas Grant

Service Manager

Thomas grew up in the heat and thick humidity of Jacksonville, Florida, with a natural proclivity for fixing things. When a friend’s AC unit was under repair, he didn’t hesitate to make the most of his being in the right place at the right time.

Thomas asked questions.

The answers were enough to align his tech curiosities with an eventual career.

He began in the Maintenance Department for Snyder Heating and Air, quickly escalating beyond the expected technical requirements in the eyes of his supervisors. They noticed Thomas’ unwavering dedication to service; so the service department seemed an appropriate promotion.

He earned his Associate’s degree in HVHC Technology from The Florida State College at Jacksonville, as well as obtaining both his Universal EPA License and Train Inverter Certification.

It wasn’t long before Thomas’ hard work propelled him even higher. A Service Manager position came calling from a new company, located just north in Savannah, Georgia.

Thomas, his wife, Natalie, their two-year-old daughter, Amelia, two dogs, and the family bird all jumped on the opportunity and moved north, where he now serves as Comfort Air’s new Service Manager. Besides his love of giving advice, training, and building overall helpful relationships with the technicians under his management, Thomas enjoys spending time with his family and pets, playing guitar, and just being the very good and naturally curious person he always has been.

Author’s articles

  • Why Is My AC Not Blowing Cold Air?
    June 2, 2022

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • How to Choose an Energy-Efficient Air Conditioner
    May 5, 2022

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • DOE HVAC Efficiency Standards
    April 29, 2022

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • Questions to Ask When Replacing Your HVAC System
    April 19, 2022

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • Air Purifiers for Allergies – Do They Work?
    March 7, 2022

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • Why is HVAC Maintenance Important?
    February 8, 2022

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • Is Indoor Air Quality Important?
    January 4, 2022

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • Peace of Mind Protection Program
    December 8, 2021

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • Energy Saving Tips
    October 20, 2021

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • Indoor Air Quality
    October 4, 2021

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • Christmas Trees and Your HVAC System
    November 26, 2019

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • How Furnaces Work
    October 31, 2019

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • 15 Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Heating and Cooling Needs
    September 30, 2019

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • Our Top 3 Tips for Successful Repairs and Replacement
    August 30, 2019

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • Protecting Yourself and Your System During and After a Storm
    August 30, 2019

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • Understanding Warranties
    July 31, 2019

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • Comfort Air: A Story of Perseverance
    June 28, 2019

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • Comfort Air: Peace of Mind Protection
    June 9, 2019

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • 10 Things That Make Comfort Air Successful
    May 30, 2019

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • 5 Things to Look for in a Home Comfort System
    April 30, 2019

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • Tips on How To Save on your Electric Bill in Summer
    April 30, 2019

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • 5 Ways to Get your HVAC Ready for Summer
    March 29, 2019

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly. 

  • Don’t Be Fooled by These HVAC Myths
    March 26, 2019

    It’s a scorching summer day in Georgia, and your home has rapidly increased in temperature.  Unfortunately, when you turn on the air conditioner, the air conditioner is running, but your house is not cooling! There are many reasons why your air conditioning may not be blowing cold air. Knowing what some of these are can help you create a plan to fix the problem and ensure you’re able to cool down your home — particularly when temperatures are rising outside.  If you’ve ever asked yourself: “why is my air conditioner running but not cooling the house?” We’ve got you covered!  Here are some reasons why this could be happening to you.  Your A/C Unit Could Have Lost Power  A/C units pull a lot of energy, and for this reason, there could be an internal or external power problem. For example, the A/C unit could have blown a fuse or damaged the motor itself. We recommend checking your breaker box and the inside of the air conditioner unit to see if it has lost power. If this is indeed the case, it is a quick fix. Simply replacing the cooling element of your unit is all it will take to get your air conditioner back to work.  Your Air Filter Is Dirty  It’s easy to forget that your A/C unit has air filters that function to filter out dust and grime. Air filters are an essential part of your unit and, if not regularly cleaned, can contribute to the air conditioner not cooling your home. An unclean air filter can cause motor failure because it cannot pull the air it needs to cool your home. Therefore, it is vital to check the air filter to see if it’s brown or gray; and if so, it is time to replace it.  Make Sure the Thermostat is Set to the Correct Setting  Ensuring that your thermostat is in the right setting helps your air conditioner blow cold air. Sometimes, although one person has the thermostat set on the cool setting, it may get unintentionally changed to the fan setting instead. If that’s the case, your A/C is likely blowing warmer air. Again, this is a quick fix and won’t require any repairs.  Your Compressor or Condensor is Blocked  Your air filter is not the only part of your A/C unit with a blockage. Air compressors compress the refrigerant compound, while a condenser allows for the collection or release of heat (depending on the time of year). Debris like leaves or dirt could block these pivotal components of your A/C unit and contribute to it not cooling your home. Fixing these units could be as easy as clearing out debris. However, if removing debris does not solve the problem, a more complex issue is at hand. In that case, we recommend that you call an HVAC professional.  Losing the functionality of your A/C unit is stressful — especially when you need it the most. If your air conditioner is not cooling your home, give our dedicated team a call today at (404) 296-6190 to allow us to assess the issue quickly.