FRED'S BLOG

R-22 Phase Out: What You Need to Know & How to Prepare

Gradually over the past few years, the US Environmental Protection Agency has been phasing out R-22 refrigerant, also known as HCFC-22 or Freon. Back in 2010 when the first step of the phase out was announced, 2020 may have seemed like a lifetime away, which put the...

Remodeling? Here’s 4 HVAC Tips to Consider

From kitchen renovations to home additions, remodeling your house can be full of excitement and anticipation. However, in the midst of the chaos that comes with remodeling, your HVAC system can be an afterthought. When you start your remodeling project, keep in mind...

Cleaning the Air in Your Home Requires the Experts at Canady’s

Did you know that the air inside your home can be two to five times more polluted than the air outside your home, according to the Environmental Protection Agency? It is no surprise, then, that more people suffer from allergies than ever before. Homes built in the...

What is the Defrost Cycle of a Heat Pump?

We rely on our heating system to keep us warm when temperatures drop in the winter months. The heat pump is an integral part of your home’s central heating and cooling system that can both heat or cool down a controlled space. One of the most commonly reported HVAC...

Canady’s Free Furnace February

Canady’s Free Furnace February campaign is just around the corner. First introduced in 2013, Free Furnace February has grown every year, and continues to be a tremendous success. I created the FFF campaign in order to keep our installers busy, and pay the bills during...

Tips for Staying Comfortable & Saving Money This Winter

Winter in the Savannah area can be unpredictable to say the least. Some years we only have a couple of weeks of cold weather — and then other years we have a couple of months. We can get a little snow and then like this year, we can get a lot of rain! Here are a few...

3 Furnace Sounds That You Should Never Ignore

Furnaces are an integral component of any highly functional HVAC system, as they are responsible for making and distributing heat throughout a home. Like many other noise-inducing parts of our houses, including the floors that creak and the air conditioners that hum,...

What To Do About Hot And Cold Spots In Your Home

What to Do About Hot and Cold Spots in Your Home Do you notice a rise or drop in temperature when entering certain areas in your home? Hot and cold spots can be caused by a variety of factors, from the setup of your home, to how the duct system was installed, to where...

End-of-Season AC Maintenance Tips

The seasonal transition from summer to fall is just around the corner here in Savannah, GA. When the cooler temperatures arrive, it will be time to turn off your air conditioners after a very long, hot summer. Our end-of-season AC maintenance tips will help protect...

The Benefits of Installing a Whole-Home Dehumidifier

It’s a very muggy summer in Savannah, Georgia, this year and it’s not over yet. With the humidity outside comes indoor implications that may compromise the level of comfort your family experiences while inside your home. The need to prevent mold and mildew...