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GeorgiaSpec
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Home Inspections / Radon Testing / Heating / Air Conditioning
Home Inspections / Radon Testing / Heating / Air Conditioning

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GeorgiaSpec would like to say Thank You to all our Great customers of 2017 and may 2018 bring you all the Happiness you could handle.
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Unlike some companies we just don't make any!
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You should always check with the Better Business Bureau to see of you are doing business with a business that has been verified and rated with the Better Business Bureau.

https://www.bbb.org/atlanta/business-reviews/home-inspection-service/georgiaspec-in-braselton-ga-27433270
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It your system isn't cooling properly... always change the filter and check your breakers before calling for service. You just might say yourself some money
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Check out the Home Inspection page for information and to schedule a full Home Inspection with included Thermal Imaging.
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GeorgiaSpec actually follows InterNACHI standards for home Inspections... while everyone else is just looking around.
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Okay it seems as if we are coming across multiple service calls that relate to dirty filters. A standard 1" thick filter should be changed every 60 to 90 days, but if you have multiple pets or ones that shed a lot... then change it every 30 to 60 days.

We see many instances where coil, blower motors, capacitor, and Compressor problems were due to a lack of air flow which then causes high pressures, over heating, and too much stress on the blower motor to move air it is not getting.

So change those filters on a regular basis.
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A certified home inspector is a professional who will conduct an inspection of the general condition of the home.  A good home inspection will assist a buyer in understanding exactly what they are about to acquire.  A home may look move in ready, but an inspector will cover features of the house such as electrical wiring, plumbing, roofing, insulation, as well as structural features of the home and may unveil issues that are not noticeable to the buyer’s eye.  As a buyer, you are making a vast investment, and it is important to understand exactly what you are purchasing.  Having a certified home inspector conduct a thorough inspection of the prospective property, could be compared to taking out an insurance policy against all potential operating costs.  
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