Serving the Greater Atlanta Area
The Premier Comfort Club is a comprehensive preventative maintenance service offered by Premier Indoor Comfort Systems. It places your heating and cooling equipment in the hands of our highly skilled maintenance and repair technicians. We’ll visit your home two times each year and perform a precision tune-up, professional cleaning, and thorough safety inspection. This is truly a superior service we are proud to offer!
Read on to learn more about ESP, or contact us at (770) 268-2422 to schedule an AC maintenance appointment. We serve the entire Atlanta metro area from our office in Canton, GA.
What Are the Benefits of Choosing Premier Comfort Club?
Most equipment manufacturers require routine maintenance to keep warranties in effect. Plus, with regular tune-ups, your heating and cooling system will work better, last longer, and operate more efficiently. You’ll save money on your utility costs and you’ll promote a safer environment for your family.
When you sign up for our Comfort Club Maintenance Plan, you’ll be identified as a "Priority Customer," which entitles you to preferred service scheduling and a special 15% discount on parts for repairs or a 5% discount on equipment replacement. You’ll experience the peace of mind that comes with knowing your home, your family, and your budget have now all been protected.
You will be sent a postcard bi-annually reminding you to call and schedule an appointment for your maintenance visit.
We offer you two no-risk choices regarding the investment you made: transfer the remaining portion of the ESP to the new owner; or transfer the Excellence Service Plan to your new home (if within our service area).
What If I’m Not Happy with My Service?
Our Excellence Service Plan is backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Nearly 75% of our business comes from referrals and, as such, your complete satisfaction is very important to us. If you’re not 100% satisfied for any reason with our service, please let us know. We’ll do everything possible to make things right. That’s our commitment to you.
Our Excellence Service Plan is very affordable, especially when considering all the benefits and savings that it provides. Ask our technicians or call for current pricing and details.
What Is Included with an ESP Maintenance Visit?
Our Canton AC maintenance services include the following:
- Install clean standard filter for less restriction
- Check heat exchanger for cracks or holes
- Check and adjust incoming gas manifold pressure
- Lubricate all moving parts
- Check vent pipe for proper venting
- Check blower housing/wheel for cleanliness
- Test fan and furnace limit for safety
- Check temperature rise across heat exchanger
- Clean and adjust burners for more efficiency
- Tighten all wire connections for safety
- Test thermostat for proper anticipation setting
- Inspect thermocouple/igniter for proper burn
- Check for correct indoor blower speed
- Check for proper motor amperage
- Clean and polish furnace exterior
Along with peace of mind knowing that your AC system will serve you throughout the summer, regular check-ups for your air conditioning system ensure that it is working at optimal levels. Poorly maintained systems can lose efficiency over time. Tune-ups can help you get more out of your initial investment. Most manufacturer warranties require regular professional maintenance visits, so be sure to check your owner’s manual for the specifications of your system. Call one of our staff members if it’s time to schedule your yearly tune-up with us.
Yearly maintenance visits can also help to eliminate any safety concerns, so call us anytime for your next tune-up service. Maintenance is designed to clean up the little issues with your air conditioner that can lead to bigger ones—things like replacing filters and recharging refrigerant—as well as checking for potential repair issues that may be looming in the future.
Charging the Refrigerant
Charging the refrigerant in any air conditioning system should only be handled by a technician trained to properly charge the system. A qualified HVAC technician will know the proper levels for your specific model. A professional contractor should also be responsible for disposing of the old refrigerant according to environmental standards set by the EPA. Some refrigerants used in older models need to be carefully removed by a trained technician, so call us before you attempt to charge the refrigerant yourself.
Call Us Today!
You can avoid a number of costly repairs with AC maintenance once or twice a year. We can help your system run at its best while helping to keep repair costs down and addressing potential problems before they get out of hand.
“They are quick to respond and easy to work with. I recommend them to any friends looking for HVAC services.”Carol C.
“MY SON HAD A HEAT PUMP THAT WAS USING GREAT AMOUNT OF ELECTRIC POWER AND HE FOUND THE PROBLEM AND REDID THE ENTIRE SYSTEM. THE PREVIOUS SERVICE PROVIDER SPENT 3 YEARS AND COULDN'T FIND OR FIX THE SITUATION.”Stan K
“They are trustworthy and efficient!!”Amanda S.
“If it's possible to look forward to a heating and air conditioning service call, Jason makes this happen.”Sharon S.
“He was very professional and also helpful with all my questions. Definitely very knowledgable.”Ashley H.
“Matthew serviced our residence and our nearby vacation rental. He was very professional and also helpful with all my questions. Definitely very knowledgable.”Ashley H.
1. Customer FocusedWe strive for excellence in all we do and our team is willing to go above and beyond to ensure customer satisfaction.
2. Quality ProductsWe are using the best products so your homes and businesses are guaranteed the highest quality service.
3. Responsive CommunicationWe understand the importance of urgency and our team is committed to clear, quick communication every time.
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