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Be Prepared: Consider These Great Atlanta Heating Options

In Atlanta, GA, we don’t have to worry about harsh winters, but we do have our share of cold days during the late fall and  winter. If you’re thinking about upgrading your old heating system with a new one, right now is a good time to get the work done so you’ll be ready for whatever the cold months can hurl at you.

You have a wider array of choices for heating than you probably did when you last had to consider getting a new heater. Here are some options we think you should consider for heating your Atlanta, GA home. Premier Indoor Comfort Systems can do the work you need when you want to upgrade or replace your current heating system. We aim for 100% customer satisfaction on every job we do.

Geothermal heating: A way to get clean and energy-efficient heating in your home is to have the earth do the heating for you. Geothermal heating systems use loops buried around your house to cycle refrigerant or water that carries heat from the earth up into your home. Geothermal systems aren’t right for every home, however, and do require extensive installation.

Programmable thermostats: If you don’t want to invest in a new heating installation, then consider the advantages of getting a programmable thermostat to replace an older manual or basic digital one. A programmable thermostat will increase your comfort—you can wake up in the morning to a warm house, and come back from work each evening to find the same cozy temperature—while saving you money on your energy bill.

Our technicians at Premier Indoor Comfort Systems can install all these heating options in your home. We can also provide advice on which systems will work best for your environment. When you want to take your heating to a new level of efficiency and comfort, contact us today.

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