Premier Indoor Comfort Systems LLC Blog : Archive for May, 2015

What Is Short Cycling in an Air Conditioner and Why Do I Need It Repaired?

Monday, May 25th, 2015

Short-cycling is a name for behavior from an air conditioning system where the compressor turns on and off rapidly, rather than staying on long enough to complete its cooling cycle. Short-cycling is a symptom of a malfunction somewhere in the air conditioning system, and there are numerous reasons that AC may start to act this way. To stop short-cycling, you must call on HVAC professional to investigate and locate the cause of the malfunction and repair it.

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3 Interesting Options for New Air Conditioning Installation

Monday, May 18th, 2015

You might not think of a central air conditioning system as “interesting.” It is simply an appliance that’s necessary if you want to enjoy a comfortable few months in your home during a Bryson City, NC summer. But there are indeed some very interesting options when it comes to a new air conditioning installation. The standard split system air condition is no longer the only player in the world of cooling. You have a number of alternatives available to consider, and some of them are substantially different from the conventional central AC. We’ve listed three of them below.

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How Does a Ductless Air Conditioning System Work?

Monday, May 11th, 2015

The standard way that a central air conditioner sends out cool air through a building is within a network of ducts. These ducts are attached to a large air handler in the indoor unit, which is connected to an outdoor condenser where the heat removed from the indoor air is released.

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Help, My Water Heater Isn’t Giving Me Enough Hot Water!

Monday, May 4th, 2015

A well-installed storage water heater that receives annual maintenance from professionals should last 20 years, or possibly more, before it needs to be replaced. During that period, the water heater should deliver a reliable supply of hot water to a household. You’ll have a good idea of how much work you can put on your water heater before the water supply goes cold.

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