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

Ideas for Replacing Your Heating System This Fall

Monday, September 28th, 2015

It’s almost October, and if you haven’t given much thought to your home’s heating system yet, now is definitely the time to. You need to schedule a maintenance visit as soon as possible. However, you should also consider if your heating system is too old and should probably be retired and replaced with a new one. If you have a furnace that is 15 to 20 years old—or older—then you should start making plans for replacing it. Fall is one of the best times to do it, and our technicians will be glad to help schedule the work.

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Time to Consider a Humidifier to Plan for the Cold Weather

Monday, September 21st, 2015

When September arrives, you should start making plans for how your home will deal with the cold of winter… which is not as far away as you might think! The last two weeks on our blog we’ve addressed the importance of scheduling heating maintenance for your system. This week, we would like to bring attention to an addition you can make to your HVAC system that will make the winter cold easier to deal with, and which can reduce some of strain off your heater: a whole-house humidifier.

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But Why Schedule Heating Maintenance at All? Here are Some Reasons

Monday, September 14th, 2015

The hot summer temperatures are already starting to fade away, rain is more common, and before you know it you will need to have the heating system in your home working to keep your family comfortable. Right now, before the actual cold weather arrives, is when you should start thinking about readying the heater to handle its wintertime job.

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Guess What Time It Is? Get Your Heating System Ready for the Rest of the Year!

Monday, September 7th, 2015

The weather is still in the 80s here in the Atlanta area, so the idea of taking care of your heating system will probably not cross your mind. But it should, because when the calendar flips over to September and children head back to school, it means that the cooler weather will arrive before we know it. During these last weeks of the hot weather it the best time to schedule your annual maintenance visit for your home’s heating system, whether you use a gas furnace, a geothermal heat pump, radiant floor heating, or some other method of keeping your home comfortable when the outdoor temperature drops.

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