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

Preventing Cracked Heat Exchangers: Another Important Reason for Fall Furnace Maintenance

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

Last week we shared with you some important safety tips for gas furnaces during the coming winter season. The most important of those tips is to arrange for a visit from an HVAC technician to inspect and tune-up the furnace. No other step does as much to see that a furnace works safely over the season.

We really want to emphasize this point, so here is an example of something that can go wrong with a furnace that will create health hazards—but which routine maintenance will easily prevent.

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4 Home Safety Tips for Gas Furnaces

Monday, November 16th, 2015

With cold winter weather just around the corner, we need to start thinking about how we’re going to heat our homes for the coming season. For many households, heating power comes from a natural gas furnace, which is one of the most effective ways to provide warmth while saving money. But natural gas does come with a drawback: it can be harmful if handled incorrectly. We want you to enjoy a safe winter with your gas furnace, and so we have some tips to help see that it operates safely through to spring.

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Is Solar Power Effective During the Winter?

Tuesday, November 10th, 2015

We encourage our customers to look into the possibilities of solar power installations for their homes. Solar technology continues to advance with each year, making it more accessible to homeowners for a variety of uses, from water heaters to air conditioners. We offer many solar products, such as the Lennox SunSource Home Energy System, and we are always glad to answer any questions you may have converting part of your home to using the clean and energy-saving power of the sun.

A question that solar professionals often receive from customers is if solar power will work during the winter. The answer is yes and here’s why:

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Are You Experiencing Uneven Heating in Your Home? Here’s What You Can Do…

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

We’re expecting to have colder weather arrive earlier this year rather than later, so home heating systems should soon be turning on. When the heater in your home starts to work on a regular basis, be on the lookout for issues from uneven heating. If some rooms feel colder than they should be, you might have trouble with a broken heating system that will need repair work.

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