Premier Indoor Comfort Systems LLC Blog : Archive for January, 2016

Proper Conditions for Wine Storage

Monday, January 25th, 2016

If you are a wine connoisseur, or you would like to be, then it’s vital that you have your wine bottles stored in the ideal conditions for temperature, humidity, light, and space. Only in the right conditions will the wine age properly and maintain the finest possible aroma and taste. For the best storage, call on professionals who can design a wine storage area with proper environmental controls. Below at the factors that need to be properly controlled:

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It’s Already Winter, But You Can Still Arrange for Heating Maintenance

Monday, January 18th, 2016

We offer an Excellence Service Plan (ESP) to provide our customers with comprehensive maintenance for their heating and cooling equipment. You can sign up at any time to get started… and right now is an excellent time, especially if you haven’t yet scheduled maintenance for your heater.

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Ways to Improve Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality in Winter

Monday, January 11th, 2016

The quality of the air in homes tends to suffer during the winter. Although spring is the time most people connect with allergy and asthma issues, the trouble in winter doesn’t come from airborne contaminates outside a home, but from contaminants that originate inside a home. For example, insulation and building material can be the source of chemicals and radon inside, and there are many cleaning and hygiene products that give off harmful pollutants. Natural gas appliances can produce harmful byproducts as well. These contaminants do not have an easy escape from a home in winter because of the heavy sealing designed to keep the heating system energy efficient.

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Setting the Thermostat Properly During the Winter

Monday, January 4th, 2016

It’s easy to overlook the importance of the thermostat in a home and use it in a careless manner: pushing it up high when it’s cold outside, then turning it back down when it gets too hot, then repeating the process over and over. This is extremely wasteful of energy and won’t result in your family enjoying any better comfort. We have some tips on how to program your thermostat during the winter so that you’ll optimize energy use without throwing away a cozy indoor environment.

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