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

Ductless System Trouble: Why Won’t My Heater Start Up?

Tuesday, December 27th, 2016

While we may only experience pretty mild winters around these parts, it still gets cold enough to warrant the use of an efficiently functioning heater—particularly at night. And the last thing you want to encounter on a bitterly cold evening is a heater that won’t start up at all.

Of course, if your ductless split system malfunctions, it’s something you want to have taken care of right away. Scheduling maintenance before winter hits is the best way to prevent problems like this from occurring, however whether or not you scheduled this appointment doesn’t matter when you find yourself with a broken down heater in the middle of winter. Keep reading to learn about why your ductless system may not be starting up, and keep our number on hand if you do in fact need repairs of any kind.

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Beware These Heat Pump Noises

Monday, December 19th, 2016

When your heat pump is operating as it should, it typically makes a fairly quite noise, described as a whirring sound when the compressor comes on to start the heat exchange process. You shouldn’t be able to hear any other noises aside from this when your heat pump is running. If you are, then you more than likely have something wrong with your heat pump that requires your attention.

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How Often Should Heat Pump Maintenance be Scheduled?

Monday, December 12th, 2016

The great thing about using a heat pump to condition your home is that it is so versatile. With one unit, you can achieve year-round comfort. This is an affordable alternative to investing in both a central AC unit and a furnace, for starters. Plus, a heat pump requires much less space in your home than these other two systems would combined.

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Should You Consider a Whole-House Humidifier This Season?

Monday, December 5th, 2016

While our summers are often known for their high moisture content and muggy days, our winters can prove to be just the opposite. And when your home suffers from low moisture levels, you need the assistance of professional indoor air quality experts such as the members of our team to help balance your humidity levels.

Portable humidifiers do exist, and it some cases might be a good choice—such as in a baby’s room. However, they’re ineffective for whole-house humidifying. A whole-house humidifying system allows you to raise the humidity levels to pleasant and healthful levels with no danger of making the home too humid. Still can’t decide if this is the right investment for you? Keep reading to learn some benefits.

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