Premier Indoor Comfort Systems LLC Blog : Archive for June, 2018

How the Size of Your AC Affects Its Performance

Monday, June 18th, 2018

thumbs-upWe have all heard someone say that “bigger is better” at some point. Whether it’s in reference to a piece of machinery or a pizza, there are many cases in which, yes, bigger is better. However, there really should be a “sometimes” or “often” in that phrase. Why make that qualification? Because, at least in terms of whole-house air conditioning systems, too big is no better than too small! Proper air conditioning sizing is a must.

That is why you should leave your AC installation services in Atlanta to our technicians. When we install your air conditioner, we are not just going to help you choose a good system. We’re not even going to settle for installing that system right every step of the way. In between these two steps, we’ll make the calculations necessary to ensure that your air conditioner is actually of the right size for your home. Only then can you count on your system giving you the best performance possible.

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Is It Time to Replace My Air Conditioner?

Monday, June 4th, 2018

old-ACHopefully, if this is the year for an AC replacement, you’ve already gotten that out of the way. Why? Because it’s only getting hotter! That being said, don’t fret too much if you’re still deciding whether or not to replace your air conditioner. That can be a tough project to move ahead with, particularly if your air conditioner doesn’t seem to be on the brink of a complete and utter breakdown.

Now, that being said, you definitely should not be waiting for this complete and utter breakdown to occur before you go ahead and replace your air conditioning system. That is the whole point of today’s post. We will help you to decide if the time is right for an air conditioning replacement in Peachtree City, GA. If you aren’t sure if this is the case, simply refer to the guide below. We know that you want to get the most from the investment that you made in your AC, but the fact is that replacing a bit earlier is always better than facing a complete breakdown.

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