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

3 Tips for a Great Heating Installation

Monday, December 31st, 2018

excellentThe fact that the new year starts tomorrow means we’re already pretty far into the heating season. While winters in this area are obviously very mild, that does not mean that you can scrape by with a subpar performance from your home heating system. If you have a broken down heater on your hands that you have not interest in reviving, or if you are just thinking forward to a planned replacement in a few months, this post is for you.

Regardless of how much we use our heaters around here, you need to know that the heater you have in place is going to excel in its operation. That is why you need to take a few steps to ensure a great heating system installation in Atlanta. We’ve got three simple tips to help guarantee that this is the case. Don’t take any chances with the way in which you heat your home. Keep this information in mind, and contact us with any questions that you may have.

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When to Consider a New Furnace

Monday, December 17th, 2018

furnace-technicianLiving in a warm climate does not mean that your heater isn’t every bit as important as your air conditioning system. It can be easy to let the memory of chilly winter nights slip away when we’re in the midst of another hot and humid summer season. However, they will be back before long! That means that you need a reliable heater in your home—and that may mean that you need a new furnace in Atlanta, GA.

Because we do live in a pretty warm area, a lot of homeowners can really push it in terms of how far they let their furnaces go before biting the bullet and replacing these vital systems. No matter where you live, you are going to want to get the most for your money. However, you ideally won’t be waiting for a complete breakdown before you go ahead and schedule your furnace replacement. Here are a few tips to help you decide if the time has come. 

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Don’t Fall for DIY HVAC Tips

Monday, December 3rd, 2018

heating-technicianPeople love DIY projects. There are websites dedicated to providing you with tips and tricks about how to do certain projects yourself. Certainly, you can build yourself a new centerpiece, or even paint an old coffee table, but there are some projects that are better left to experienced professionals.

HVAC projects require the hands of a trained technician. Often, doing something yourself leads to further damage. We understand that there are thousands of “how-to” videos online, but HVAC technicians undergo years of training to master their skills. Simply watching a video is not enough training for HVAC repairs.

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