Premier Indoor Comfort Systems LLC Blog : Archive for January, 2019

Signs That Your Furnace Is in Trouble

Monday, January 28th, 2019

furnace-technician-flashlightNo, Atlanta is not setting any national records for low winter temperatures. No, this does not mean that you don’t have to worry about keeping your heater in great operating condition. We may not get nailed with snow or subzero temperatures like they do up in the northeast, but it gets more than cold enough to necessitate the use of a good heater in our homes. That is why you need prompt home furnace repair in Atlanta when something goes wrong.

Because we don’t rely on our furnaces all that much, it can be easy to overlook potential problems with the system. That is going to become a major issue when you really do need your furnace, though. That “minor” issue that you ignored or overlooked previously may be the straw that breaks the furnace’s back when it goes into heavy rotation. With that in mind, we’ll use our post today to discuss some common red flags that furnaces may be in need of repair.

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Spotting the Signs for Heating Repairs

Monday, January 14th, 2019

service-timeGeorgia is certainly not known for any record-breaking cold temperatures. However, this in no way means that you can afford to underestimate the importance of your home heating system. Those very homeowners that say things like it’s not that bad off or hey, it’s running well enough are the same homeowners that wind up contacting us for heating repair in Woodstock, GA, right when they need their systems their most. Trust us, it is always in your best interest to handle problems when they first come up.

Of course, not every problem that you may encounter with your heater is going to give you obvious warning signs early on. Because of this, you’ll definitely want to keep today’s post in mind. We are going to give you some tips about spotting the signs that heating repairs are imminent. No, you’re not going to have a 100% success rate at eliminating problems before they cause some damage or become more serious. But knowing what to look for will give you the upper hand that you need to protect your system and your comfort—and even your safety.

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