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

The Benefits of a Wireless Thermostat

Monday, September 23rd, 2019

Wireless thermostats are highly underrated in the air conditioning industry. People are willing to do their research about their air conditioners, but when it comes to a thermostat—they’d just like a unit with buttons where they can program the temperature. However, this is the twenty-first century and thermostats can do a lot more than just program temperatures now. Wi-Fi and Smart thermostats can allow you temperature control when you’re not even at home!

Think that’s all they offer? Think again! There are numerous benefits to having a smart thermostat installed in your home, from energy reports to actual savings from increased efficiency. We’re not kidding around, these systems can truly benefit you and your lifestyle when used correctly. If you’ll keep reading, we’ll introduce you to some of the ways that a smart thermostat can be a smart purchase next time you’re talking to your local service professional about air conditioning repair in Canton, GA.

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What You Should Know About Refrigerant Leaks

Monday, September 9th, 2019

Refrigerant leaks can spell disaster for your AC unit if they go unnoticed. Even when they are noticed, they can be pricey to fix and sometimes require a whole AC replacement. Though, we’re big proponents of consumer vigilance, and it’s pretty clear that AC owners who pay attention to the signs of a refrigerant leak- can usually call a technician in time for proper air conditioning repair in Atlanta, GA.

There are many misconceptions floating around about refrigerant in air conditioners. We wouldn’t be surprised if you’ve heard that refrigerant leak runs out over time because your AC consumes it. That’s very much not true, and your air conditioner does not consume refrigerant like fuel. In fact, refrigerant is kept pressurized and recycled through your system—so theoretically it should never run out.

So, we’ll be covering just what a refrigerant leak is, what it means, and how to notice them.

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