Premier Indoor Comfort Systems LLC Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning’

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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Why AC Services Are Not DIY Appropriate

Monday, May 7th, 2018

toolsThings are really going to be heating up around here over the course of the next few weeks, and that means that you are going to be relying on your air conditioning system a whole lot to keep yourself, your family, and guests in your home cool and comfortable. And that means that you’re going to need to have your AC tuned up sooner rather than later. It may also mean that you will require air conditioning repairs at some point this summer.

Whether it is routine maintenance or unexpected repair needs, the fact is that any air conditioning service must be completed by a trained, professional technician. Attempting to service your air conditioner on your own is a quick path toward serious operational problems. Do not allow your own DIY work ethic to cloud your judgment. Here are a few reasons why you always need professional AC services in Atlanta.

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Is a Ductless Mini Split Right for Me?

Monday, January 29th, 2018

ductless-blowerIt very well could be! There are a lot of benefits that you’ll enjoy as a result of switching over to a ductless mini split in Canton, GA. We’ll get into those in more detail below. Before we do so, we just want to remind you that there is no single heating or cooling system that is going be ideal for every home or for every homeowner. With that in mind, though, we think that you’ll recognize all that the ductless mini split has to offer.

Just remember that even the best HVAC systems designed and manufactured by the best innovators in the industry are not guaranteed to impress. Every system is only as good as its installation and service. That is why we suggest that you schedule all of your ductless mini split services with the pros on our team. When you do, you’ll reap the full benefits that this unique type of system has to offer. Read on to dive further into the topic.

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No, It Is Not too Late for AC Repairs

Monday, October 9th, 2017

AC-technician-hardhatTake a look at the upcoming weather forecast, and you’ll see that temperatures are cooling down considerably in the coming days. If you think that this means there is no point in having your air conditioner repaired this season, though, think again. It is not too late for air conditioning repairs, and we recommend that you have yours put back on track even if it is about to be packed up for the season in favor of your heating system.

Whether your system is making strange sounds, blowing out warm air, short cycling, or exhibiting any other signs of trouble, it is always best to have those problems resolved in a prompt manner. We understand that you may be willing to ride out the last few hot days of the season with a malfunctioning air conditioner as long as it is still up and running, but that is going to have a number of consequences. When in doubt, schedule air conditioning repairs in Canton, GA at the first sign of trouble, every time.

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Keep a Fresh Filter in Your Air Conditioner

Monday, August 28th, 2017

air-filter-close-upChances are — or hopefully are — that you know just how important routine air conditioning maintenance is in the effort to keep your system functioning at peak performance levels. One thing that you may have forgotten, though, is just how important it is that you handle one maintenance task on your own. That is changing your air filter regularly. Yes, routine maintenance is something that absolutely must be left to trained professionals. Changing your filter is something that needs to happen more than once a year, though.

Now, you may not think that something as “minor” as changing your air filter is going to have that big of an impact on the overall performance and operational qualtiy of your air conditioner. However,  you’d be very wrong in thinking this. Changing the air filter as needed is absolutely integral in ensuring that your system functions properly. Consider the following, and remember to change your air filter refularly if you want to get the most from your air conditioner in Roswell, GA.

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Why Is My Air Conditioner Blowing Warm Air?

Monday, August 14th, 2017

question-markHere in Georgia, you really have no choice but to take your air conditioning system, its overall condition, and its performance quality very seriously. It is just way too hot for way too much of the year to leave anything to chance. That is why knowing some of the warning signs that your AC is in trouble is so helpful. Sometimes these warning signs can be a bit tricky to detect. Other times, however, they are quite obvious. This is certainly the case with an air conditioner that is blowing warm air.

Sometimes homeowners convince themselves that an AC blowing warm air is not that big of a deal. Maybe it just needs a few minutes to catch up, right? Wrong. The fact is that no irregularity with the operation of your air conditioning system should be ignored. If your air conditioner in Marietta, GA is failing to provide you with the cool, comfortable air that you rightly expect from it, there could be a number of different problems at play.

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Why Your Air Conditioner May Start to Leak Refrigerant

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

One of the most common problems that residential air conditioning systems encounter is a loss of refrigerant (a.k.a “Freon”) due to leaks. During normal operation, an AC does not use up its refrigerant supply, and the system should have the same amount of refrigerant (known as its charge) for its entire service life. But leaks can allow refrigerant to escape… with immense consequences for the AC’s performance. Unless the leaks are fixed and the refrigerant is recharged, an air conditioner will eventually suffer from a full breakdown.

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Isn’t My Air Conditioner Enough to Control Indoor Humidity?

Monday, July 6th, 2015

The principle job of a home air conditioning system is to absorb heat from the indoor air and transport it outside, lowering the temperature of the indoor air in the process. As the air conditioner draws thermal energy to its evaporator coil, it also draws moisture from the air. The moisture condenses along the coil and then drips down into a pan, where a pump removes it through a drain.

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What Makes for a Really Great Air Conditioning Installation?

Monday, June 29th, 2015

The summer is already here, and if you think that you need to have a new air conditioner put into your home, either as a replacement for a failing system or because your home currently lacks a cooling system, you will want to make sure that the job is done fast—and also done right. Below are three things that you need to see that you have a great air conditioning installation.

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Should There Be Ice on My Air Conditioning System?

Monday, June 8th, 2015

We can answer the question in the title very quickly: “No, there shouldn’t be ice on your air conditioner. If there is, call for professional repairs right away.”

If you would like to know more about why ice might appear on an AC and why it is something that you don’t want to happen, please follow us below the jump.

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