Premier Indoor Comfort Systems LLC Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Bryson City’

Should You Consider a Whole-House Humidifier This Season?

Monday, December 5th, 2016

While our summers are often known for their high moisture content and muggy days, our winters can prove to be just the opposite. And when your home suffers from low moisture levels, you need the assistance of professional indoor air quality experts such as the members of our team to help balance your humidity levels.

Portable humidifiers do exist, and it some cases might be a good choice—such as in a baby’s room. However, they’re ineffective for whole-house humidifying. A whole-house humidifying system allows you to raise the humidity levels to pleasant and healthful levels with no danger of making the home too humid. Still can’t decide if this is the right investment for you? Keep reading to learn some benefits.

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Ensure Your Heater is Ready for Winter

Monday, October 31st, 2016

If the chilly nights we’ve had as of lately hasn’t been a clue, there’s no denying that winter is well on its way. As such, you’ll want to ensure that your heating system is well prepared for the increased demand you’re about to put on it. Fall is the best time to make sure that your heating system is in the best possible shape—saving you money by reducing the likelihood of problems from occurring.

Additionally, it saves you the hassle of dealing with a malfunctioning heating system in the middle of a freezing day. Keep reading for some of the many benefits of routine heating system maintenance in the fall.

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3 Maintenance Tasks Essential for a Functioning Heater

Monday, September 26th, 2016

Our recent temperatures may have you scratching your head as to why we are mentioning heaters already. However, weather is steadily cooling off, and when nighttime temps drop below 40°F, you are going to be very grateful for a fully functioning heater. But the only way your heater can operate at its peak efficiency and effectiveness is if you invest in routine preventive maintenance.

This is a service you should invest in well before you actually need to use your heating system on a daily basis. This give you time to address any necessary repairs before winter hits. But what tasks are most important to ensure a functioning heater? Why is maintenance so important? Read on for your answers.

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No, Ice on Your Air Conditioner is Not Normal

Monday, August 15th, 2016

It may seem only natural that since ice implies cold, and providing cold air is your air conditioning system’s job, that it’s normal for the system to develop ice on one of its components. However, ice on your air conditioner is unfortunately a sign that something is wrong, and is one of the most common reasons for air conditioner problems. But how does that ice form? And why is it such a problem?

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3 Reasons the Air Flow from Your AC May be Low

Monday, July 11th, 2016

There are two things your air conditioner must do in order to provide you with cooling relief this summer: the temperature must be reduced and there must be an effective flow of air through your ventilation system. One without the other means finding yourself suffering. Even if your evaporator coil is appropriately siphoning heat from inside your home, if your AC isn’t adequately distributing cold air you’ll notice uneven cooling throughout the home.

If you start to notice hot spots in your living space while the AC system is running, be sure to check your vents to determine if air flow is at its appropriate level. If the air coming out of the vents feels weak, then you probably need repairs. Be sure to call professionals for this type of service. In the meantime, it may help you to know what the 3 most common reasons for low air flow are, which we’ve highlighted below.

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What Can You Do to Help Your AC Last Longer?

Monday, June 6th, 2016

Weather is starting to warm up around these parts, and if you haven’t already you’ll likely be thinking of starting to use your air conditioning system. Have you given much consideration to the quality of your air conditioner though?

Naturally since the last cooling season, your air conditioner has been largely neglected. Colder temperatures, dust, debris, and even the occasional snowfall may have taken its toll on the outside unit of your air conditioner, and even the inside might have portions in need of adjustments.

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Tips to Keep Your Water Heater Running Efficiently

Monday, May 30th, 2016

When it comes to hard working appliances in your home, your water heater is at the top of the list. When you consider what the average tank water heater goes through, it’s easy to understand why. A tank water heater is constantly running form the time it is installed to the end of its useful life.

Due to this demand to maintain a standing supply of hot water at all times, your water heater system accumulates a lot of wear and tear on its parts. To make sure that your water heater lasts as long as possible and to avoid wasting money, read the tips we’ve shared below.

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Get Ready for Summer with an Energy Recovery Ventilator

Monday, April 25th, 2016

As North Carolina residents are well aware, our summers can get pretty hot and sticky, causing you to use your air conditioner as much as possible. So it’s only natural that you want to find ways to save energy, and therefore save money. An energy recovery ventilator (ERV) helps you do this by providing a way for your home to get proper ventilation without wasting unnecessary energy.

ERVs are designed to circulate fresh air throughout your home without compromising climate control. Ultimately, this means that you won’t need to open a window or door just to circulate fresh air while at the same time running your air conditioner.

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What Actually Happens During Air Conditioning Maintenance

Monday, March 28th, 2016

Your air conditioning system is a big investment. In fact, your HVAC system can make up half of your total utility costs each month. It’s only natural that you want to make sure you’re saving money where you can. Scheduling regular air conditioning maintenance is vital, as it allows HVAC professionals to get in and inspect your system, spotting small problems before they become larger and potentially increasing the lifespan of your AC. But what actually happens during air conditioning maintenance?

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It’s Already Winter, But You Can Still Arrange for Heating Maintenance

Monday, January 18th, 2016

We offer an Excellence Service Plan (ESP) to provide our customers with comprehensive maintenance for their heating and cooling equipment. You can sign up at any time to get started… and right now is an excellent time, especially if you haven’t yet scheduled maintenance for your heater.

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