Premier Indoor Comfort Systems LLC Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Heating Repair’

Sounds You Don’t Want Your Heater to Make

Monday, February 25th, 2019

covering-earsLiving in a warm climate doesn’t mean that you can get by without a heating system. While our winters in this area are not what anyone would call “extreme,” year-round residents know that their heaters have their time to shine each and every year. While a malfunctioning or even broken down heater may not be a matter of life and death in Georgia, it is certainly a matter of serious discomfort! You deserve to live comfortably in your home.

That is why we always stress how important it is to schedule prompt heating repair in Atlanta when something should go wrong with your system. Trust us, we’ve repaired many heaters that are worse off for having their heating repair needs put on the backburner. Learning some of the warning signs that your heater is in trouble is the best way to protect your system. That is why we want to talk about sounds you don’t want to hear your heater making today.

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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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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 Schedule My Heating Repairs Now?

Monday, March 26th, 2018

heating-technicianOkay, so it is getting pretty late in the heating season. That does not mean that you should put your heater out of mind just yet, though. There are still some chilly temperatures in the forecast, particularly at nighttime, so you really want to be sure that your heating system is operating properly even this late into the season. That means that you need to have any necessary heating repairs completed sooner than later. When it comes to heating system repair in Atlanta, we’re the pros to call.

We understand that you may be ready to move past the heating season at this point. The heat of summer is not really that far off, and your mind may be drifting more toward your air conditioning system than it is your heater now. Even so, we must strongly recommend that you not overlook the need for prompt heating repairs when problems develop. You do not want to put them on the back burner until winter rears its head once more.

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How to Keep Heating Repairs to a Minimum

Monday, March 12th, 2018

furnace-wiringImagine a world in which you would never have to worry about your heating system running into operational problems of any kind, let alone breaking down entirely. Wouldn’t that be magnificent? Of course it would—most fantasy is. Here in the real world, though, we have to live according to truth and facts. The facts of this matter dictate that you will eventually require heating repairs in Canton, GA. When you do, you need to hire a professional heating repair technician to have the system put back on track properly.

While we are happy to handle your heating repair services for you, we also realize that it is far preferable to prevent those problems to begin with. No, even we cannot make your heater 100% reliable. What we can do, though, is help to keep your heating repairs to a minimum—and you can help! Read on for some tips about how you can avoid some problems with your home heating system. 

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Why Might a Heater Short Cycle?

Monday, November 6th, 2017

servicing-furnaceGeorgia is certainly — and rightfully — recognized more for its hot, sticky summers than it is for its winter weather. Just because winters around here don’t really pack the same severe punch as the heat of summer, though, does not mean that you can afford to overlook just how vital your heating system really is to your overall comfort. When temperatures do drop below the level of comfort, you’ll be glad that you had a professional tune up your system and that you acted quickly to have any problems with that heater resolved.

As is the case with any HVAC system, your heater may run into any number of operational issues. Some are a lot easier to spot than others, and a short cycling heater is definitely hard to overlook. Unfortunately, because the system is still up and running, some homeowners still manage to convince themselves that short cycling is not that serious of a problem. And it may not be — yet. Depending upon the cause of short cycling, however, you may require professional heating repair in Atlanta, GA.

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Heating Repair Concerns to Watch for in Late Winter

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

We’re already starting to experience a rise in temperatures here in the second half of February. But everyone knows how unpredictable the weather during the close of winter the beginning of spring can be. Your home’s heating system isn’t done with its job quite yet.

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What Those Strange Smells from the Furnace Might Mean

Monday, February 1st, 2016

Modern furnaces don’t yet have a complex artificial intelligence system that can instantly detect when there’s a malfunction, what type it is, and what needs to be done about. They do have ways to warn a homeowner that something is going wrong, although in a indirect way so they know it’s time to call trained HVAC professionals to investigate the heater, find out what’s actually wrong, and how to repair it. One of these warning signs is strange odors coming from the vents while the furnace is running. Below is a short guide to what these odors might mean.

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Yes, You Also Need to Change or Clean the Air Filter During Winter

Monday, October 19th, 2015

One of the important steps for regularly maintaining an air conditioning system during the summer is to change its air filter (or clean it if the AC uses a permanent filter) once a month. This advice also extends to your heating system if you have a furnace or other forced-air heater. Usually the heater shares the same cabinet with the air conditioner, and also uses the same filter that is housed where the return air ducts connected with the cabinet.

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