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Choosing Your New Heater

Monday, October 22nd, 2018

furnace venting outsideA lot of people that don’t live here seem to think that Georgia is just a hot place to be throughout the entire year. While hot and humid weather is certainly the norm for much of it, though, the fact is that our heaters are just as important as our air conditioners. No, they may not be used quite as much, but that doesn’t mean that you can afford to take any chances with the overall operation of your system.

That is why you need more than just a great heating system. You also need to be sure that your new heater is a great fit for your personal needs and user preferences. By scheduling your heater installation with the pros on our team, you ensure that this is the case. We are happy not only to install and service your home heating system, but also to help you find the one that fits your situation best. Count on us for great heating services in Atlanta.

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The Most Effective Environmentally Friendly Heating Methods

Monday, February 13th, 2012

Protecting the environment is a priority for many Jonesboro homeowners these days. The problem is that it can’t be as a high a priority as heating your home. Sure, you want your home to be environmentally friendly, but you also need it to be warm.

So, it seems you are forced to run your electric or fuel-powered furnace as much as is necessary and hope that it’s not too much for the environment — or your wallet — to take.

Beyond the traditional heating methods of electricity, gas, oil and what have you, there are some alternatives out on the market these days that can keep your home warm while also being green.

 Geothermal

One solution is geothermal heat, which harnesses the natural heat of the Earth to warm your home. Pipes filled with coolant run through the ground outside your home, absorbing the warmth of the Earth. Then, the warm coolant is pumped into your home through a network of pipes that radiate heat.

This method is effective and requires no additional fuel or energy.

 Solar

Then, of course, there is the most obvious and readily available source of heat to the whole planet: the sun. Solar heating systems can be either active or passive, which essentially just depends on whether additional specialized equipment is to be installed.

Obviously, solar heating systems are a better choice for areas that get a lot of sunlight year round.

Whichever environmentally friendly heating solution you choose, they have the added benefit of lowering your heating bill, which is always welcome. If you have any questions about having one of these systems installed in your home, give Premier Indoor Comfort Systems a call today!

 

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