Premier Indoor Comfort Systems LLC Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Woodstock’

Why You Need a Professional HVAC Contractor

Monday, February 11th, 2019

hvac-techFinding a professional to perform your HVAC services in Woodstock, GA can’t be too hard, right? You just do an online search and are given plenty of options to choose from.

Of course, not everyone on the internet who says they’re a professional actually is a professional. With HVAC services, the last thing you want is to deal with anyone less than a professional. That can have a detrimental effect on your system and home comfort.

Not only will we explain why you need a professional, but we’ll also provide a few tips on how to find one.

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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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Reap the Benefits of Zone Control Cooling (and Heating!)

Monday, July 31st, 2017

zone-control-cooling-heating-reap-benefitsImagine you’re looking at a house to buy, and the home in question has only one light switch to control all the lighting in the living space. That doesn’t make much sense, does it? Well, if you are using a central air conditioner in the summer, and a forced air heating system in the winter, without zone controls, then your HVAC systems are operating on basically the same principle.

With how hot our summers get—and we’re in the thick of it now—it makes sense that you want to have efficient and effective cooling for your home. With a zone control system installation in Woodstock, GA, you can take greater control over the way in which you cool (and heat) your home to ensure this efficiency.

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Why You Should Invest in a Dehumidifier before This Summer

Monday, May 22nd, 2017

invest-dehumidifier-before-summerGiven our weather, it almost seems silly to say that summer isn’t here yet. But, we still do have much warmer temperatures to contend with, and with that warmth comes higher humidity levels. You most likely have a reliable air conditioning system to handle the hot and muggy temps on their way, but if you are without a certain Woodstock, GA indoor air quality product, you are at a disadvantage.

We are talking about the whole-house dehumidifier. This important appliance, when professionally installed, will help to handle the excessively humid air in your home, making a big difference in your home comfort levels as well as the performance of your air conditioning system.

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Air Conditioner Installation Cost: Determining Factors

Monday, March 13th, 2017

air-conditioner-cost-factorsAs spring quickly approaches, our temperatures are staying cool. Mid-late spring is arguably one of the most enjoyable parts of the year in the peach state as far as our weather is concerned. But soon enough, it will get hot and humid again.

When that familiar subtropical climate will grace us with its presence, you want the peace of mind that you are prepared as you can be with a functional air conditioning system. And if you discovered last year that yours is about ready to call it quits, then now is the perfect time to consider a Woodstock, GA AC system installation. But what will it cost you?

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It’s Never Too Late for a Heater Tune-Up

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

Just like any other major appliance or piece of equipment in your home, your heater needs a certain amount of service to be able to continue functioning at a high level. Part of this service is regular tune-ups. Even as we progress into winter, it’s never too late for this service and scheduling your maintenance appointment ASAP will help you keep your heater in good working order for years to come.

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Some Indoor Air Contaminants You’ll Want Removed

Monday, February 8th, 2016

A few weeks ago, we wrote a blog post about why homes often encounter a drop in their indoor air quality during the winter, and how you can deal with this problem. In this post, we’ll look at the specific sorts of airborne pollutants that will concentrate inside your house while it’s sealed up during cold weather.

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Journey to the Center of (Geothermal) Earth Heating

Tuesday, December 1st, 2015

In 1864, Jules Verne published his third novel, following on the success of Five Weeks in a Balloon and The Adventures of Captain Hatteras. It’s a book that has important meaning for us today when it comes to comfort for our homes, believe it or not: Journey to the Center of the Earth.

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Time to Consider a Humidifier to Plan for the Cold Weather

Monday, September 21st, 2015

When September arrives, you should start making plans for how your home will deal with the cold of winter… which is not as far away as you might think! The last two weeks on our blog we’ve addressed the importance of scheduling heating maintenance for your system. This week, we would like to bring attention to an addition you can make to your HVAC system that will make the winter cold easier to deal with, and which can reduce some of strain off your heater: a whole-house humidifier.

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New Home HVAC: Is Going Ductless Worth It?

Monday, July 27th, 2015

Purchasing a home may be the end of a long search for that perfect match for you and your (future) family, but it’s really only the beginning. Customizing your indoor environment takes many forms, from minor appliance upgrades to extensive renovations. But you may also want to make certain that your indoor air space is properly cooled during the summer and heated during the winter. You’ll also want to consider your indoor air quality as well as the humidity balance. If you’re looking for a year-round HVAC system, then you may want to consider a ductless mini split.

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