Got a Dead AC Compressor Before the Start of Summer? Here Are Your Options

April 15th, 2024
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One of the best reasons to always schedule air conditioning maintenance in spring is because it will catch problems before the hot weather begins, giving you time to correct them. One of the biggest problems a technician may discover during an AC inspection is that the compressor has failed. If you didn’t know about this ahead of time, you would have turned your cooling system on during the first hot day and gotten … room-temperature air. No cooling at all! 

The compressor is one of the most important parts of an AC: it’s where most of the energy used to cool a house goes. The compressor is also an expensive component. It’s costly enough that when it fails, the conventional wisdom is that the whole air conditioning system needs to be replaced. Is this always the case? Let’s look at the options you’ll have when you’ve got a dead compressor

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How a Dehumidifier Can Benefit Your House

April 15th, 2024
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Humidity is a big part of our summer seasons, and anyone who’s had to go through a humid day knows how much worse it makes the heat feel. High humidity can cause several problems for your household, both the people in it and the house itself, and we recommend scheduling an installation of a whole-house dehumidifier in Perry, GA to combat this problem. You’ll enjoy more benefits than just better comfort, as we’ll explain below.

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Tips for Saving on Cooling Costs This Year

April 15th, 2024
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Whenever you start to regularly use your air conditioner this year, you’ll see an increase in your electricity costs. This is normal: central air conditioners are one the biggest users of electricity in homes. However, you might be paying more for cooling than you need to, and we have some advice on ways you can lower those electric costs. Below are various tips, from essential air conditioning maintenance in Nashville, TN to ideas for HVAC and comfort upgrades, that can put some money back in your pocket.

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Let’s Talk AC Refrigerant Leaks and What You Need to Know

April 8th, 2024
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The last thing you want during a scorcher summer day is for your air conditioning system to start to fail—or fail completely. One of the most common issues that can cause an AC to lose power and eventually break down completely is refrigerant leaks. Understanding the impact of these leaks, how to spot them, and the importance of professional air conditioning repair in Maysville, KY can save you from a boiling hot house and costly repairs. Here’s what you need to know about AC refrigerant leaks, straight from our Premier Pros.

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Heat Pumps: Is It Time to Make the Switch?

April 8th, 2024
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The spring is a good time for homeowners to make updates to their HVAC systems, especially if the air conditioning unit is wearing down and coming close to the end of its service life. We’ve observed an increasing number of Georgia residents contemplating whether to replace their traditional HVAC systems with modern heat pumps. We’re experienced with heat pumps in Forsyth, GA, and in this post we want to look into why making the switch to a heat pump this spring could be a major benefit for your home comfort and energy efficiency.

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High-Efficiency ACs Explained

April 8th, 2024
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When you’re looking for better cooling in your home, you’ll want to find an AC system that not only works the way you need it to, but also helps you save money. At Premier, we believe in empowering our customers with knowledge to make informed decisions about their HVAC needs. Today, we’re taking a close look at high-efficiency AC units, explaining how they manage to keep your spaces cool while keeping energy consumption—and your bills—to a minimum.

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5 Tips to Keep Your Home’s AC Healthy

April 8th, 2024
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Ensuring your home’s air conditioning system is in top shape is a priority each summer. At Premier, we understand the importance of a well-functioning AC unit not only for your comfort but also for your health and utility bills. Taking good care of your central air conditioning in Swainsboro, GA can prevent most issues before they arise, saving you from unexpected breakdowns and costly repairs. 

Here are five essential tips to keep your home’s AC healthy and ensure a cool, comfortable summer.

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Air Duct Cleaning Is a Great Summer To-Do Item

April 1st, 2024
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Do you already have a packed to-do list for spring? Plenty of people do—taxes, getting the AC maintained, spring cleaning, even just getting the files on your computer in order. We’d like to suggest a to-do item that you may want to slip into your schedule. It’s not a tough one to do. In fact, our experts will do all the work for you.

It’s scheduling air duct cleaning for your home. If your ductwork hasn’t had cleaning in years (or ever), you can make it easier to keep cool for less in your home during the coming summer if you add duct cleaning to your to-dos. We offer high-quality air duct services in Sandersville, GA, including air duct cleaning, testing, and repair, so we know how beneficial air duct cleaning can be. We’ll explain more about why we recommend this service.

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The Biggest Benefits of Pre-Season Maintenance for Your AC

April 1st, 2024
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Spring means it’s time to schedule air conditioning maintenance in Perry, GA with our team at Premier. We can’t stress enough how important this annual AC tune-up and inspection is: it’s the best thing you can do for your AC, and that means it’s the best thing you can do for your summer comfort.

Need some convincing? Below is a list of the biggest benefits of scheduling spring maintenance for your air conditioning system. All you need to do to get started is to contact us and sign up for our Energy Savings Agreement, which takes care of your AC in spring and heater in fall.

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A Failing AC? How to Know Before Summer Arrives

April 1st, 2024
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If you’ve lived through a summer in Nashville before, you know how hot it can get. Try to imagine living here if you didn’t have an air conditioning system to cool your home. Not a pleasant thought!

But you do have a central AC for your house. Good so far! Now ask yourself if you think that AC is coming to the end of its service life. You don’t want to head into the heat of summer with a failing air conditioner—you’ll end up trapped on a hot day with no cooling, scrambling to arrange for an air conditioning replacement in Nashville, TN.

We don’t want you to go through that, so we’re going to look at some of the ways to tell you’ve got an air conditioner that’s ready to retire. 

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