Premier Heating and Air Blog for ‘Conyers’ Category

High-Efficiency ACs Explained

Monday, April 8th, 2024

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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How Can I Tell It’s Time to Have My Home’s Air Ducts Cleaned?

Monday, March 25th, 2024

Many homeowners don’t give much thought to the ductwork in their home. It’s mostly hidden from sight, and so it’s easy to forget about it, assuming it will continue to do its job of transporting heated and cooled air to all the rooms. 

But these ducts pick up dust, lint, and other debris over time, and eventually the build-up will create troubles for the HVAC system, your budget, and your home in general. Only routine professional air duct cleaning in Covington, GA can correct this … but how will you be able to tell it’s time to arrange for this service with our team?

Well, let’s look at several of the major ways to tell you need air duct cleaning…

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What Are My Options for Heating Installation?

Monday, March 11th, 2024

Choosing the right heating system is crucial for keeping your home warm and cozy during the colder months. The right heating installation ensures comfort and contributes to energy efficiency and cost savings. In this blog, we’ll explore four popular heating installations in Warner Robins, GA, to keep your home comfortable during the winter.

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Should You Upgrade to a High-Efficiency Furnace at the End of This Winter?

Monday, February 26th, 2024

We’re nearing the end of winter, although this doesn’t mean an immediate end to cold weather. It does mean it’s time to consider what to do with a furnace that has reached the end of its useful service life. If you have a gas furnace that’s more than 15 years old, or which has shown signs of decline, you can use the spring to have a replacement put in. This gives you an opportunity to upgrade to a high-efficiency furnace model.

Is high-efficiency the best heating path for your home’s future? We’re going to look into the advantages of high-efficiency furnaces as well as some drawbacks. You can count on our team to help guide you through the decision-making process and find the ideal furnace for your needs.

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Can I Repair a Heat Pump on My Own?

Monday, February 12th, 2024

Heat pumps are great comfort solutions. With a single installation, you have electric-powered heating and cooling to keep your home pleasant and livable throughout the year. You’ll probably pay less for heating with a heat pump than you would with a furnace. There are many reasons that heat pumps are increasing in popularity around the country.

What happens if your heat pump breaks down, either at the peak of winter or summer? You’ll want the heat pump working again as soon as possible, and that may tempt you to try to fix it yourself. Is that something you can do? Or will you need to call for professional heater repair in Decatur, GA?

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Why All the Rooms in Your House Aren’t Getting Warm

Monday, January 15th, 2024

Uneven heating is a common problem that people face in their homes during winter. The central heating system is running, parts of the house are warming up to comfortable levels, but some rooms stay cold. If the house has always had this problem, then the issue is likely poor insulation in those rooms. You can improve the insulation or ask our HVAC team for options like using ductless mini splits to help those hard-to-warm spots.

If, however, the uneven heating is a new phenomenon, the HVAC system is probably the culprit. We’re going to look at what might be wrong with the heater and recommend the appropriate heating service in Decatur, GA that may be able to correct it.

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Ways to Lower Those High Heating Bills

Monday, January 1st, 2024

The winter weather means you have to use your heating system to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature in your home. And that also means you can expect to see higher energy bills each month. There’s no way around some increase in your energy costs during winter (unless you’re committed to living in unsafe and miserable conditions), but you don’t have to have the costs become unreasonable. 

If you think you’re currently paying too much to heat your home, you can take several steps to lower those costs. Below are several key ways to get those bills under control.

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We’re Getting Cooked! Why Is My Furnace Overheating My House?

Monday, December 18th, 2023

Staying toasty warm in your home during winter is a pleasure. But you definitely can get too hot to the point where running outside into the cold feels refreshing. If you keep the thermostat in your home set at a pleasant temperature (we recommend 68°F during the day to help save energy), you shouldn’t have a problem with just the right balance of winter comfort.

Unless your furnace has other plans. If your house feels abnormally warm when the furnace is running, you may need to schedule furnace service in Conyers, GA with the Premier team to see what needs to be done. In this post, we’ll look at some reasons that your furnace has decided to crank up to heat to uncomfortable levels.

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Ductless Heating and Cooling Can Save You Money—Here’s How

Monday, December 4th, 2023

For many decades, central HVAC systems in homes stayed pretty much the same. An air conditioner and a furnace connected to a network of ducts reaching out to vents around the house. A single powerful blower sent the heated or cooled air into the ductwork to provide an even spread of comfort. 

Although this type of HVAC system worked well for years, there was room for improvement. Such as finding a way to remove ducts from the equation. Today, we have the option for ductless air conditioning and ductless heating in Riverdale, GA through ductless mini split heat pumps. Using a ductless system in a home has several advantages, and one of the most appealing is that it can save the homeowner money.

If you’re interested in how the installation of a ductless mini split heat pump can lower your comfort costs, follow us below.

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How a Faulty Thermostat Can Make a Lot of Trouble in Your House

Monday, November 20th, 2023

Compared to the furnace, air conditioner, and ductwork of your HVAC system, the thermostat is physically a small component. But, without a thermostat, you don’t have a functioning HVAC system at all because you can’t communicate with it. The thermostat in your home is essential for your heating and cooling system to operate at all, so even small thermostat issues can have a significant impact on energy use and indoor comfort.

To help you better understand when you’ll need to call professionals for thermostat repair in McDonough, GA, we’re going to look over the ways thermostat problems can create bigger and wider problems for your home.

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