Premier Heating and Air Blog for ‘Dublin’ Category

5 Tips to Keep Your Home’s AC Healthy

Monday, 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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What To Do When Your Business’ HVAC Stops Working

Monday, March 25th, 2024
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If you’re a business owner, you understand the important role that your HVAC system plays in maintaining a comfortable and productive work environment for your employees, customers, clients, tenants, etc. The HVAC system is also important for protecting equipment and helping parts of your business to function. 

But even with the best regular maintenance for your HVAC equipment, something can still go wrong unexpectedly. When that happens, you can’t wait for the situation to simply “get better” (it won’t). You’ll need to act quickly to deal with it, and that will likely include calling for experts in commercial HVAC in Dublin, GA to repair or replace the non-working components.

Let’s go through a step-by-step process of what you can do if you’re faced with a commercial HVAC emergency.

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What Are My Options for Heating Installation?

Monday, March 11th, 2024
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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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Is My Home’s Indoor Air Quality Really That Bad?

Monday, February 26th, 2024
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When you live in Georgia, most homeowners are aware of two major components that affect home comfort: humidity and temperature. But your home comfort and your health require more than just temperature control. Many people are unaware of how poor their indoor air quality (IAQ) can be. 

Let’s go over four key points to think about when asking yourself the question, “Is my home’s indoor air really that bad?” Unfortunately, it is that bad. That’s why we offer indoor air quality systems that are just as important as your air conditioner and dehumidifier.

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Don’t Put Off These Furnace Issues Until Next Year!

Monday, February 12th, 2024
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While it’s still officially winter, here in Georgia, we’ve been enjoying some warmer weather. You may be enjoying our shoulder season where it’s not cold enough that you need to run your heating system, but not hot enough that you need the AC.

This bout of balmy weather may have you thinking that you won’t need your furnace until next year. You may even have some furnace issues going on that you’re fairly certain you can wait to address next year. However, there are some examples of furnace repair that shouldn’t be put off, no matter how small they may seem. Let’s go over three furnace issues that can’t wait until the next heating season. 

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5 Silent Signs That Your Furnace Needs Repair

Monday, January 15th, 2024
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Now that we’re halfway through the heating season, we’ve reached the critical time of year when your furnace’s performance may start to suffer. Sometimes your furnace will alert you to the fact that it’s struggling by making unusual noises such as screeching, banging, and booming. 

Although these noises can be startling, at least your furnace is giving you a distinct message that it needs help. Unfortunately, sometimes the signs are much more subtle. Here are 5 silent signs that you need heating repair in Warner Robins, GA. When you know these signs, you can schedule repair sooner and hopefully avoid a major issue.

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Breathe Easier in the New Year with Duct Services

Monday, January 1st, 2024
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The holiday season is behind us and it’s time to look forward to the New Year. Whether you make New Year’s resolutions or not, it’s a time of year when people naturally think about making positive changes.

Perhaps the most common resolutions have to do with health. Some people set big goals for themselves while others may simply resolve to use their smartphones less or work at getting more quality sleep. No matter what your health-related resolution is, it all starts with the air quality in your home.

So why not make a resolution to pay attention to an often overlooked home comfort system—your ductwork. After all, it is the “V” in HVAC: ventilation. Here’s how our duct services can help you breathe easier in the New Year.

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Repair or Replace: When Is a Heating Repair Not Worth It?

Monday, December 18th, 2023
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For most people, it’s human nature to want to keep something around for as long as it’s running. Whether it’s a car or a computer, so long as it’s still working, you’re willing to keep it around even though its performance isn’t nearly as good as it used to be.

When you think about it, it doesn’t make much sense to keep a gas-guzzling car that’s always in the shop around. Or a computer that’s so slow you spend more time doing basic tasks than you would with a new one. The same can be said for a heating system. 

Heating systems are one of those things where you’re making do with it even though your home comfort is suffering and your utility bills are going up and up. Furnaces have had some remarkable advances in technology in the last 10 years or so that make getting a new one especially appealing. 

So how do you know when to replace an old furnace vs repairing it? Let’s take a look at when a heating repair isn’t worth it and it’s time to pull the plug on that old, outdated furnace.

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Is Your Heater Ready for the Holidays?

Monday, December 4th, 2023
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Is your heating system ready for the holidays? The best thing you can do to make sure there won’t be any hiccups in its performance is to schedule maintenance. Homeowners in Vidalia, GA sometimes think they can skip out on heating tune-ups because they don’t use their heater as often as their air conditioners. 

However, this simply isn’t true. Heat pumps, furnaces, and boilers require annual heater maintenance to keep them running at peak performance. Scheduling annual maintenance is the best way to help ensure that your heating system won’t fail when you need it most–during a holiday gathering, when a cold snap strikes, or when you’re hosting family for an extended visit. 

There are other things you can do to make sure your heating system is ready for the holidays and hopefully avoid the embarrassment of not having a warm and cozy home for your family and guests. Let’s go over three additional things you should do besides scheduling maintenance.

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The Link Between Heating Maintenance and Repairs

Monday, November 20th, 2023
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Every homeowner knows that maintenance is incredibly important for their HVAC systems. And yet, this essential furnace service is often overlooked. The main point we want to drive home for homeowners is that maintenance is easily a service that pays for itself and in fact, saves you money both in the short term and the long run!

That’s because there’s a link between furnace maintenance and costly repairs that could’ve been prevented. 80% of furnace repairs are made on systems that haven’t received regular maintenance. Let’s go over all the ways that tune-ups save you money.

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