Premier Heating and Air Blog for ‘Sandersville’ Category

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

Monday, April 15th, 2024

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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Air Duct Cleaning Is a Great Summer To-Do Item

Monday, April 1st, 2024

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 Top 5 Benefits of Spring AC Maintenance

Monday, March 18th, 2024

Your AC needs a regular tune-up, just like your car does. You might not think about your air conditioning system as much as your vehicle—you don’t use the air conditioner year round—but if you ignore its maintenance needs, it can create plenty of problems.

We recommend our customers arrange for professional air conditioning maintenance in Sandersville, GA each spring, well in time for the big heat of summer. We’ve been in business for more than 20 years, so we’ve seen how beneficial this regular service is for our customers. Need more convincing? Follow along below as we look at the top five benefits of scheduling annual spring maintenance for your air conditioning system.

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Why Professional Server Room Cooling Is Essential

Monday, March 4th, 2024

Server rooms are essential for the operations of many businesses, and they require special protection to ensure they don’t lose data. This requires server rooms to have their own cooling systems to prevent the heat from the equipment causing the servers to overheat. 

You can’t cool a server room with just a fan and an open door, and they usually can’t be attached to the standard HVAC system that cools the rest of the facility. They must have a professionally installed dedicated server room cooling system that will ensure the important protection of this operations hub.

We handle server room cooling in Sandersville, GA along with other commercial HVAC services, and we can explain why you need to have experts like ours install your server room cooling system.

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Did You Have Higher Heating Bills This Winter? Let’s See Why…

Monday, February 19th, 2024

We recommend you look over all your heating costs for the winter. Look over your monthly heating bills and add them up. Compare them to the previous few winters. Has the cost risen a substantial or surprising amount? If the answer is yes, it’s something to look into closer to see if you can make a change.

We’re experts when it comes to home heating in Sandersville, GA, so we know something about why you may have higher heating costs. Follow along below and we’ll point out where our team can help you.

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Is A Heat Pump A Good Investment in the New Year?

Monday, January 16th, 2023

Perhaps you’re considering investing in a new HVAC system for your home in the New Year. It’s a great time to do so because homeowners have never had so many heating and cooling options as they do right now. Modern HVAC systems have become incredibly sophisticated and energy efficient.

Choosing heat pump installation in Vidalia, GA is an ideal 2-in-1 option for our mild winters here in Georgia. These eco-friendly systems could be exactly what you need when it’s time for a replacement. If you’re not aware of the benefits of heat pumps, read on to learn what makes them so uniquely suited to providing year-round comfort.

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How to Tell Your Ductwork Is Causing Comfort Trouble In Your Home

Monday, December 5th, 2022

The season of giving is just around the corner. Why not treat your home to professional duct cleaning this holiday season? Duct cleaning is an important aspect of home maintenance. Not only does it keep the air in your home clean, but it also ensures the proper function of your home’s HVAC system.

Dirty ductwork is also responsible for numerous home comfort issues. When your indoor air quality is poor due to dirty ducts, it can cause a number of health and wellness issues. Because ductwork is not visible in a home, many homeowners neglect their maintenance when they’re out of sight and out of mind.

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Why Won’t My Electric Furnace Heat Up Enough?

Monday, November 21st, 2022

Because we don’t get winters as deeply cold as more northern states, many of our homes can get by through the winter with the power of an electric furnace. Electric furnaces don’t have the heating capacity of gas furnaces, but they can still do the job of providing warmth around a house. They also have the advantage of fewer malfunctions and long service lives. 

But the reliability of an electric furnace isn’t ironclad. You may run into a problem where your electric furnace turns on, but you aren’t getting the usual level of heat from it, even if you crank up the thermostat as high as possible. What’s causing this?

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