Premier Heating and Air Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Conyers’

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

Monday, January 15th, 2024
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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
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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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How Long Can I Expect My AC to Last?

Monday, September 25th, 2023
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The quick and easy answer to the question “How long can I expect an AC to last?” is “Between 10 to 15 years.” However, that’s not the question in the title. The answer to “How long can I expect my AC to last?” is more complex, but we’re going to approach it in this post.

The short version of the answer we’re about to give is that your AC’s service life expectancy depends on several factors, such as how well it’s maintained and if it’s always received prompt AC repair in Conyers, GA when it needs it. If you want to get the longest effective lifespan from your air conditioning system, you’ll need to see that it gets the best treatment.

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The Ways That Ignoring AC Repairs Can Cost You!

Monday, September 11th, 2023
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It’s almost the end of summer and you soon won’t have to rely on your air conditioner as much. (Although the summer heat can linger well into October here in Georgia.) This doesn’t mean that you can go ahead and ignore signs you’ve got a faulty unit that needs AC repair in Conyers, GA. Quite the opposite. Neglecting air conditioning repair needs can cost you plenty, and we don’t just mean in terms of money.

Below we’ll look at the different ways that ignoring AC repairs can do damage to your pocket book, your family’s comfort, and even the environment.

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Why Your AC Is Running for So Long

Monday, July 17th, 2023
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When your air conditioning system won’t turn on, you know it needs help, probably from professionals who offer HVAC repair in Covington, GA like us. You may not have considered that the opposite problem can occur—an AC that won’t shut off or which runs in cycles much longer than 15 minutes—but it does happen. If it’s happening in your house right now, you’ll want to know what’s going on and to do about it.

An AC that’s running for much longer than it should is a problem all on its own, since it will waste energy and make your house too cold. What could cause this? We’ll look into the possibilities below.

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The Role of Refrigerant in AC Repairs: Why It’s Important

Tuesday, April 11th, 2023
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Refrigerant is an essential part of any air conditioning system. It’s also an often misunderstood part of how an air conditioner works, and these misconceptions can often lead to bigger problems for an air conditioner that doesn’t end up getting the repair work it needs. 

In this post, we’re going to examine air conditioning refrigerant and why it often plays a key role in AC repairs. The more you know about refrigerant, the better you’ll be able to recognize problems in your home’s air conditioning system.

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Watch for Early AC Warning Signs in Spring

Monday, March 27th, 2023
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We’re already getting days with temperatures in the 80s, and that’s impressive for early spring! We can expect to have quite a hot summer coming our way.

This is probably the first time you’ve run your air conditioning system in several months. As we get ready to settle into the warmer weather, we recommend you pay close attention to your air conditioner and look for any possible early warning signs that it isn’t working right.

The sooner you can arrange for the necessary air conditioning repair in Conyers, GA, the more time you’ll have to enjoy a working AC this summer.

Let’s look over some of these signs.

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Can a Furnace Corrode?

Monday, February 27th, 2023
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If you’re asking this question and looking for answers online, it’s probably because you think you’ve found corrosion on your gas furnace in Conyers, GA. Or perhaps you’re curious because you have an older furnace and you want to know what can happen to it as it ages. Whatever the reason, we’re glad you asked because corrosion is an important topic when it comes to furnaces.

So the simple answer is, Yes, a gas furnace can corrode. It’s not something you want to happen, and it’s often a warning that the furnace needs to be replaced.

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‘Tis the Season to Schedule Duct Cleaning!

Monday, December 5th, 2022
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We know that telling you it’s a festive season to have your ducts cleaned may not jolt you with joyous holiday feelings. However, we hope to change that by the end of this post. Or at least convince you that having duct cleaning in Covington, GA is a good gift to yourself and your family.

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