Premier Heating and Air Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Forsyth’

You Need to Regularly Change Your AC’s Air Filter

Monday, June 10th, 2024
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If there’s one thing about air conditioning that we wish every homeowner knew, it’s that they need to regularly change the AC’s air filter. Of course, we’d love for our customers to know even more about how to properly care for their cooling systems, but keeping up with this single task can eliminate many troubles that can torture your AC and leave you with higher bills and lower comfort.

When we perform regular AC maintenance in Forsyth, GA, we always change the air filter. However, air conditioners need to have their filters changed more often than once a year, so the responsibility falls on you to take care of this job during the rest of the cooling season. It’s not difficult, but the difference it makes is substantial.

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Why AC Refrigerant Leaks Are a Big Problem!

Monday, May 27th, 2024
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Refrigerant leaks are one of the more common troubles that you may run into with your air conditioning system. These leaks aren’t a minor issue, and you can’t simply “refill” the lost refrigerant on your own. To understand why this problem requires professional AC repair in Forsyth, GA, we’ll take a look at how refrigerant works in your AC and why losing it to leaks might mean the end of the cooling system if it’s not fixed.

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Let’s See If We Can Prevent AC Repairs This Summer

Monday, May 13th, 2024
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We feel confident when it comes to handling AC repair in Forsyth, GA that we can help you actually avoid most/all of those repairs during the coming summer. We know this sounds like a bad business strategy: why would we not want you to call our expert team to repair your air conditioning system? The reason is simple—we want happy customers and we want them to stay comfortable! Plus, there are ways we can help you stop most malfunctions that affect your AC, and that’s a pretty good business strategy. People who help stop emergencies: we’d love for you to see us this way.

But how can you prevent those AC malfunctions and breakdowns? And how can we help you? Follow along and let’s find out.

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Ice on Your AC? Yes, That’s a Problem!

Monday, April 22nd, 2024
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When you turn on your air conditioning system to enjoy cool air for another hot and humid Georgia summer, that air feels crisp and icy as it first hits you. So if you notice ice starting to form on the evaporator coil of the air conditioner, you may think it’s natural. The AC is work hard and doing a good job. 

Except … it’s not!

The truth is that you should never see ice forming on any part of your air conditioner. An AC doesn’t use ice to cool the air, nor should its cooling process create ice. If you do see ice, something’s wrong with the air conditioner, and you’ll want it addressed as soon as possible.

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Heat Pumps: Is It Time to Make the Switch?

Monday, 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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It’s Time to Get an Air Conditioner Tune-Up

Monday, March 25th, 2024
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Spring is good news for most people—the weather gets warmer, the days grow longer. But since those warm days will eventually turn into hot days when summer arrives, spring is also the best time to prepare your air conditioner to handle the heat. Your AC does plenty of work each summer to cool your house, and unless it has routine maintenance to alleviate all that strain, it can mean trouble in the short-term and long-term.

Fortunately, scheduling air conditioning maintenance in Forsyth, GA is straightforward: contact our team and sign up for our Premier Maintenance Plan if you aren’t already a member. We’ll then get you on the schedule for the next convenient appointment to inspect and tune up your AC. Membership also includes maintenance for your heating system, which you’ll need in the fall.

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New AC? This Might Be the Spring to Spring for One

Monday, March 11th, 2024
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Winter’s almost over—it moved by fast! That doesn’t mean it’s time to switch on your AC yet, but it is a good time to start thinking about your air conditioning system. Spring is the season to schedule annual air conditioning maintenance to ensure your cooling system is in optimal condition for the rigors of a hot summer.

Maintenance, however, won’t keep an air conditioner going forever. At some point, any AC will become so worn down from use and age that it needs to be replaced. In today’s post, we’re going to see if you have an AC that’s ready for retirement. You can trust our technicians for a new AC installation in Forsyth, GA when it’s time. We can also give you the expert advice that will help you make the best decision about your AC’s future. 

Until then, let’s examine ways to tell your current AC is on the way out.

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Did Your Furnace Just Go Through Its Final Winter?

Monday, February 26th, 2024
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When winter starts to wind down, we recommend that homeowners give some thought to how well their furnaces performed through the season. A furnace that had no troubles and is still several years away from its “old age” (we’ll address that more below) will probably have no trouble handling the next winter as long as it has routine maintenance.

But you might be in a situation where you suspect your furnace is becoming old and unreliable. If it is, you’ll want to have a furnace replacement in Forsyth, GA before winter comes around. While your furnace is still on your mind, let’s look into that possibility.

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