Premier Heating and Air Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Loganville’

Watch for This Common AC Problem This Summer!

Monday, May 13th, 2024

It’s about time for your home’s AC to get to work: the summer heat is almost here!

But before we get deep into the summer, we want to talk to you about a common problem that air conditioners face, one that often requires calling for AC repair in Loganville, GA. This problem is called short-cycling

We’re here to help you understand what short-cycling is, how to recognize it, and why it’s essential to have your AC inspected as soon as possible so the problem can be repaired. 

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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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Helping Your AC Help You Through a Heat Wave

Monday, August 1st, 2022

The second half of this summer is a scorcher, and it’s going to keep up for a stretch. This is one of those times when you’ll most appreciate your central air conditioning system. It changes your home into a relaxing refuge from the heat. And the last thing you want to happen to it now is for it to suddenly fail. You can, of course, call our expert team for air conditioning repair in Loganville, GA, or elsewhere in our wide service area. We know you’d rather not have to do that because no one wants to be trapped in a boiling house for any length of time. 

We want to help you avoid an AC emergency and get your cooling system through the rest of the hot summer without problems. Below are some tips for giving your AC the help necessary for a worry-free remainder of the summer.

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How Your Furnace’s Ignition System Works

Monday, February 14th, 2022

You might still have a furnace that uses a standing pilot light to ignite the burners, but this style of furnace ignition is fading away as improved technology takes over. Fewer new furnace models use standing pilot lights, and if the current furnace you have was built after 2010, then it almost certainly uses a different type of ignition system—an electronic one. 

The year 2010 was when most natural gas furnaces shifted from standing pilot lights to types of electronic ignition. If you want to know how these ignition systems work, you’ve come to the right place.

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