From furnaces to heat pumps, Premier Heating and Cooling offers heating repair, replacement, and installation services for all of your needs.
Premier Heating and Cooling offers experienced cooling services, including air conditioner and heat pump repair, replacement, and installation.
Save time and money with our club memberships. Explore the details of our club memberships and about becoming a member today!
Where Your Comfort Truly Matters
Servicing Tomahawk, Wausau, Rhinelander, and surrounding Wisconsin communities, our customers can trust that Premier Heating and Cooling will only suggest products which will improve your heating and cooling system, fit your budget, and improve your comfort.
As a company, our number one goal is to gain a customer for life, we can only achieve this by providing honest solutions for your comfort concerns.
Experienced and Professional
Our entire staff, from the office to the technicians in your home, are highly trained and certified to provide you with the best possible experience with your heating and cooling needs. If there’s ever a time when you are in need of service or replacement of a heating or cooling system, you can trust that Premier Heating and Cooling will be there for you.
Read Our Latest Post
What Are Thermostats?
Thermostats are the brains of the HVAC system. They facilitate heating and cooling so the temperature in your house is where you want it to be.
How Do They Work?
When you set the desired temperature on the thermostat, it sends signals to your HVAC system. Your HVAC system then produces bursts of hot or cold air to maintain the set temperature on the thermostat.
What Do The On And Auto Settings Mean?
These settings control your HVAC unit’s fan. When set to On, the fan blows continuously. When set to Auto, your fan blows only to circulate hot or cold air. The Auto setting is more commonly used, because it consumes less electricity. The On setting is popular in households with humid climates, since it dissuades mold growth.
What Types Of Thermostats Are There?
There are three basic types: nonprogrammable, programmable, and smart thermostats.
What Are Nonprogrammable Thermostats?
Nonprogrammable thermostats are classic, accessible, and inexpensive. Chances are you grew up with one in your home. Their simple, easy-to-use interface makes heating and cooling your home a breeze. However, they do have a few disadvantages. You’ll have to make all adjustments manually. They are also the least efficient type out of the three models.
What Are Programmable Thermostats?
Programmable thermostats are perfect for the working household. If your house is empty for long periods during the day, there’s no reason to leave your furnace or air conditioner on. Programmable thermostats give you Home and Away options. They are a more efficient option––you’ll pay considerably less on your energy bill. On the flip side, they require a larger initial investment than traditional thermostats. Also, the starting-and-stopping mechanism may be harder on your equipment.
What Are Smart Thermostats?
Smart thermostats are the most futuristic option. These devices can be controlled remotely on your computer, tablet, and/or smartphone. Because of their intelligent design, a smart thermostat can track your living habits and adjust itself after awhile. You can also monitor your energy usage on your mobile devices. Because of the advanced technology, this option is the priciest out of the three.
Which option is right for you and your lifestyle? Call us at Premier Heating & Cooling for any additional thermostat questions at 715-453-4700. Premier Heating & Cooling is an independently owned business in Tomahawk, WI, and we’re proud to serve families living here and in surrounding areas.
Need HVAC Service?
Contact the experts!
Premier Heating and Cooling services residents in Arbor Vitae, Birnamwood, Brokaw, Harshaw, Hazelhurst, Irma, Merrill, Minocqua, Rhinelander, Rib Mountain, Tomahawk, Tripoli, Wausau, Weston, Woodruff, and surrounding Wisconsin communities. Visit our service area page to learn more. For service, call us now at 715-453-4700 or request service online today.