Aside from the professionals, like ours at Premier Heating & Cooling, who really thinks about air conditioners and their components? Air conditioners keep your Tomahawk, WI home or business cool and comfy when the outside temperatures are high, and that’s all you...
There are a number of things that can indicate you need a dehumidifier. If any of the following apply to your home, call Premier Heating & Cooling today.
With the dog days of summer just around the corner, you may be running your AC more and more. We want to go over some of the ways that you can save money and energy with your HVAC system this season.
What is R-22, why is it being phased out, and what does this mean for your air conditioning system? We can offer assistance in making the best decision for your home and your bank account.
Dirt from the air can clog your air filter and cause your appliances to work double time to get air through your home. This extra effort can cause some serious problems.
With all the options available for setting your programmable thermostat, it’s easy to get confused. Of course, this defeats the purpose of a programmable thermostat.
Your helpful neighbor suggested the issue you’re having with your gas furnace sounds like it could be due to a cracked heat exchanger. What’s a heat exchanger? How can you tell if that’s what the issue is?
What does AFUE mean and how can you use that info when purchasing a new furnace? Premier Heating & Cooling has the answers.
There are few simple things to take into consideration when thinking about a new furnace here in Tomahawk, WI. Keep reading to learn more.
A dual fuel system can solve a lot of issues for homeowners, and it’s really nothing more than a combined HVAC system comprised of a heat pump and a furnace (or boiler).
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.