Comfort Incorporated Blog

What Goes Into a Professional Furnace Replacement?

February 10th, 2020

technician-working-on-furnaceThis time of the year is clearly not the greatest to be stuck with a malfunctioning heating system, right? But if you’re reading a blog post about furnace replacement, it likely means that you’re in need of one. That said, we totally understand the urgency and how easy it would be to rush into a heater purchase, and even save time by hiring just anyone to do the replacement service.

We really have to discourage this, however. There are a number of reasons you should only trust a professional for a job like this. There’s a lot of work that goes into a furnace installation, and trusting a professional for the job will not only help your comfort and heater performance but also will protect your safety. To help you understand this, we’ve outlined what exactly goes into a furnace replacement, below.

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How to Avoid Furnace Repairs

January 27th, 2020

technician-working-on-furnaceOkay, so you can’t completely avoid furnace repairs. That’d be nice, but every heating system has its limits. Natural wear and tear will impact the newest and best furnaces eventually. What you can do, however, is mitigate repair needs—make sure that the repairs you’re paying for are minimal at best and you’re never caught by surprise with furnace emergencies you weren’t expecting.

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Is Your Furnace Showing Signs of Disrepair?

January 13th, 2020

surprised-woman-covering-mouthWhen you live somewhere like Edmond, OK, the last thing you need is to have a heater that can break down at any given moment. But if you don’t know the signs that a heating system actually needs repair, then you could very well find yourself facing this dilemma. It’s never fun to have to schedule heating repairs, but we can assure you it’s even worse to have a nonfunctioning heater in the dead of winter.

It’s best to repair a heating system as early as possible so you can avoid sudden system problems and higher emergency repair costs later on. Plus, the sooner you repair your system, the more efficiently it will run, lowering your monthly operational costs as well. Keep reading as we uncover some of the top signs of a furnace in disrepair.

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How Damaged Ducts Impact Heating Performance

December 30th, 2019

ductwork-being-professionally-sealedWe’ll start by saying, we’re definitely talking about a negative impact, not a positive one.

If you live in Oklahoma City, having a heater that works as effectively and efficiently as possible is absolutely imperative. If you want yours to do this, then it’s important to pay attention to the “V” part of “HVAC”—your ventilation that connects your furnace or heat pump to the outside, making the distribution of conditioned air possible.

This ventilation system is made up of several sections of air ducts, and they’re typically hidden out of sight, behind walls, under floors, or in your attic and crawlspace.

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Should a Ductless System Be Your Next Home Comfort Installation?

December 16th, 2019

ductless-unit-and-remote-in-handAre you looking to replace both your heater and your air conditioner this year? In the past, this could be a very expensive and timely hassle—but these days, it’s possible to meet all your cooling and heating needs with just one system—a ductless mini-split.

These systems are becoming a preferred option more and more, as they are great for keeping homes warm in the winter and cool in the summer very effectively and efficiently. When you’re in the market for a new HVAC system, consider going ductless! Read on to learn more.

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How to Use Your Heater Most Efficiently

December 2nd, 2019

vent-on-wall-near-floorWhat if we told you there was a way for you to improve your home comfort in the wintertime while lowering your heating bills at the same time? There are multiple ways, actually. It’s all about taking small steps to improve the overall efficiency of your heating system—by doing this you’ll help your heater perform better overall.

We do rely on our heaters pretty heavily here, so you want to make sure you’re getting the best performance possible, right? Keep reading as we go through some of the steps we mentioned above to boost your heating system’s efficiency.

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When Should You Call for Heater Repairs?

November 18th, 2019

jets-of-a-furnace-firingAre you concerned that your heater could break down any minute? If you don’t know the signs that your heater is in disrepair, perhaps you should be worried. It’s never fun to need to call for heater repairs, but it’s even worse if your heater has broken down completely, calling for an emergency repair or premature replacement that could cost you even more.

Expert HVAC technicians will tell you it’s important to repair your heating system as early as possible to avoid sudden system breakdowns later on, plus higher repair costs. Additionally, the sooner your repair your heater, the lower your monthly bills can be, and the longer your system will last. Check out the following signs that indicate you have a heater in need of repair.

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Have You Scheduled Furnace Maintenance Yet?

November 4th, 2019

technician-inspecting-furnaceDo you have a furnace keeping your home warm this season? Is that a gas furnace, perhaps? If you answered yes to the first question, this blog post is for you. If you answered yes to the second, this blog post is definitely for you!

Furnace maintenance is key to keeping your furnace system not only functional and efficient but also safe. And with temperatures starting to chill down, now is the time to think about having this service done—it will prevent problems like sudden furnace repair in Edmond, OK, and more. Read on to learn more!

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The Problem with Low Humidity (and What Can Be Done)

October 21st, 2019

happy-couple-enjoying-indoorsWhen it comes to indoor air quality, you may think that the measurement for this is how hot or cool it is in your home. Your HVAC systems certainly play an important role in your overall indoor air quality, but they’re certainly not the only component. In fact, your HVAC system can actually contribute to lower indoor air quality just by their nature.

One of the common ways in which our indoor air quality suffers as we get closer to the winter months is with low humidity. The ideal relative humidity level in any home is between 30%-50%. Anything above this range means there’s too much moisture in the air—a common summertime problem—while anything below this range means it’s too dry. And dry air can be as bad in your home as humid air!

Read on to learn more.

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Help Your Home Perform with Spotless Ducts!

October 7th, 2019

duct-being-cleaned-lots-of-dustPerhaps to you, a duct cleaning service seems unnecessary, or at least really minor when it comes to the performance of your HVAC systems. After all, does it even compare to a malfunctioning air conditioner or heater? Maybe it minor—but neglecting the need for duct cleaning can lead to HVAC performance issues.

It seems like your ventilation system is just a minor part of your overall HVAC system, right? They’re actually very important to your air conditioner and heater, as well as your home comfort and indoor air quality. To keep your HVAC systems working properly and keep your indoor air quality high, consider scheduling professional duct cleaning. Read on to learn the benefits!

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