Comfort Incorporated Blog: Archive for May, 2018

Tips for Bringing Your Cooling Costs Down

Monday, May 21st, 2018

air conditioner sitting on pile of moneyWe haven’t met a person who isn’t grateful for the use of a fully functional and efficient air conditioner during the summer. They make home life not only bearable, but actually quite comfortable. But what if your air conditioning in Moore, OK isn’t working as effectively as you expect it to?

The solution to this will depend on the problem. For instance, if you aren’t getting cool air no matter how low you set the thermostat, there’s clearly something wrong with the system. But in many cases, homeowners look at their high cooling costs and assume something is wrong when really it’s just that they aren’t using their air conditioner as efficiently as possible. So, what can you do?

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Tips for Hiring an HVAC Contractor

Tuesday, May 15th, 2018

technician working on ac unitsBy doing a quick online search, you can certainly find a plethora of handymen in your area who are willing to work on your HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) system. But that doesn’t mean you should just go with whoever offers the cheapest Oklahoma City, OK AC services when you’re looking to get a new system installed or your existing AC unit serviced.

There are a number of qualities to look for when searching for a reputable and reliable HVAC contractor, which we’ve highlighted below. If you want your HVAC system to be in good hands, follow these tips!

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Is Your Commercial Cooling System in Good Shape?

Monday, May 7th, 2018

rooftop ac units on top of commercial buildingIf your answer is, “no, it needs work” or “actually, I have no idea,” then it’s time to call our team for professional commercial HVAC services in Norman, OK. After all, we’re about to enter our hottest part of the year. This is a great time to have a trained technician give your system(s) a look and address any problems that need fixing before summer hits. This is especially the case for commercial air conditioners, which have a much heavier workload than residential systems, and require a contractor that specializes in commercial services.

If you are a business owner or manage an office space, you should contact a commercial HVAC company to have maintenance done if you haven’t already, and repairs if you’ve been told you need them or suspect you may need them.

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