Comfort Incorporated Blog: Archive for the ‘HVAC Contractor’ Category

Is Your HVAC Contractor a True Professional?

Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

HVAC technician in hard hat working on AC unitAs we transition from winter to spring, now is the time to call for pertinent Oklahoma City, OK HVAC services, such as late-season heating repairs and air conditioning maintenance to ensure that your cooling system is ready to handle the warmer weather right around the corner. Of course, we recommend that you only count on a professional for these services, as anything less could leave you with an inefficient and potentially even inoperable HVAC system.

But, do you know what to look for when it comes to hiring a professional HVAC contractor?

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Let’s Bust Some HVAC Myths!

Monday, October 30th, 2017

white question mark on a blue backgroundOh the internet—where you can find information on literally everything there is to know. But, that doesn’t always mean the information you’ll find is true. And it can create some pretty big problems when you’re faced with, and believe, false information. For instance, you can type in a question about any important appliance in your home, and receive a bunch of helpful “tips” and “hacks.” This is one of the reasons that misconceptions about HVAC systems have spread widely to homeowners.

Most of the misconceptions about HVAC systems have been around long before the widespread availability of the internet, but they’ve become more prevalent today. What’s dangerous about them is that they can actually lead you to paying more for your HVAC systems month-to-month, instead of actually saving you time and money. Keep reading as we bust a few of the most common myths there are.

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How to Evaluate HVAC Contractors

Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

how-to-evaluate-hvac-contractorsYour heating and cooling systems account for about half of all your energy costs. Therefore, you want your HVAC system to run as efficiently and effectively as possible for as long as possible, naturally. But it can only do so if it is professionally installed and serviced.

For example, an inexperienced HVAC contractor may not know how to appropriately size a new air conditioner for your home, and as a result you could wind up with an underperforming system, or a cooling system that cycles on and off rapidly (short-cycling), resulting in inefficient performance.

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