Comfort Incorporated Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Heating Repair’

What Does It Mean to Have a Professional Heating Replacement?

Monday, February 8th, 2021

technician-working-on-furnaceThe last thing any homeowner in the Yukon area needs during this time of the year is to have a completely broken down heater, or one that is in major disrepair. Unfortunately, if you’ve come across this blog post then there is a good chance that’s exactly the scenario you’ve found yourself in.

You may be in a rush to get a replacement system in. But this is one purchase you absolutely should take your time on, and trust the pros for the job.

There are a number of reasons we say this. First, we want to ensure you choose the best heating system for your specific needs. We can help you find an efficient system that is sized correctly and will serve you well for the years to come. But also, the steps involved in actually installing a new heater are more intricate than you might realize. Read on as we explain.

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Unique Ductless Needs to Be Aware Of

Monday, December 14th, 2020

technician-repairing-ductless-air-handlerAre you considering a new HVAC system for your heating or cooling needs this season? Or maybe even both? You may think you need to buy a separate air conditioner and heater, but that’s not the case! You can do well with a ductless system.

Rather than operating through a network of ducts like a central AC or furnace does, a ductless system uses one small outdoor unit that connects to up to 4 indoor air handlers via conduits. Each of these conduits contains a powerline, refrigerant line, and condensate line. These systems are highly efficient and effective for both heating and cooling.

They save space too, since each air handler can be wall-mounted up and out of the way. Each air handler can also be individually controlled, so everyone in your home can set theirs to their own heating and cooling preferences.

As great as these systems are, it’s important to be aware that if they’re not properly installed, you could run into some unique problems. We have outlined these problems below.

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How to Avoid Furnace Repairs

Monday, 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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Are Your Pets Warm Enough This Winter?

Monday, January 14th, 2019

cute dog under the warm grey blanketChances are, you didn’t expect this to be a title of a blog on an HVAC page. But the fact of the matter is that many of our customers are animal lovers and pet owners, and we want to make sure that when we provide you with heating (and cooling) tips, we’re considering your whole family!

And actually, on that note, it doesn’t matter if we’re talking about winter or summer—you get a lot of use of your HVAC system and other home comfort devices whatever time of the year it is. So naturally, it stands to reason that you’d like to save as much energy (and subsequent money) as possible when using these systems. Which leads us to the struggle that many of us face as homeowners—how do you protect your budget while doing what’s best for your animal?

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Heater Repair Needs to Watch Out for This Winter

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

technician working on the inside of a furnaceThere are not many appliance issues that are more disheartening than that of a broken down furnace in the middle of winter! When you live where we do, it’s essential to have a fully functional and efficient furnace in your home. To achieve, this, you first want to make sure you schedule routine maintenance, once a year.

Next, you want to make sure you keep up on any needs for furnace repair in Oklahoma City, OK that may arise. Two of the most common repair calls we receive are in regards to a heating system that will not start, or one that won’t stop running. Read on to learn more about what’s going on behind the scenes in your furnace to cause either of these issues.

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