br /> Stormy weather is a part of living in the South. Did you know that there are steps you can take to help protect your HVAC system from storm damage? Air Comfort HVAC is here to give you a few pointers for your comfort and safety. Have routine inspections. To get the best results from your HVAC system you must get an HVAC inspection– ideally every fall and spring. If there’s anything wrong with your comfort system, even a minor storm could make that problem worse. Read on →

Thanksgiving is quickly approaching–can you believe it? This Thanksgiving, all of us at Air Comfort HVAC are so thankful for our wonderful customers throughout Georgia and Tennessee. What are you thankful for? We have a few reasons you might want to be grateful for your HVAC system! Just think, all year long, your HVAC system is working hard to keep you and your family comfortable. This Thanksgiving, here are a few things to think about: Your HVAC system heats and cools your home. Read on →

Fall is in the air and Halloween is coming! While Air Comfort HVAC is busy getting homes and businesses across Tennessee and Georgia comfortable for the cooler months, we want to help give you some ideas to make your holiday more fun. Let’s get inspired to make the most out of Halloween! Feeling crafty? Take the family out trick-or-treating (of course!) Drive around town to find the best seasonal decorations. Visit some of your local haunted hot spots for a ghost tour. Read on →

Is there a spot in your home that is always too hot or too cold? It might be time to think about Carrier Ductless Systems. As we move closer to the heating system, it’s a great time to think about adding a ductless system to your home. Air Comfort HVAC would like to help you understand the benefits. Any Space. Any Need. Any Use. Ductless systems provide comfort anywhere it’s needed. Read on →

Cooler outdoor temps will be here before you know it, and it’s never too early to think about the cold and flu season. Air Comfort HVAC has some great news for you–we can help you enjoy a healthier home all through the fall and winter months! Consider these tips below to help keep illness at bay. Did you know that your indoor air quality impacts your health? Poor indoor air quality means there are too many air pollutants. Read on →

As we transition from summer into fall in Georgia and Tennessee, you might feel a little bit dizzy when it comes to your heating and cooling needs. Air conditioning on during the day and the heat on at night? The frequent switching can make your head spin. With all the changes, you might be tempted to close the registers in rooms that don’t need heating or cooling. Air Comfort HVAC is here to explain why that’s not such a great idea after all. Read on →

We might still be in the dog days of summer, but autumn will start before we know it! That means it’s a great time to look ahead to fall maintenance. Air Comfort HVAC has a few tips to help you get your home ready for those cooler months to come. HVAC systems require proper maintenance at regular intervals. That means you are proactive and take preventative care before the heating system kicks in. Read on →

Baby, it’s hot outside! We know your cooling system is getting a lot of use these days and we get it. Air conditioners are essential for keeping your comfort in Georgia and Tennessee, but it’s important to make yourself aware of cooling season safety. Air Comfort HVAC wants to fill you in on the safety tips you need to know. Here are some facts from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) which may surprise you: Every year, there are thousands of reported home structure fires, hundreds of home fire injuries, and hundreds of millions of dollars in property damage related to air conditioners and fans for summer cooling. Read on →

It’s a common homeowner problem–your AC freezes up and just can’t keep your home cool. Air Comfort HVAC is always here to help, so let’s talk about what’s happening and get your cooling system working again. When Your AC Unit Freezes Up Turn the AC system off so it quits producing frost. You can adjust your thermostat to the heat setting to help speed up your thawing. Watch the water levels in the AC unit as it thaws–for units with a drain pan inside the evaporator coil overflows, you might experience water damage if you’re not draining the water. Read on →

Ah, summertime… is there anything better? We know the heat can be sweltering, and the electricity bills can run high, so Air Comfort HVAC has put together some tips for you to keep the bills down–and keep comfortable too! Aim to set your AC thermostat as high as is comfortable for you and your family. You can use a smart thermostat to adjust the temperature higher when you’re sleeping or away from the house. Read on →