Winter is right around the corner and things are heating up indoors! Can your HVAC system handle the cooler temps outside? One of the most important aspects of a comfortable home during the winter is proper maintenance to keep safe and warm all season long. Air Comfort HVAC offers vital safety precautions to help ensure safety for your family, as well as comfort and lower energy bills. Check out these tips for your heating safety: Always trust an expert. Read on →

With temperatures getting lower, we all want to know we can count on a comfortable home heating system. One very common but frustrating homeowner problem is an extinguished pilot light of a gas furnace. Air Comfort HVAC is here to help walk you through the steps to re-light your furnace pilot light and get back your heat! Check the Instructions Your furnace should have a label on it that tells you how to light it. Read on →

We know you’ve probably heard a hundred times that it’s important to change your air filter, but do you know why? It’s really not a useless task designed by filter companies to sell more product. Changing your air filter regularly is essential to a healthy, properly functioning HVAC system. Here at Air Comfort HVAC, we want to help you understand why changing your air filter matters. You’ll save your HVAC system from a total breakdown. Read on →

Are you ready for the temperatures to cool down? Fall is here and winter is on its way. Whether you see that as a good thing or not, the fact remains that we all need ways to save more money on our utility bills. Air Comfort HVAC has the tips you need to lower those monthly utility bills but still stay comfortable at home. Looking for ways to save energy for your business? Read on →

Winter is coming, and that means fall is the time to get your home ready for a comfortable heating season. Air Comfort HVAC is your healthy air expert here to help you make sense of your home comfort system options. Let’s talk about some of your heating options for fall and winter. Heat Pumps Heat pumps are quickly becoming a popular choice because they can both heat and cool your home. Read on →

As we’ve discussed previously, a poorly maintained HVAC system is an inefficient system. How else do you KNOW you’ve got a problem with a comfort system that works too hard? Air Comfort HVAC can help–just watch out for these signs: The Comfort Level Varies Among Rooms An efficient HVAC system isn’t going to knave you with uncomfortable cold or hot spots. If you’re experiencing significant temperature differences among various rooms, you’ll want to have your system inspected. Read on →

Did you know what Air Comfort HVAC offers four tiers of convenient maintenance agreements? We have Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum maintenance programs to ensure that you’re reading all of the benefits of a properly maintained HVAC system. Routine maintenance of your HVAC system is an absolute must if you wish to prevent small problems from becoming big problems. In fact, regular maintenance is the only way to ensure your comfort system is running at peak performance. Read on →

Summer keeps getting closer! Do you need to think about a new HVAC system? The experts at Air Comfort can offer guidance on how to choose an energy-efficient system for your home. Our best advice is to get to know the rating systems of HVAC equipment. A variety of rating systems have been developed to help buyers better understand what they’re actually getting when they purchase an HVAC system, so they can make better-informed decisions. Read on →

Spring is well on its way–are you ready? At Air Comfort Heating and Cooling, we’ve got the tips you need to enjoy a much happier home by zeroing in on air quality. You might not know that the spring and summer months are the worst times of year when it comes to indoor air quality due to the extra pollen and seasonal allergens. Check out these simple tips: Change the Air Filter Monthly It makes sense–the air filter in your HVAC system traps all sorts of indoor air pollutants, to prevent dirt, dust, and other debris circulating around your home. Read on →

Spring has sprung–is your HVAC system ready? Air Comfort has four vital tasks every homeowner should complete to make sure their AC is ready to go. Outdoor Maintenance Here’s an easy-to-overlook first step. Get outside and trim away the grass, weeds and brush from all around your outside condenser unit. Rinse off the condenser with a garden hose to remove further dust and debris that may have built up over the past few months. Read on →