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December 3, 2012

What to Do When You Lose Heat in Your Atlanta Home

Have you ever lost power for an extended period of time in the winter, leaving you without heat in your Atlanta home? Here are a few things you can do to keep warm. Before you do any of them, always check to make sure it’s not just your heater…

November 26, 2012

Atlanta Heating Guide Easy Steps for Big Savings

This winter, we’re all looking to reduce the amount of energy that we use to heat our homes in Atlanta. Energy prices are on the rise with no sign of slowing down. So what are some easy and practical ways to do that?

November 19, 2012

Electric Furnace Repair in Atlanta

If you are in need of repairs for electric furnaces or other heating repairs in Atlanta, Comfort Zone is your first source for furnace repair. We also provide routine maintenance and expert advice to help prevent repair needs.

November 12, 2012

What Condition is Your Insulation In? A North Atlanta Insulation Guide

There’s an old saying that goes “Out of sight, out of mind”. That’s the attitude that many homeowners in North Atlanta have towards the insulation in their home. However, that kind of attitude towards such an important part of your home…

November 5, 2012

Atlanta Heating Question: What Size Heat Pump is Right for My Home?

One of the most important questions to answer when purchasing and installing any new heating or cooling system in Atlanta, no matter what type, is what size is best for your home. You need something that has enough capacity to heat or cool your whole home…

October 29, 2012

Atlanta Heating Guide: How to Fix a Faulty Furnace Blower

The blower fan on your furnace is designed to distribute warm air through the ductwork in your Atlanta home evenly, ensuring you use all of the energy consumed by your furnace. If the blower doesn’t turn on when the furnace turns on…

October 22, 2012

Carbon Monoxide Detectors: A Safety Necessity for Every Atlanta Home

Every home in the Atlanta area should have at least one carbon monoxide detector. Carbon monoxide gas is odorless, tasteless, invisible – and can be dangerous. All carbon-based heating fuels – oil, natural gas, propane, butane…

October 15, 2012

Atlanta Heat Pump Question: What Happens if My Heat Pump Loses Power?

One of the advantages of heat pumps is that they operate on electricity, so you don’t need to worry about having maintaining a supply of fuel to keep yours running. Where a furnace or boiler might call for you to purchase supplies of oil or natural gas…

October 8, 2012

Atlanta Heating Guide: No Heat in the House? Things to Check and Do

In general, when your Atlanta heating system stops working, you’ll need to call a professional to come out and take a look. However, before you do that, there are likely a couple of things you can check on your own to ensure that there really is a problem with the system itself.

October 1, 2012

Atlanta Heat Pump Question: What Is an Air Source Heat Pump?

Most heating systems have as their main component some sort of heat generator, such as a furnace or boiler. These machines generate heat through some form of combustion, which obviously converts energy directly to heat…

September 24, 2012

Basic Heating Safety Tips: A Guide from Atlanta

While you should schedule a yearly maintenance visit with a qualified HVAC technician to check for any safety concerns, you can also reduce potential safety hazards in the heating system of your Atlanta home. Whether you have a furnace or a heat pump…

September 17, 2012

North Atlanta Heat Pump Tip: Specs of EnergyStar Rated Heat Pumps

You are almost certainly familiar with EnergyStar ratings. They are those little stars you see on a lot of common household appliances, consumer electronics and other products. EnergyStar is a government program run by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy…

September 10, 2012

Atlanta Heating Question: What Is Involved in Replacing an Old System?

When your Atlanta HVAC system starts to fail — or if it already has — your options essentially come down to two: replace or repair. There are a lot of factors that go into making such a decision, but in general, if it is a newer system…

August 20, 2012

Atlanta AC Question: What Happens if You Put Your Air Filter in the Wrong Way?

Air filters are important pieces in your Atlanta heating and air conditioning system. They keep unwanted debris and sediment out of your indoor air and they help your system run smoothly for years to come. However, if you’re not careful…

August 13, 2012

Atlanta HVAC Tip: Comfort Options

When it comes to finding the best way to keep your home comfortable all year round, there are quite a few options to consider. Of course, you first want to make sure that you have a good home heating and cooling system in place.

July 23, 2012

Common Problem Areas for Atlanta HVAC Systems

No one wants to have to call a contractor in to inspect their Atlanta HVAC system. Problems in heating or air conditioning can be time consuming to fix. But, the longer you wait, the bigger the problem is likely to get. So, it’s important to act quickly…

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