Professional heating maintenance is a job that you should arrange to have done each fall. This is one of the best ways to see that the heater that keeps your family comfortable during the winter works in peak condition for the longest time possible.
It’s the start of a new year, which is as good a time as any to start making improvements to your home to help you stay comfortable and save energy. A major recommendation we make to our customers is to upgrade their old thermostats to new programmable models.
We’ve had quite a mild fall and beginning of winter, but make no mistake: winter is here, and it will get cold. If you have a ducted heating system and use a single thermostat to manage your household heating, you probably know that this can be a challenge.
There are certain questions our Comfort Zone Heating & Cooling technicians hear with regularity, and one of them is “how long will my heating system last?” This can be a dicey question, as part of the answer lay with the type of system you have, and the other part of the answer lay with how well your maintain your system.
We are enjoying a last breath of warm air, but rest assured, winter is almost here. The cold months can often be the most expensive months for homeowners in terms of energy usage, especially when it comes to heating.
Winter is the season most associated with insulation, but the truth is that you need good insulation to keep your home comfortable and energy efficient all year long. Now that the cold air is creeping in, and possibly creeping into the nooks and crannies of your home, insulation may be at the forefront of your mind.
If you are in the position of choosing a new heating system for your home, one of your options is an electric furnace. Many homeowners initially balk at the idea of an electric furnace as they garnered a bad reputation not too long ago.
Georgia is certainly known for its humidity during the summer months, but if you have a forced air system that heats your home during the winter months, you may experience the opposite problem: air that is too dry. When your air doesn’t have enough humidity, it isn’t just uncomfortable.
The cooler air is settling in, changing your HVAC needs from cooling to heating. But this doesn’t mean you should just switch to heat mode and forget about your air conditioner’s outdoor unit.
While our days here in Dunwoody, GA are still fairly warm, our nights have been chilly enough to switch on the heat, even for a little bit. If you own a heat pump system, switching from cool to warm should be as easy as pressing a button.
While we never recommend diagnosing or repairing your gas furnace on your own, it is important as a homeowner or property owner to know what some of the more common repairs can be. Anytime you need repair help with your gas furnace, the experts from Comfort Zone Heating & Cooling are here to help.
It’s still pretty warm here in Marietta, GA, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get ahead of the coming cold weather. One of the best ways to make sure your commercial building is ready for chilly temperatures is to schedule a maintenance appointment for your commercial heating system.
One of the great benefits of using a heat pump system is that a single device (the heat pump) provides your home with both the heating and cooling it needs. But this means that your heat pump operates almost year-round, unlike separate heating and cooling systems, which each run about a half year.
There is a shortlist of items that homeowners hate to have to deal with, and one of these items is replacing a major system like your heating system. However, if you know your heating system has had its day, delaying the replacement won’t make the situation better.
It takes a while for us to get really chilly here in Canton, GA, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t started to feel the cool air moving in during the night hours. You may not yet be thinking about your heating, but we are, because fall is the ideal time to schedule heating maintenance.
At this time of year, most people in Johns Creek, GA get a welcome break from the heat and humidity that comprises our summer heat. We are still quite warm during the day, but once the sun sets, the air becomes cool and crisp.
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