Is your home always uncomfortable either upstairs and down? You should consider zoning your home!
Continue ReadingChange the batteries in your smoke and CO detectors when you change your clocks for daylight savings. It’s an easy reminder to replace them and is very important for your safety!
Continue ReadingPlanning to remodel your home? Don’t forget about your heating and cooling system. Remodeling is the perfect time to add more comfort to your home—and it starts with your heating and cooling system.
Continue ReadingYour heating and cooling system is one of the most significant investments you’ll make in your home. Be sure to do some research before you buy anything to get the most value for your money.
Continue ReadingYou turn on your furnace, and you smell gas. What should you do? First assess what the smell most likely is, and you may not need to call anyone.
Continue ReadingUpgrade your HVAC equipment to help you save money on your monthly energy bills. Call us today for more information.
Continue ReadingCarbon monoxide is a poisonous, odorless, tasteless gas. It is formed by the incomplete combustion of carbon, or the incomplete burning of natural gas and other things that contain carbon. It can often be mixed with other gasses with odors. Carbon monoxide can result from the burning of any of these, gasoline, kerosene, oil, propane, coal, wood and other things. It is also a byproduct of an internal combustion engine.
Continue ReadingYou turn on your furnace, and you smell gas. What should you do? First assess what the smell most likely is, and you may not need to call anyone. Of course, if you’re still nervous because you just don’t know, turn off your furnace and give one of our highly trained technicians a call to come out to diagnose the smell for you.
Continue ReadingThere’s so much floating in the air our eyes can’t see, and changing your filter as recommended makes all the difference.
Continue ReadingRegularly scheduled maintenance can help you catch symptoms of bigger problems before they become an issue for your business.
Continue ReadingSchedule a clean-check with Comfort Services, Inc. today in order to keep your home in Aberdeen, NC cool all summer long!
Continue ReadingCool your home by opening the windows at night and save on your energy bill. The outdoor breeze will keep your home feeling cool.
Continue ReadingThe best time of year to have your AC serviced is spring, even if you reside in a locale with pretty warm weather all year long.
Continue ReadingIf you hear any unusual noise coming from your HVAC unit, please turn it off and call us at 910-695-2665.
Continue ReadingHave your utility bills suddenly jumped? It could be your heating and cooling system.
Continue ReadingWhy are you heating and cooling your home when you are not there? Being able to control your thermostat when you are away is one of the most cost effective energy improvements you can make in your home. Contact us today to learn more!
Continue ReadingAir quality in your home is important to your family’s health. Having the right humidity levels, changing your filters regularly and installing air-cleaning or filtration systems like UV lights and air scrubbers.
Continue ReadingKeep your windows closed day and night. This will keep your home cool and prevent your AC from using more energy.
Continue ReadingIt’s time to replace your old or broken AC unit in your home and you don’t want anything to go wrong with the new one. Avoid the common mistakes people make when purchasing a new air conditioner and learn how to prevent them.
Continue ReadingTurn on your ceiling fan when you’re home while raising the temperature on your thermostat to save energy costs and keep your home feeling cool. Make sure that your fan is rotating counter clockwise to blow the air straight down and therefore feel cool.
Continue ReadingSchedule a clean-check today to make sure your air conditioner runs smoothly this summer.
Continue ReadingIndoor air quality is on everyone’s mind but how do you know what equipment is right for your home?
Continue ReadingClose your blinds on sun-facing windows during the day to keep the sun from heating up your home and causing your AC to use more energy. Contact Comfort Services, Inc. today for more information at 910-695-2665.
Continue ReadingKeeping clean air circulating your home is very especially important due to more time being spent at home. Contact Comfort Services, Inc. today for more information at 910-695-2665.
Continue ReadingYou turn on your furnace, and you smell gas. What should you do? First assess what the smell most likely is, and you may not need to call anyone. Of course, if you’re still nervous because you just don’t know, turn off your furnace and give one of our highly trained technicians a call at 910-695-2665 to come out to diagnose the smell for you.
Continue ReadingYour furnace may be blowing cold air because the pilot light has gone out. Call us at 910-695-2665 or request service online to have it properly fixed. This is indicative of a bigger problem that requires professional help.
Continue ReadingJust like a regular physical, a regularly scheduled maintenance appointment can help find and diagnose problems that would be otherwise invisible to you because the signs are not easily seen or heard.
Continue ReadingUsing natural light instead of artificial light inside is an easy way to save on your energy bill and keep your home cool.
Continue ReadingIt is no secret that your oven will toast your house up and cooking on a cold day is nice sometimes, but on a hot day it will warm your house up and cause your air conditioner to run in an unnecessary way. Try to utilize the opportunity you might have to cook outside.
Continue ReadingThe central air conditioning system is a simple pleasure of everyday life. Your home should be a place where you can relax. On a hot day, cool air is essential to your relaxation. If you take good care of your air conditioner with annual inspections and monthly filter swaps, it should last 10 to 15 years.
Continue ReadingIf your furnace is blowing cold air instead of hot air, don’t panic! Call the experts at Comfort Services, Inc. today to request an inspection.
Continue ReadingYou turn on your heat pump, and you smell something burning. What should you do? Who should you call first, the fire department or your HVAC technician?