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Heating & Cooling Nightmares, and How to Avoid Them

Choosing a Heating & Cooling Professional

  • What Makes a Comfort Qualified™ Company Different

    Choosing a New Heating and Cooling System

  • Know Your Whole Comfort System
  • The Three Most Common Problems With Your Comfort Systems
  • Has Your Home Had Its Regular Checkup?
  • Is Your Home's Air Under Attack?
  • Make Your Home More Energy Efficient!

    Home Comfort & Safety Inspection

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    Has Your Home Had Its Regular Checkup?
    You purchased a brand new car. It took you years to save for it. You drive it everywhere, and every three months or 3,000 miles you make sure to have your oil changed, tires rotated, and your engine expected. Why don’t you treat your home’s comfort system the same way?

    Your air conditioner and furnace are major investments as well. The better you take care of them, the longer they will last. You should have your furnace inspected in fall before the cold weather takes hold, and you should have your air conditioner inspected in the spring to prepare for the hot of the summer. That way it will operate a full efficiency, and it will keep your energy usage in check, which will keep those utility bills lower. Also, during an inspection, a technician can quickly identify and repair any minor problems before becoming a major, costly problem.

    Comfort Qualified™ Companies offer Comfort Qualified™ Tune Ups to ensure your home comfort system is operating effectively and efficiently. One of their highly qualified technicians will visit your residence and do a complete diagnostic of your system. They’ll analyze every vital component, clean and restore it, and prepare your system for the harsh upcoming winter or summer weather.

    As part of the Comfort Qualified™ Tune Up, you’ll also receive a Comfort Qualified™ Comfort & Safety Inspection. Both furnaces and air conditioners can develop wear and tear, even after only a year of use. Sometimes that usage can create comfort or safety concerns for homeowners. Ductwork may be disconnected, a blower motor may fail, or worse you may have a carbon monoxide leak, which could put your family at risk for poisoning! Following the Comfort Qualified™ Comfort & Safety Inspection, you’ll finally have peace of mind knowing that your home comfort system is operating safely and you’re free from any unexpected dangers.

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