Design, architectural and construction projects can be a big undertaking. Taking a design-build approach to your HVAC installation can help
As the temperatures drop, most of us are ready to spend less time outdoors and more time inside where it’s
A new baby means lots of baby-proofing choices to think about: baby gates for the stairs, safety locks on the
Let’s face it – a good night’s sleep is invaluable. And the last thing you want negatively impacting a good
What are some of the top signs your AC is broken or may need a repair of some kind? Here
If you find yourself asking this question, the answer is a big YES, you do need regular maintenance by a certified
Maintaining your heating and cooling system will help you combat unwanted costs and avoidable system failures. Of course calling for
Homeowners expect rust and other corrosion to strike boilers, since they circulate water, and heat pumps, since they use condensation as part of their heat exchange. Although neither system should rust (they have built-in precautions), it doesn’t surprise people that it sometimes happens. But what about a gas furnace? Furnaces do not use water, so it seems impossible that they could rust. But they can and they do.
Your air conditioning system recirculates air from your home and pulls in air from outside to cool your home. All of this air can be carrying dust and dirt particles that can damage your air conditioner over time. We wanted to share some of the most common problems that his can cause so that our customers are aware of what’s going on with their system.
One of the services we stress at Greater Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.® is regular maintenance. We can’t emphasize enough how important it is that you have an HVAC expert inspect and tune-up your air conditioner at least once annually. Any complex machine that works hard for a good part of the year needs maintenance to keep it in good shape. An air conditioner is no exception. Scheduling yearly maintenance is one of the smartest steps you can take for to help ensure uninterrupted comfort in your home. Just telling you that maintenance is important isn’t enough: we’ll explain the three big reasons it matters.