Comfort Master Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘heating maintenance’

Schedule Heating Maintenance before Winter Weather Strikes

Monday, November 13th, 2017

winter-landscape-pictureThe weather has cooled down for the fall, but the true chill of winter still hasn’t arrived. This means you have time left to arrange for regular maintenance for your residential heating system. This is a job that requires HVAC professionals: you can’t simply run through a checklist and do it yourself. (You can, and should, change the HVAC filter on a regular basis, but this is the only major maintenance job that can be don DIY.)

Don’t delay calling to schedule your maintenance inspection and tune-up, because you want your heating system ready to go when the big drop in temperatures arrive—probably in the next month.

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Heating Maintenance: Yes, You Need It Every Fall

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

furnace-repair-technicianThere’s no denying fall has arrived. When the calendar turns to October and the store displays switch over to a Halloween theme, you know that it’s autumn—even if the weather hasn’t cooled down significantly yet.

But winter will arrive quicker than we can imagine (think of how fast the summer went past), so now is the time to turn your attention to having your heating system inspected and tuned-up, whether it’s a furnace, heat pump, or ductless heating system.

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Why Spring AC Maintenance Is Essential

Monday, March 20th, 2017

air-conditioning-maintenanceSpring is officially here! The spring weather isn’t quite here yet, but the temperatures are warming up, and soon we’ll all be enjoying pleasant warmth during the march toward the summer.

Or at least, we should enjoy pleasant warmth. But a broken or malfunctioning air conditioning system in a home can lead to unpleasant days and rising electrical bills. You can’t stop all air conditioning problems from happening, but you can prevent most of them thanks to a tune-up and inspection for your AC during the spring.

To arrange for air conditioning maintenance in Rolesville, NC, you only have to talk to one of our HVAC specialists. Our Comfort Club is an easy way to have your HVAC maintenance taken care of for the whole year: it includes both air conditioning and heating maintenance, as well as extra benefits.

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Why You Must Regularly Change the Furnace Filter

Monday, October 31st, 2016

A household furnace puts in steady service through the winter. As it runs, its blower fan pulls in air from the rooms via a return air vent. Plenty of dust, furniture and carpet lint, dander, and other debris can enter the furnace along with this air, but the furnace has a defense against it: an air filter located along the cabinet at the point where the return duct connects with it. (In some homes, the filter is located behind the grill of the return vent in the house.)

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What Can Go Wrong with a Heater That Misses Fall Maintenance

Monday, September 26th, 2016

This is the time of year when we place a big emphasis on regular maintenance for residential heating systems. It’s the reason we have our Comfort Club: our customers only need to sign up, and they’ll have their concerns for heating maintenance taken care of year after year. (And they’ll have air conditioning maintenance as well!)

Previously, we’ve written about the benefits that you receive from scheduling a fall maintenance visit for your heating system. We’re going to turn to the other side in this post and look at what can go wrong with a heater if it begins to miss these important inspections and tune-ups:

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What Happens During Heating Maintenance?

Monday, September 19th, 2016

Last week we talked about arranging for heating maintenance during the fall to get prepared for the winter. This will help your heater work in the best condition and save you money through energy efficiency and a reduced need for repairs. Best of all, it protects you against a sudden heating system breakdown on the coldest day of the year.

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Schedule Heating Maintenance in September for an Early Start

Monday, September 12th, 2016

The change in seasons between summer and fall is often a gradual one. Right now we’re still experiencing some high temperatures during the day, even though we’re only about a week away from the official start of fall (September 22). But even with the warm weather still hanging around, September is a time when you should begin making preparations for the winter weather.

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