Comfort Master Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog : Archive for March, 2020

Spring Is Ideal to Join Our Comfort Club

Monday, March 30th, 2020

hand-drawing-check-boxWe often stress the importance of regular heating and air conditioning maintenance in Raleigh, NC, and for good reasons. There are few better services you can have done for your HVAC system, and therefore for the comfort and health of your family. Maintenance does so much for your AC and heating: it improves performance, lowers the chance of a surprise breakdown, keeps utility bills under control, extends equipment life, and protects the warranty.

We understand you have a lot on your mind right now. But spring is the best time to schedule the first maintenance visit of the year, the one for the AC system. We may end up having a rush toward the beginning of the summer this year when it comes to maintenance services, as well as general air conditioning work, so we advise scheduling it now … and you can do that by joining the Comfort Master Comfort Club.

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How to Tell Your AC Is Off to a Shaky Start This Spring

Monday, March 16th, 2020

tulips-in-springWarm weather is a treat when is starts to settle in during the spring. True, it can bring troubles with allergies, but for the most part, the warmer season is one of the best times of the year.

But if your air conditioning system isn’t living up to expectations, early spring can be significantly less enjoyable.

When you first turn your air conditioning on for the season after it’s winter hibernation, watch for indications it is off to a wobbly beginning and may need air conditioning repair in Clayton, NC.

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March Is Not Too Early for Heat Pump Maintenance

Monday, March 2nd, 2020

air-conditioning-unitIf the seasons worked on a basic calendar schedule, with three months allotted to each, the first day of March would bring with it warmer spring weather that would remain through May. Of course, that’s not how the weather works, and March is an unpredictable time for temperatures.

There is a steady aspect to this month, however: it’s one of the best times to schedule maintenance for your home’s heat pump. It isn’t too early to think about cooling your house down in summer weather, and arranging for a maintenance tune-up and inspection for your heat pump is straightforward during a time when HVAC technicians are not as occupied.

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