Comfort Master Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Heating System Maintenance’

Changing the Furnace Filter: The Basics on How to Do It

Monday, December 24th, 2018

man-hold-furnace-filterOne piece of advice we stress when it comes to heating efficiency and effectiveness is regularly change the furnace air filter. (In most HVAC systems, the AC uses the same filter, so this advice applies throughout the year.) A clean furnace filter is necessary to ensure a furnace doesn’t waste energy, has proper airflow, and won’t collect dust and dirt inside the cabinet that may damage it.

You may not know how to change the filter, but it’s not difficult. Here’s a brief guide to the best practices when it comes to keeping a clean filter.

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Don’t Delay: There’s Still Time for Heating Maintenance

Monday, November 28th, 2016

We’re closing in on the official first day of winter, and you can already feel the coolness in the air. The true cold hasn’t arrived yet, but it can be expected at any time. So… have you arranged for a professional inspection and tune-up for your household heating system yet? If you haven’t, don’t worry that it might be too late—it isn’t! But you want to contact our offices right away to sign up for our Comfort Club maintenance program and get on the schedule.

Below is our guide to how maintenance helps the different types of heating systems.

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Defending Your Family from Carbon Monoxide Dangers

Monday, November 14th, 2016

Any home that uses natural gas as an energy source—whether for an oven, stove, dryer, furnace, or boiler—needs to take some precautions regarding carbon monoxide poisoning. It’s especially a concern during the winter season, when gas-powered furnaces (the most common type of heating system in North America) will put in extensive use. We’d like to address the dangers of carbon monoxide and how you can defend against it to keep your family safe this winter.

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Danger! Cracked Heat Exchanger in a Furnace!

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

One of our priorities as professional HVAC technicians is keeping our customers safe in their homes. We want you to enjoy comfort during the winter without worries that the gas furnace you have installed might become hazardous.

Gas furnaces are built today with safety uppermost in mind; we don’t want you to think that a natural gas furnace is automatically dangerous. If you make sure to always schedule annual maintenance in the fall to inspect and tune-up your gas furnace, you can enjoy many winters of comfort without concern.

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