Comfort Zone Heating & Cooling Blog

Sealed Furnaces vs. Atmosphere Furnaces

February 8th, 2016

Furnaces have been around since the beginning of home heating, and they remain one of the best ways to provide comfort through even the coldest winters. This is because the technology of furnaces continues to advance, and newer models have greater energy efficiency ratings (AFUE) than ever before. If you’re in the market for a new gas furnace installation for your home, you have some excellent options for units that will save you money while providing the warmth your family needs for the season.

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What Sets Daikin Apart: The Comfort Promise and 12-Year Warranty Plan

February 1st, 2016

As a professional HVAC company, we are focused on providing the finest service for our customers. That means not only offering highly skilled and experienced technicians on every job, but also installing the best comfort products possible. That is why we are proud to be an official Daikin Dealer—the only one in this service area—and certified Daikin Comfort Professionals.

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How to Keep Your Heat Pump Efficient Through the Winter

January 25th, 2016

Heat pumps have come a long way since the earliest models, which often struggled at heating a home efficiently when temperatures dipped below freezing. Today, if you rely on professionals to size and install a heat pump for your house, you should be able to enjoy energy-efficient heating throughout the winter—and great cooling during the summer.

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The Heater Isn’t Working: What Can You Do before Calling for Help?

January 18th, 2016

A broken heater during a cold winter day is one of the major emergencies a homeowner might encounter during the season. If your heater suddenly stops providing your household with warmth on a chilly day, you’ll probably feel pulled toward two different instincts. One is to immediately call for professional heating repair. The other is to try to tinker with the heater and maybe see if you can get it working again on your own.

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Is It Too Late to Schedule Heating Maintenance?

January 11th, 2016

Professional heating maintenance is a job that you should arrange to have done each fall. This is one of the best ways to see that the heater that keeps your family comfortable during the winter works in peak condition for the longest time possible. Regular maintenance inspections and tune-ups will catch repair issues before they become serious, keep the system clean so that it works at maximum energy efficiency, and reduce the chances of the system abruptly shutting down during the winter.

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Why You Should Install and Use Programmable Thermostats

January 4th, 2016

It’s the start of a new year, which is as good a time as any to start making improvements to your home to help you stay comfortable and save energy. A major recommendation we make to our customers is to upgrade their old thermostats to new programmable models. If you’re still using a manual thermostat with sliders and dials, or an older digital thermostat that only offers you the option of raising or lowering the temperature, then it’s time for a change! Call us to schedule installation of one of the many different models of programmable thermostats.

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Get into the Zone with Zone Control for Your Heating

December 28th, 2015

We’ve had quite a mild fall and beginning of winter, but make no mistake: winter is here, and it will get cold. If you have a ducted heating system and use a single thermostat to manage your household heating, you probably know that this can be a challenge. How? It’s hard to make everyone happy with one thermostat, and you also may have special architecture, like wall-to-ceiling windows, that make it hard to evenly heat certain areas. But the HVAC pros from Comfort Zone Heating & Cooling have the perfect solution for you: a zone control system.

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The Burning Question: How Long Will Your Heater Last?

December 21st, 2015

There are certain questions our Comfort Zone Heating & Cooling technicians hear with regularity, and one of them is “how long will my heating system last?” This can be a dicey question, as part of the answer lay with the type of system you have, and the other part of the answer lay with how well your maintain your system. Each type of heating system has an average lifespan, which we’ll give an overview of below, but making your system last is highly dependent on you.

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Heating Tips to Help Save Energy This Winter

December 14th, 2015

We are enjoying a last breath of warm air, but rest assured, winter is almost here. The cold months can often be the most expensive months for homeowners in terms of energy usage, especially when it comes to heating. Many times, it may seem that you have to take some big steps to be able to save energy, but the truth is that doing a number of small things can really add up. Here are our suggestions for having a more energy efficient winter this year in Dunwoody, GA:

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Brrr, It’s Getting Cold! Do You Have Enough Insulation?

December 7th, 2015

Winter is the season most associated with insulation, but the truth is that you need good insulation to keep your home comfortable and energy efficient all year long. Now that the cold air is creeping in, and possibly creeping into the nooks and crannies of your home, insulation may be at the forefront of your mind. There’s no need to worry if you need more insulation in your Roswell home, because the heating and cooling experts from Comfort Zone Heating & Cooling are here to help you!

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