Comfort Zone Heating & Cooling Blog

3 Things to Check Before Calling for Help with Your AC

June 29th, 2015

It can raise the panic alarm when you find that your air conditioner isn’t working, but sometimes there can be a simple reason for that. This doesn’t mean you should try and repair your air conditioner yourself. What you can do is check a few things to rule them out before calling for what could be an unnecessary repair appointment.

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How Your Heat Pump Cools: The Reversing Valve

June 22nd, 2015

A lot of people wonder what the difference between a heat pump and an air conditioner are, especially when they hear that a heat pump in AC mode is pretty much just like a regular AC. This statement isn’t exactly accurate, and here’s the reason why: the reversing valve.

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3 Common Repair Issues with Your Air Conditioner

June 15th, 2015

While we would love to help you install an air conditioner that will never break down, this type of machine unfortunately doesn’t exist. So we do the next best thing: offer excellent air conditioning repair services. A number of things can go wrong with your air conditioner, but there are some repairs that are quite common.

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3 Ways to Keep Your Air Conditioner in Good Shape This Summer

June 8th, 2015

If you have a whole home air conditioning system, you know what an oasis it can make your home. You also know that it does a tremendous amount of work during hot, humid summers.

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Summer Cooling Tips to Help Reduce Energy Usage

June 1st, 2015

We are unofficially in summer here in Canton, GA, and you can see that in our temperatures. You’ve probably been using your air conditioner for a few weeks now, so our experts would like to offer you some tips to make the most of your cooling this summer.

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Why Is Sizing Important for AC Installation?

May 25th, 2015

As you probably know, whole house air conditioning systems are not one-size-fits-all. What you may not know is that to correctly determine what size AC you need depends on several factors and not just the square footage of your home.

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What Are My Options with a Ductless System?

May 19th, 2015

Once popular mostly in commercial spaces like restaurants, ductless systems have become a go-to type of whole home system for many homeowners. Ductless systems can be great for older homes that that can’t easily accommodate ductwork, and they can also be great for additions and home expansions. But when it comes to ductless systems, you have two choices: going with a heat pump or using your ductless system just for air conditioning.

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How a Whole Home Dehumidifier Helps You and Your AC

May 18th, 2015

The whole point of installing a whole home air conditioning system is to feel cool and dry in your indoor living spaces. If you are feeling excess moisture in the air, your AC may need some help, and one of the best tools available is a whole home dehumidifier. Room dehumidifiers can help a little bit with dehumidifying a certain space, but to truly relieve your home of excess moisture, it’s best to install a whole house option.

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Why Does My AC Air Filter Have to Be Changed?

May 12th, 2015

When it comes to handling your home’s air conditioning system, maintenance, repair, replacement and installation should always be left to an expert. But there is one thing that you, as the homeowner, should do, and that’s change your air filter every three months. If you need help finding your air filter, or with changing it, our experts are happy to help you.

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When Should I Call for Air Conditioning Repair?

May 11th, 2015

It’s pretty clear that if your whole home air conditioner isn’t working at all that it’s time to call an expert for help, but what about those unsure times when your AC is still running but something is off? The thing to remember that just because your air conditioner may be running doesn’t mean it’s running well or as it should.

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