Comfort Zone Heating & Cooling Blog

Common Problems That Can Develop with Your AC’s Condensate Array

July 27th, 2015

Air conditioners cool your home by doing two things at once: removing both heat and humidity. When the moisture is removed from your home, it goes from a gaseous state to a liquid state: water.

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4 Ways a Programmable Thermostat Can Help with Your Cooling

July 20th, 2015

Does your current thermostat match your home’s cooling or HVAC system? In others words, do you have a fairly updated system, but are still using a dial or slide thermostat to manage your heating and cooling?

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It’s the Middle of Summer – Has Your AC Been Maintained Yet?

July 13th, 2015

We are at the hottest point of the year, and you probably have your air conditioning system working around the clock, or close to it. Have you noticed that nothing is really wrong, but that your system seems a little off?

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The 20 Degree Spread: What It Means for You

July 6th, 2015

We are in the thick of summer here in Canton, GA, and it’s time to pay attention to how you are setting your thermostat so you don’t overextend your air conditioning system and your energy usage. Many homeowners struggle with what their indoor temperatures should be, so the experts at Comfort Zone HVAC want to share a good tip: use the 20 degree spread.

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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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