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Posts in March 2019

  • 5 Ways to Get your HVAC Ready for Summer
    March 29, 2019

    5 Ways to Get your HVAC Ready for Summer Summer will be here before you know it and Savannah brings the heat! Now is the perfect time to get your unit ready for the heat of the summer. The best way to avoid a system failure in the mid-summer heat is to maintain your AC unit using an ac maintenance service. Comfort Air’s Peace of Mind Protection Program is the best way to keep your heating ventilation and air conditioning system running efficiently all year long. For just $14 per month, our certified technicians will provide you with two yearly precision tune-ups and professional cleanings. Your coverage also includes emergencies with 24-hour service without overtime rates. This program gives you peace of mind while keeping your HVAC unit running efficiently 365 days a year! In the meantime, here are some ways you can get ready for summer and keep your air conditioning unit from breaking down. 1. Maintain Your Filters Replacing your filter is one of the easiest ways you can protect your HVAC unit. Keeping your air filter clean helps your unit work smarter instead of harder, which will ultimately extend the life of your system. A clean filter also helps you maintain good indoor air quality trapping things like dust, pollen, and pet hair and dander. We recommend changing your filter every 90 days for a pet-free home and at least every 60 days for a home with pets. 2. Control Landscaping Around Your Unit Doing some spring or summer landscaping benefits more than just the look of your yard. This easy step saves money because your heating and air conditioning unit works best when nothing is restricting the airflow. Make sure your unit is clear of bushes, trees, or plants touching your HVAC unit. We recommend keeping a two-foot area around your system clear from any obstructions. 3. Clean Vents to Prevent Blockage Plants and branches are not the only obstructions your air conditioning system can encounter. Dust and debris collected in your vents and ducts can also cause your system to be overworked. Walk through your home and inspect your vents. You can clean these vents easily using a toothbrush or duster to get in between the grates. Scheduling a duct cleaning service will also help to get an even deeper clean of your system. 4. Upgrade Your Thermostat Updating your thermostat will save on your utility bills. Programmable thermostats use newer technologies that allow you to control the temperature even when you are not home. Running a climate-controlled schedule can prevent your HVAC system from working too hard to cool your home inside as temperatures outside increase. 5. Consider Updating Your Unit If your unit is not cooling properly, it may be time for ac replacement. Air conditioning units typically last about 10-15 years. With today’s technology, the newest HVAC units from Lennox, Bryant, and Tran are extremely energy-efficient and reduce utility bills. For a tune-up, service, or replacement, contact us to set up an appointment. To learn more about our Peace of Mind Protection Program or our HVAC services in Savannah, GA, Effingham County, Bryan County and the surrounding areas, call Comfort Air Heating & Air Conditioning at (912) 712-4800.

  • Don’t Be Fooled by These HVAC Myths
    March 26, 2019

    7 HVAC Myths There are a lot of common misconceptions when it comes to using your HVAC system effectively and saving energy costs.The Comfort Air team wants to provide clarity when it comes to what is true and what is simply a myth. Myth 1: Turning your AC off when you leave the house is a waste of energy. It is a common thought that leaving your air on a higher temperature during the day is more efficient than turning it off completely. In reality, it always saves more energy to shut your system off when you are not using it. Tip! New programmable thermostats save energy by automatically turning your AC off when you leave and on before you return. Myth 2: You only have to change the filter once a year. A dirty filter clogs the system and reduces airflow. Clean or change your filter every few months while the system is operating. If you smoke, have a pet, or have allergies, your filter will likely need to be changed once a month. Myth 3: The bigger the HVAC system, the better! If you get a system that is too large, it will keep cycling on and off, which costs more money to operate and shortens the lifespan of the unit. Choose an HVAC system appropriate for your home and needs. Myth 4: Close the vents in empty rooms to increase energy efficiency. Closing vents can increase air pressure in the ducts, causing leaks at the vent seams. Leave your vents open to allow for proper airflow. Myth 5: My thermostat’s location doesn’t affect heating and cooling. Putting a thermostat too close to vents, radiators, and windows may cause the system to shut down prematurely or keep it running too long. We can recommend the optimal place for your thermostat in your home. Myth 6: I don’t need routine maintenance. Like your car, your HVAC is a complex mechanical system that needs annual tune-ups. Checking it can save you from major problems down the line. We provide AC maintenance service to keep your system running smoothly. Myth 7: An energy-efficient unit will automatically reduce my bill. It’s a good start, but if you’ve got leaky window seals and poor insulation, the HVAC equipment won’t be very effective. Keeping your HVAC unit running efficiently is one of our top priorities. If you have been searching for “HVAC service near me, ” choose Comfort Air and schedule an appointment or tune-up today! Call us at (912) 712-4800.