Blogs by Comfort Systems

Welcome to blogs by Comfort Systems. Find relevant information on plumbing, heating and cooling for residences and commercial buildings. Search topics of interest for advice on keeping your utilities running smoothly. Stay tuned for seasonal best practices and find Comfort Systems on social media for special offers.

Browse, search and leave questions

Compiled here are answers to some of the most commonly asked questions in our office. Leave your thoughts in the comments and let’s have a conversation. Comfort Systems appreciates your interest in the services we provide and hopes to offer helpful information within each blog post. If you’re looking for something you can’t find or need more information, please reach out right away.

What is a Ductless Heating System?

It is possible to have the same level of comfort in an area of your home or business without ductwork using a ductless heating system which is high-efficiency heating and cooling systems all in one. These HVAC systems are designed to be utilized in a specific place, so they are often installed as a single…

What are the Top 5 Energy Zapping Habits in the Winter?

It isn’t exactly breaking news that energy costs can rise when the temperature drops.   However, you might be surprised at some of the things that can make a difference – a difference in terms of how much money you spend – when it comes to heating your home during the chilly winter months. Here…

Should You Buy a Wi-Fi Enabled Thermostat?

In this new generation of gadgets, WiFi-enabled thermostats are among the most popular and extensively utilized technologies. As technology improves, it is projected that even more people will use them. A normal home thermostat functions in a similar way to these energy-saving gadgets, with the exception that they are connected to Wi-Fi and may be…

Winterizing Your HVAC System

Proper HVAC maintenance, according to the Department of Energy, can have a significant influence on your fuel and power costs. It’s possible to cut your energy usage up to 25 percent with a little TLC for your system. It also extends the life of the unit greatly. HVAC units are expensive so if you take good…

Space Heater Safety Tips

As the weather gets colder, many people look for ways to stay warm inside. So far some there are spaces in their homes that do not get as warm as the rest of the house. There are some homes where an entire section is toasty warm, but the other section feels like a freezer. Perhaps…

FAQs About Geothermal Heating

Comfort Systems has found over the years that people have a lot of questions about geothermal heating and has created a list of FAQs of the most commonly asked questions. Let’s start by explaining what geothermal heating is and the two different types. There is high-grade and low-grade. High-Grade Geothermal Heating The heat of the…

What is the Optimal Temperature to Set Your Heat to in the Winter?

One of the biggest challenges during the winter season is trying to avoid an expensive energy bill. However, there are actionable steps you can take to reduce costs while keeping your family comfortable. One excellent way is to ensure your thermostat is set to an optimal temperature. Our experts at Comfort Systems have provided this…

Does the Placement of Your Thermostat Matter?

The thermostat in your home plays a critical role in cooling and heating your home. A thermostat determines the temperature in your house and indicates when the air conditioning or heat should make adjustments. When your thermostat is located in a place where the reading may be impacted, the temperature in your home may suffer.…

Backup Power Generator Safety Tips

A backup generator can become a lifesaver when you need an emergency source of power. It allows you to keep your household items running for safety and comfort. However, they need to be operated safely because they pose a hazard to you and your family if you don’t. Our team from Comfort Systems has provided…

What are 3 ways that you can tell if your heater is energy efficient?

You need a good heater to ward away the cold days of the year. But this necessary appliance can use up vast amounts of energy, particularly in the winter. A furnace that saves energy will go easier on your pocket. But how can you tell if what you have is energy efficient? Comfort Systems of…