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2020 Thermostat Guide: Thermostat Replacement Options

You can find a ton of articles by searching Google for “The Best Thermostats”, but rarely will you find information about your thermostat options.  It’s important for you to understand the differences between types of thermostats and evaluate the pros and cons of each before deciding on a replacement. Types of Thermostats There are four…

A Farewell to Freon: What Does It Mean for My AC System?

For decades, the majority of vapor compression cooling systems — those found in practically every car, home and office in America — have worked their cooling magic by compressing a chemical compound known as R22, or Freon. This refrigerant is reliable, effective and cheap — but also, unfortunately, extremely detrimental to the environment. Nearly 50…

A Clean AC is a Cold AC: Cleaning Air Conditioner Coils

There is one quick and easy way to make sure your air conditioning system is operating more efficiently this summer, and it’s often overlooked by both homeowners and people who maintain commercial buildings. Keeping your central HVAC system clean inside and out is essential for proper operation — and if you don’t bother, you’re looking…

How Do I Become a Professional HVAC/R Technician in Kansas?

The HVAC/R business is booming and there’s no end in sight. Those looking for a secure career path that pays well may wish to consider working as a heating, ventilation and air conditioning/refrigeration technician. In 2019, the average HVAC/R tech in Wichita earns more than $54,000 a year, plus benefits that vary by employer. No…

Choosing the Right Size HVAC System for Your House

Whether you are building a new house or just replacing old climate control equipment, one of the most important — but often overlooked — factors in selecting heating and air conditioning components is the size of the system in relation to the size of the house. To ensure optimum operational efficiency with minimum energy usage,…

A Clean AC is a Cold AC

There is one quick and easy way to make sure your air conditioning system is operating more efficiently this summer, and it’s often overlooked by both homeowners and people who maintain commercial buildings. Keeping your central HVAC system clean inside and out is essential for proper operation — and if you don’t bother, you’re looking…

How Do I Become a Professional Plumber in Kansas?

Plumbing is a smart trade for anyone to enter, as demand for plumbing services never slows down, regardless of the economy. At a time when learning a skilled trade is again becoming an attractive alternative to a college degree, with journeyman plumbers earning $30 to $40 an hour plus benefits, many find themselves curious about…

Now Hiring for Experienced HVAC Service Technician in Wichita

Comfort Systems, a division of TWC Services Inc., an industry leader in Residential & Commercial Heating & Air Conditioning is now hiring full time, experienced HVAC Installer to work in the Wichita, Kansas area.If you meet these requirements and would like to join the Comfort Systems team please fill out the Job Application field and…

NOW HIRING – Commercial HVAC Lead Installation Technician

    Comfort Systems is currently accepting applications for a full-time, experienced Commercial HVAC Lead Installation Technician for the Wichita area. The qualified candidate must have a minimum of five years experience. Comfort Systems offers a generous benefits package including cell phone, company vehicle, mini iPad, personal tool replacement and more. See below for more…

Now Hiring for Experienced HVAC Installer in Wichita

Comfort Systems, a division of TWC Services Inc., an industry leader in Residential & Commercial Heating & Air Conditioning is now hiring full time, experienced HVAC Installer to work in the Wichita, Kansas area. If you meet these requirements and would like to join the Comfort Systems team please fill out the Job Application field…