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…

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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…

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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…

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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,…

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Did you know that air conditioners account for around 5% of all energy consumed in the U.S.? With all that power being allocated to keep us cool, wouldn’t you want the most energy efficient air conditioner possible in order to help keep your home cool and comfortable this summer? What Are SEER and EER Ratings…

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With the arrival of warm weather, and the rising temperatures that accompany it, chances are you’ll be cranking up your air conditioner for the first time since last year. But what if your air conditioner goes out? Your air conditioner is a complex piece of machinery that works best when receiving regular maintenance. To keep…

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Cooler air and frequent storms in Wichita have lulled us into a false sense of eternal spring. Before we know it, temperatures will be soaring and people will be running to turn on the AC. But a 90-degree day is a bad time to find out your air conditioner won’t turn on or blow cool…

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In Wichita, the weather is unpredictable and high winds often bring smoke, pollen, mold spores, and other pollutants. We can’t control the quality of the air outside, but we can make adjustments to improve the air inside. Poor indoor air quality can wreak havoc on lungs, sinus tissue, and more. How does bad indoor air…

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Spending time outside with friends and family is the best part of summer, especially when your pet decides to tag along. But our furry companions require special care in the hot weather. Before you head out to a picnic, park, swimming pool, or even vacation, check out these 7 quick tips for summer pet safety.…

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Recently the technicians at Comfort Systems were given mini iPads. This was not intended to improve the employee’s Candy Crush scores or selfie pics. The iPads contain one-of-a-kind software that will allow technicians to work more efficiently, reduce time spent on service calls and ultimately provide better customer service. Comfort Systems is currently the only…

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