The lifespan of your water heater depends on several variables. One common cause of water heater malfunction is corrosion. Learn what causes corrosion, and what components you should be inspecting on a regular basis to prevent early deterioration. Corrosion typically occurs in these heater components:  Electrical Elements Combustion Chambers Anodes Vent pipes   Electrical heaters…

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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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You can still lower your home heating bills even when the temperature drops outside. All it takes is a little effort. After all, sometimes a small investment can slash your bills without sacrificing any comfort.

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Big corporations, shopping centers, universities and other commercial buildings around the country are gravitating towards green heating alternatives more than ever before. Homeowners can take advantage of new energy efficient technology as well. Some of your many options include:

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Winters in the Midwest can get downright frigid. When the weather gets cold it’s time to think about heating your  home without warming the whole neighborhood and spending an arm and a leg to do it. Radiant heating provides an excellent alternative to traditional heating methods that use air ducts which can often leave your floors…

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It’s been a hot summer and cooler weather is finally here. While it’s nice to give your air conditioner a break, it’s time to think about keeping warm when cooler temperatures arrive this fall. Check out these heating tips to make sure you stay warm when things get cool.

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Winter is upon us here in Kansas, and we can expect cold weather for the next few months. Unfortunately, though your heating system may be doing its job, it’s possible that you are losing a lot of that indoor heat from your furnace through air leaks or other forms of heat loss. There are a…

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Heat pumps offer a fantastic heating option for much of the South, where mild winters rarely hit freezing. But as you move north through the United States, they lose a little of their appeal. This is because as temperatures dip into the 30s, air-source heat pumps have difficulty drawing enough heat energy from the outside…

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Winter offers a lot of unique dangers, but there may be one right in your home that most people don’t know about. Your heating system’s sidewall vents — which allow air to vent to and from your furnace — can pose a significant danger if they become blocked. Furnace vents that protrude from the roof…

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