With all the precipitation in the forecast, now is a good time to go over the effects of rain on your heating and air conditioning system. Luckily, your outdoor HVAC unit is designed to withstand harsh weather conditions such as rain, snow — even minor hail. Unfortunately, if your unit needs service during extreme weather,…

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The 2019 tax season (for tax year 2018) is upon us, which means people are trying to find ways to deduct expenses. Curious if you can write off a new HVAC system on your taxes? Are there any other energy-efficiency improvements that qualify for a federal or state tax credit? The answer is a qualified…

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Picking a furnace for your residence is not difficult. But here are some furnace buying tips and a few features that you might want to consider before buying a furnace or heater for your home. What kind of heating system do you desire? Will it be Gas or Electric? The Gas Furnace The gas heater…

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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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A Team Approach to Customer Service Though you may spend more time with a Comfort Systems service technician, customer service is a team sport. When you call the local office, you can expect the phone to be answered promptly and professionally. Recently, longtime employee Debbie Rohr received a Regional Customer Service Award for her consistently…

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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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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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Whether it’s the prickly heat of summer or the bone-chilling cold of winter, keeping your home at a comfortable temperature is a top priority. In the old days if you wanted to change the temperature on your heating and cooling unit, you had to do it manually. Now, thanks to cloud technology, you have control…

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Comfort Systems is excited to announce the promotion of Chad Heitman to the role of General Manager. Chad has worked in the Wichita office for the last four years as a project manager. Longtime former GM, Dale Poort will tell you the wheels of this transition were put into motion from the first day Chad…

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