By far, the most rewarding part of our work in the HVAC field is helping Wichita area homeowners save energy and money, without compromising their home comfort. That’s why we decided to start our new blog, to offer professional trouble-shooting on furnace, air conditioning, plumbing and electrical systems, along with energy-efficiency tips, the latest product information and more.
Ever wonder why your home is cold in some rooms and hot in others? Or why your energy bills seem high? Are you concerned about carbon monoxide and other contaminants in your indoor air? We can help answer these and many other questions. Over the next few months, we’ll talk about a variety of HVAC topics, including:
- Repair or replace – We’ll explain how to decide whether it’s cheaper to replace your old system or repair your existing one.
- Geothermal how-to – Learn geothermal basics and suggested installations for various property layouts.
- Heat pump maintenance – Get tips to keep your heat pump running like new for many years to come.
- Smart thermostats – The latest programmable units have improved their IQ. Find out what smart thermostats can do for you.
- And, of course, many more topics.
We’ve been in business for more than 16 years and have a lot of experience with all aspects of home comfort. In our opinion, the best way for homeowners to stay comfortable, avoid costly repairs and reduce energy bills is to learn to choose and maintain their systems so they obtain the best performance possible, for the longest time.
A well-maintained system can save you up to 30 percent in energy costs each year. Other factors, including proper sizing and installation of equipment, can also save significant money on operating and maintenance of your system. So remember, knowledge is power!
If you’d like to know more about your HVAC system, visit us here each week to find information to help you take care of the equipment that takes care of you every day. You can also check out the Comfort Systems website for more information about our services or to contact us.
Our goal is to help educate our customers about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems). For more information about service and other HVAC topics, download our free Home Comfort Resource guide.