Why Does My Cooling Feel Uneven?

June 29th, 2015

You have a whole home air conditioner to stay comfortable throughout the hot summer months; experiencing uneven cooling, aka, hot and cold spots, can leave you anything but comfortable. There can be a few reasons why you are experiencing uneven cooling in your home, but no matter the cause, it’s important to remedy the situation as soon as possible. Uneven cooling can put undue stress on your system as it tries to achieve more even cooling for your home. The AC specialists at Comfort Flow Heating can assist you with all of your air conditioning needs in Eugene, OR – just give us a call! Continue Reading

Is It Time for New Air Conditioner? Don’t Miss These 5 Steps

June 22nd, 2015

Buying a whole home air conditioner is nothing like purchasing a simple window unit. There are a number of considerations that go into the installation of a whole home AC system, many of which need to be reviewed and factored in before you move ahead with purchasing and installing. To help you better navigate this process, the experts at Comfort Flow Heating have put together a quick list of 3 of the more important steps to take prior to installing your new air conditioning system. Continue Reading

Looking to Maximize Your Cooling This Summer? Schedule Duct Cleaning!

June 15th, 2015

The phrase “out of sight, out of mind,” can be applied very well to your home’s ductwork because it is often forgotten about. However, your ductwork is the delivery system for all your cool air, so making sure it is clean is one of the best ways to keep it effective. It’s recommended that you clean your ductwork every 3-5 years, so if it’s been this long or longer since your last cleaning, give the experts at Comfort Flow Heating a call today. Continue Reading

Why Won’t My Ductless Heating Switch to Cooling?

June 8th, 2015

Heat pumps are pretty ingenious systems. They offer both heating and cooling, and switch easily between modes – unless something is wrong. There can be a few reasons why your ductless system may not be switching to cooling mode, and with the summer solstice just around the corner, it’s important to call the experts at Comfort Flow Heating for help so you don’t compromise your comfort. Continue Reading

3 Common Geothermal Repairs

June 1st, 2015

One of the great benefits of a geothermal system is its longevity. However, this doesn’t mean that your geothermal system won’t ever need repair. Repairs for geothermal systems can incite a level of trepidation in homeowners because of the buried ground loop, but trained technicians know how to handle any repair issues that may develop with your geothermal system, including any that develop with the system’s loop. Here are three of the more common problems that can develop with a geothermal heating and cooling system: Continue Reading

Why Is My Air Conditioner Constantly Turning On and Off?

May 25th, 2015

As the homeowner, you know the normal operational habits of your air conditioning system. Therefore, when you hear it constantly turning on and off – a situation known as short-cycling – you know something isn’t right. Air conditioners are made to operate in a full cycle so that they can adequately cool and dehumidify your home. Not only does short-cycling create problems with your indoor comfort, it can create mechanical problems for your air conditioner. If you have noticed that your AC is short-cycling, don’t wait to call for an expert. Contact your Comfort Flow Heating specialist right away and schedule an appointment for AC repair in Eugene, OR. Continue Reading

Is There Something Wrong with My Commercial Air Conditioning?

May 18th, 2015

When it comes to mechanical systems, sometimes you have to act as an interpreter to understand when your system needs attention. Your commercial air commercial air conditioner is especially important as it cools for many people: you, your employees and your customers. You aren’t expected to accurately diagnose your AC system, but being aware of certain signs can go a long way toward getting ahead of developing problems. The commercial AC experts at Comfort Flow Heating have put together a list of common signs that can indicate it’s time to call for professional commercial air conditioning help: Continue Reading

What Is a Packaged Unit?

May 11th, 2015

Commercial property owners have a few choices when it comes to installing air conditioning systems, and one such unit to consider is the packaged unit. Many commercial ACs also work as commercial heating systems, and this is one of the benefits of using a packaged unit. As you can probably imagine, packaged units can be quite large, and many times they reside on the rooftop of your business space. Because of the size and complexity of these systems, it is imperative to hire a company that specializes in the installation and service of this type of system. Comfort Flow Heating is such a company, and we bring over 50 years’ worth of experience to every commercial job we do in Eugene, OR. Wondering what a packaged unit does? Let’s take a look. Continue Reading

What Are My Choices for Electronic Air Cleaners?

May 4th, 2015

It may seem a crazy idea – cleaning your air with electricity. But that’s what happens, in a slightly indirect way, when you use an electronic air cleaner. You won’t see electricity zapping through the air with an electronic air cleaner; in fact, you won’t see much at all, which is a good thing. But when you hire experts, like the ones at Comfort Flow Heating, to install and service your electronic cleaner in Eugene, OR, you can rest assured that your air cleaner is doing its job. Continue Reading

What Happens When Refrigerant Levels Run Low in My AC?

April 27th, 2015

Eugene, OR residents know how hot and humid it can get in the summertime. And with the temperature rising higher every day, now is the time to schedule a repair or maintenance session on your air conditioning unit, to ensure that it’s functioning properly by the time warm weather hits. Most maintenance sessions include recharging the system’s refrigerant to its proper level, which helps your air conditioner run at peak efficiency. But what happens when refrigerant levels run low in your AC? How does that affect your system? Continue Reading