Comfort Flow Heating Blog

3 Noises a Boiler Should Never Make

February 26th, 2024

If you have a boiler, you probably know that it is a fairly low-maintenance appliance to have in your home. But that doesn’t mean problems don’t pop up from time to time. Most of the time, boiler problems are easy to identify because they produce unusual noises.

We are highlighting three unusual boiler noises that you should never hear and the cause of each one. You can keep reading to learn more about why strange boiler noises are dangerous so you know when to call for radiant heat service.

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Remember to Change the Air Filter!

February 12th, 2024

One of the easiest and yet also most important things you can do for your home’s HVAC system is to change out the air filter on time each month. You may be thinking that leaving it in place for a few extra days or even a week or two longer may not make a huge difference, but it really can.

A dirty air filter can have such a negative impact that it leaves you calling for Salem heating repair. You can keep reading to learn more about the importance of an HVAC air filter, why you need to change it out regularly, and what happens when you don’t. 

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Why Is My Heat Pump Freezing Up?

January 15th, 2024

When your heat pump freezes up and stops working the way it should, you probably feel a mix of frustration and alarm. You don’t know what’s wrong with your heat pump, and all you see is dollar signs for a potential repair. The good news is, most of the time when your heat pump freezes up it’s an easy fix.

And no matter what the problem is, our team can get down to the root cause and fix it so that your heat pump works the way it should again. Just give our team a call to schedule heat pump repair in Eugene. You can also keep reading to learn more about why your heat pump may be freezing up and what can be done about it.

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3 Tips for Better Heating for the New Year

January 1st, 2024

If you’re like a lot of other people, you are making New Year’s resolutions for 2024. One of these resolutions could be for improving how you heat your home in 2024. This may seem like an unusual resolution, but focusing on efficient heating is a great way to save money and extend the life of your heater. You’ll enjoy the benefits of this resolution for years to come.

Whenever you need gas or electric furnace repair, you can give our team a call to schedule service. We can help with all of your heating needs, from maintenance to repairs and even installing a new unit when the time comes. In the meantime, you can keep reading for our top three tips on how to elevate the way that you heat your home in the new year.

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Comfort Flow’s Guide to Water Heater Efficiency

December 18th, 2023

Did you know that water heaters have a standardized efficiency rating? This helps you to choose the best water heater for your home and family based on your energy efficiency needs. After all, you can choose between tank and tankless, gas and electric, as well as different brands and even sizes.

The handy FAQ below should help you make the best decision for your next water heater. And if you ever run into problems, you can give our team a call for water heater repair in Eugene. Keep reading to learn more about water heater efficiency ratings, what they mean and how to choose the best water heater for your family.

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5 Maintenance Tips for Ductless Systems

December 4th, 2023

You know about monthly maintenance for a more traditional whole house air conditioner, but what about a ductless system? Ductless heaters need the same type of maintenance. However, since you have individual units in each room of your home, you may end up completing a little more maintenance than you would otherwise.

This includes scheduling professional maintenance for your ductless heating in Salem. In fact, you should schedule professional service twice each year since your ductless system is both an air conditioner and heater, operating all year round without a break. You can keep reading to learn more about homeowner maintenance steps that you can complete to take excellent care of your ductless heater.

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Everything to Know About Radiant Heat

November 20th, 2023

When it’s time to install a new heater in your home, you have a wide variety of options to choose from. One of those options is radiant heat. If you’ve never heard of this type of heater, you may be wondering, what is radiant heat?

It’s actually one of the best ways to provide heat from your home, although the installation process can be quite a lot if you don’t have an existing radiant heat system. You can keep reading to learn more about how radiant heat works, and the benefits of having this type of heater installed in your home.

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Heat Pumps: Reversing Valve Problems

November 6th, 2023

Heat pump problems can be a headache, especially when it is getting colder outside and your heat pump won’t switch modes. Whether you have a more traditional central system or a mini split not working in heat mode, our team can help.

Just give us a call to schedule service. Whether you know what is wrong or not, our team can troubleshoot and help you figure it out. You can keep reading to learn more about some common concerns with heat pump reversing valves. 

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Our Gas Stove FAQ

October 23rd, 2023

Our team does not just provide service for your gas lines. We also provide service for all of the gas appliances in your home, including when your gas oven won’t stay lit. No matter what your gas service problem, our team is here to help.

You can keep reading to learn more about the most frequently asked questions we get regarding gas stoves. Then you can give our team a call to schedule service if you have a gas stove or other gas appliances that aren’t operating quite the way they should.

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3 Unique Heat Pump Problems

October 9th, 2023

The best way to stay ahead of the problems that can occur with your heat pump is to know what to watch for. Heat pumps face a unique set of issues that are different from other HVAC systems. When you know what potential problems are and the signs of each one, you can stay ahead of a heat pump breakdown by calling us to schedule service once you notice that something is wrong.

When you stay ahead of heat pump problems with Eugene heat pump repair, you do more than just prevent a breakdown. You’re also investing in the longevity of your system as well as the energy efficiency both now and over its entire lifespan. You can keep reading to learn more about three problems that are unique to heat pumps and how you can identify them.

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