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Archive for September, 2015

Fall Is Heater Maintenance Season

Monday, September 28th, 2015

Fall brings to mind a lot of seasonal kinds of things: football, apple picking, and comfort food, just to name some. But it is also heater maintenance season, and with chilly nights already here, cooler days are soon to follow. Is your heating system ready to work? The best way to ensure that it is ready is to schedule professional heating maintenance now with your Comfort Flow Heating technician. We are ready to take your call – just pick up the phone!

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Do You Need a New Heater Before This Winter?

Monday, September 21st, 2015

It may seem a far way off still, but it really isn’t: the cold weather. If you ended last heating season with a heating system that barely made it, it’s probably time to start reviewing your choices for a replacement heating system. Today’s homeowner’s have a lot of choices, and beginning the replacement process now with your Comfort Flow Heating HVAC specialist will give you the time to review the different systems available and make a choice that fits the needs of your home and your family very well.

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Why Is There Ice on My Air Conditioner?

Monday, September 14th, 2015

It’s still pretty hot here in Eugene and you likely have your air conditioner working around the clock. It isn’t unusual to start seeing signs of wear and tear around this time of year, but one problem that is not considered normal is the build-up of ice on any part of your AC. Ice build-up is indicative of an imbalance in the heat release/cooling process, typically caused by one of three issues. Scraping the ice off doesn’t fix the problem, although it may appear that way at first because it provides some temporary relief for your system. To truly remedy the issue, it’s necessary to call your Comfort Flow Heating cooling specialist for repair.

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Common Electrical Problems with Your Air Conditioning System

Monday, September 7th, 2015

Your AC is a complex electro-mechanical system. In order to work, it needs a good amount of electricity, and this electricity has to travel from your home’s electrical panel to every component in your system that needs power. As you can imagine, there are quite a number of wires, connections, and switches that deliver the electricity to where it needs to go. With this many small components and wires, it’s not uncommon for your air conditioning system to develop issues that are specific to its electrical system. However, it is very important for your safety that you allow only trained experts to work on your AC, like the pros at Comfort Flow Heating. If you are experiencing an electrical issue with your air conditioning in Eugene, OR, or any other kind of issue, call us for help.

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