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Archive for October, 2015

Is Your Commercial HVAC System Ready for Winter?

Monday, October 26th, 2015

We aren’t quite at fully cold weather yet, but it is coming, and the last thing you want to deal with is experiencing heating problems in your commercial building. One of the best ways to make sure you don’t is to hire the commercial HVAC professionals from Comfort Flow Heating to perform bi-annual maintenance on your commercial heating and cooling system.

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Fall Duct Cleaning = Winter Energy Savings

Monday, October 19th, 2015

Your home’s ductwork serves as the delivery system for your home’s heating. If it is impaired in any way, the delivery of your air will also be impaired. One way your ductwork system may be causing a struggle with air delivery is when it is chock-full of dust and dirt. It can be easy to forget about your home’s ductwork, and if your air ducts go for years without being professionally cleaned, the accumulating dust and dirt can form a layer that can restrict air flow, among other things. The best solution to a situation like this is to hire professionals to clean your air ducts, and we have those professionals right here at Comfort Flow Heating.

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Why It Is Good to Use an Upgraded Air Filter All Year Long

Monday, October 12th, 2015

With the cool weather and even some frost, most people who suffer from seasonal outdoor allergies are out of the proverbial woods. If you upgraded your home’s air filter during the warm months to help alleviate the symptoms of allergy sufferers, you shouldn’t replace your upgraded air filter with a lower quality one. Why not? Let’s first take a look at what makes an air filter more effective.

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What Is AFUE?

Monday, October 5th, 2015

You’ve likely seen the miles per gallon (mpg) on a car, and possibly an ENERGY STAR rating on an appliance. Heating systems also have ratings that give you important information, and when it comes to heating systems that generate heat from either combustion fuel or electricity, this rating is AFUE. If you are in need of a replacement heating system this winter, or want to upgrade to a more energy efficient heating system, you are going to want to take a close look at the AFUE rating.

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