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Archive for December, 2015

Does Rust on My Furnace Just Mean It’s Getting Old?

Monday, December 28th, 2015

Rust and age go hand-in-hand, but when it comes to your furnace, rust is an indicator that it’s time to call for help. Your furnace should not develop rust, even if it has some age to it. Why not? Your furnace doesn’t work with water in any capacity, like a boiler does. As such, rust indicates there is a moisture problem somewhere around your furnace, and this problem should be resolved as soon as possible. Once rust and corrosion take hold, it is just about impossible to stop it.

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Make Sure to Remove Snow and Ice from Your Heat Pump Cover

Monday, December 21st, 2015

We don’t get a ton of snow here in Eugene, OR, but we do get plenty of wet winter weather which results in a good amount of ice. Clearing ice certainly isn’t enjoyable, but when it comes to the outdoor cabinet of your heat pump system, it is a necessity. This is due to the way a heat pump works during the winter months. Your heat pump doesn’t have a lot of moving parts, so repairs are often minimal, but reducing the system’s access to the air it needs as well as the available heat will create systemic problems.

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Do You Need to Replace Your Commercial Heater?

Monday, December 14th, 2015

In the middle of the holiday season, the last thing you want to think about is replacing your commercial heating system. However, the alternative may be having no heat at all, and this kind of situation could potentially shut your business down. Not sure if your commercial heating system needs repair or replacement? Let us help you with the following information:

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Common Geothermal Repairs

Monday, December 7th, 2015

Many homeowners in our area enjoy the benefits a geothermal system has to offer. While this type of system has less moving parts than a system like a furnace or air conditioner, it can still need repairs. Some may be concerned about the repairs that a geothermal system may incur because of the ground loop. The good news is that a) the ground loop rarely needs repair and; b) the HVAC pros from Comfort Flow Heating can help you with any repair need you may have with your geothermal system in Eugene.

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