Archive for December, 2015

Moisture Missing from Your Indoor Air? It’s Time to Consider a Whole Home Humidifier

Monday, December 28th, 2015

We can get pretty humid during the summer months here in Arden, NC, but during the winter months, it seems as if all that moisture disappears, particularly inside. A lack of moisture inside the home isn’t just uncomfortable, it is also unhealthy and potentially damaging to wood products, including flooring and furniture. What can you do it about it? Call the indoor air quality professionals at Comfort Central, Inc., and see if a whole home humidifier is right for you. (more…)

How Long Will My Heating System Last?

Monday, December 21st, 2015

While we don’t use our heating systems here in Fletcher, NC, as much as other areas of the nation, it is necessary to have a reliable heater that delivers the warm air you need for the winter months. One question we hear often during an installation, replacement or annual maintenance appointment is, “how long can I expect my heater to last?” While there is no exact answer, we can give you average lifespans. However, it is important to note that average lifespans are based on properly maintaining your system and they aren’t set in stone. (more…)

I Hear a Lot about Radiant Heat – What Is It?

Monday, December 14th, 2015

Radiant heat has become very popular, mostly because it is associated with toasty floors in the middle of winter. This isn’t exactly wrong, but it isn’t the full picture of what radiant heat really is or how it can be used in your home. The heating specialists at Comfort Central, Inc., have a lot of years of experience with different radiant heating systems, so we can give you a quick overview of the two types of radiant heating systems available to homeowners. (more…)

What Is a High Velocity System?

Monday, December 7th, 2015

Heat pumps are used in a number of different systems, as well as being stand-alone HVAC systems. One type of system in which heat pumps are utilized is the high velocity system. You don’t need to worry, you won’t blow away with a high velocity system, but you may be “blown away” by some of the options it offers you. (more…)