Posts Tagged ‘Brevard’

Why Are Gas Furnaces So Popular?

Monday, December 10th, 2018

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Many homeowners in North Carolina have switched to natural gas furnaces to heat their homes during the chilly months. Have you ever wondered why that is? Well, we are here to tell you that there are many advantages to installing a gas furnace in your home. So, if you are looking for a gas furnace in Brevard, NC, Comfort Central, Inc. is here to help you! If you have found yourself curious about the many benefits of owning a gas furnace, keep reading! (more…)

Signs That It’s Time to Replace Your Air Conditioner

Monday, June 11th, 2018

Air-Conditioner-TechSummer is usually the time of year when people crank their air conditioners to the fullest, having already had them tuned-up by a professional the previous season. For some, though, no amount of maintenance will be enough to keep the system in good shape. For those times, we recommend replacing your air conditioner with an entirely new system. If you’re not certain whether or not you need a new air conditioner installed in your home this season, have a look at the symptoms below that might help you decide. (more…)

Why is My Furnace Making Weird Noises?

Monday, November 27th, 2017

gas-burnersWinter is just about the worst possible time to have your heating system develop problems. It’s also the time when heating issues are most likely to occur, thanks to the added stress they’re put under. If you can detect problems with your furnace early enough, you can have them repaired before they manage to develop too far.

However, you need to be especially vigilant if you want to catch them early enough. One of the first signs most homeowners notice that something is wrong with their furnace is the presence of strange noises while the system is operating. Read on for more information about common problem noises, and what causes them. Or if you’d like an estimate, fill out this quick form and we can get back to you ASAP! (more…)

Watch for These Common Heating Issues

Monday, November 13th, 2017

heat-pump-repairWe’re in full-on heating season now, and that means that it’s time to be extra-vigilant for any warning signs that your heater is having issues. You’re probably using your heating system on a daily basis to keep your home warm. That means more strain on the system, which means a greater chance for parts of the system to break down. The faster you can identify problems with your heater, the faster you can have them repaired and the more damage you can prevent. Have a look at some of the most common heating problems you’re likely to deal with this winter, and how to identify them. (more…)

Options to Consider for New Heating Systems

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

burner-assemblyWe’re getting closer to heating season, which means that now is the time to prepare your home for the cooler weather. If you aren’t sure whether or not your current heating system is up to the task of keeping your home warm through the winter, now is probably a good time to install a new one. There are many different kinds of heating systems available on the market, each of which is designed to suit a different set of individual situations. Read on to find out more about some of the most common options available for those that need a new heater. (more…)

What Air Conditioning Tonnage Means

Monday, July 10th, 2017

technicians-evaluate-air-conditioning-systemWe hope that your air conditioning system is working at peak performance, seeing how we’re already deep into summer and dealing with warm to hot temperatures regularly. But sometimes, no matter how well you care for an AC, it can abruptly break down in the middle of the year and make it necessary to replace it.

When you have to arrange for an air conditioning replacement, it’s vital to have professionals do the work. There are many reasons for this. One of them is that it takes special skills to find out the correct tonnage of the new cooling system. (more…)

Why We Think a Heat Pump Is Great for a Spring Installation

Monday, May 1st, 2017

cooling-and-heating-house-symbolsWe often talk about how advantageous the spring time is for upgrading and replacing your home’s existing HVAC equipment. Like fall, spring is a transitional time of the year when weather patterns are milder, providing excellent conditions for taking out old equipment and putting in new, higher efficiency ones.

If you have an AC system you think is too old to handle another summer here in Western North Carolina (and if it’s older than 15 years, then it’s too old), having our professionals put in a new air conditioner in Spring will get you ready in time for the hottest weather of the year. It’s also easier to work the job into our schedule—and yours—during this time.

However, you may consider having a heat pump installed rather than an air conditioner. Here are some reasons we recommend giving a heat pump installation serious consideration for the spring. (more…)

Arrange for a Mild-Weather Tune-Up for Your Heating System

Monday, February 20th, 2017

furnace-technician-maintenance-checkThe weather is starting to turn away from the winter and look toward the spring here in western North Carolina. We’re enjoying temperature in the 60s and sometimes even the low 70s. During this stretch of mild weather, it’s easy to forget about the needs of your heating system. But if you haven’t arranged for a tune-up for your home’s heater in Brevard, NC during the last year, you still need to have it done!

Right now we’re running a special to tune-up your heat pump, gas or LP furnace or boiler. The tune-up includes a free combustion and carbon monoxide analysis. There’s also a repair-free guarantee: if you need a single repair this summer, we’ll refund every single penny of the tune-up! This offer expires April 15, so call us today for details. (more…)

Why Geothermal Heating Is Great for Winter

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

Heat pumps are a common way for homes to receive warmth—but they do come with a caution. Because a heat pump must siphon heat from the air outdoors to provide the heat for the indoors, the deep cold temperature will sometimes cut into the energy efficiency of the heat pump.

However, geothermal heat pumps (also known as ground-source heat pumps) do not run into this trouble during the winter. They are one of the most reliable types of heating systems regardless of the frigid temperature outdoors, and offer a level of savings that surpasses standard heat pumps as well as furnaces, both gas and electric. (more…)

Maintenance Advisory for Heat Pumps

Monday, November 28th, 2016

It’s getting closer and closer to winter—Thanksgiving just ended and you probably can’t ignore the mass of holiday decorations everywhere. If you haven’t yet arranged to have your home heating system professionally inspected and tuned-up, right now is the last stretch of time to get it done before the serious cold arrives.

And yes, your heating system must have maintenance annually! It’s one of the biggest misunderstandings people have about HVAC systems, that they don’t need regular maintenance. (more…)