A furnace efficiency is measured by an AFUE rating. Depending on your units AFUE rating will determine how efficient your unit will be.
A thermostat is a heat-activated switch. It allows you to control your heating a cooling units to adjust the temperture to suit your needs.
If you have an older furnace you will have a pilot light, however most new-model furnaces will have a hot surface ignitor.
When a heat pump short cycles, it’s having trouble heating or cooling your home. The unit can’t maintain the set temperature, so it restarts over.
A zone controlled system uses a control panel to open and shut dampers that are distributed throughout your ductwork, thus blocking or releasing air.
Geothermal heat pumps have been in use since the 1940s and heat and cool homes wonderfully. Call Comfort Zone today to learn more!
Once the cooler weather hits here in Ontario, OR, this fall, you are going to want the inside of your home toasty and comfortable. This means turning on your furnace.
When was the last time you had an air conditioning tune up? Call the experts at Comfort Zone Heating & Cooling today, and we can schedule service!
When it comes to your air conditioner (A/C), a common term used in the HVAC business that you’re likely to see everywhere is your air conditioner’s SEER. But what exactly is SEER? SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. It’s a rating system of the air...
One of the benefits of having a geothermal system for your home is the minimal maintenance it requires. What 5 things you should know about geothermal heat pump maintenance?
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