Comfort First Heating and Cooling, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Bolingbrook’

How Healthy Is the Air You Breathe?

Monday, October 12th, 2020

It’s not surprising that many homeowners these days are focusing on germ transmission–or rather how to limit germ transmission–in their homes. With the COVID-19 outbreak, many households search for ways to keep their homes healthier and safer. And while we can’t guarantee there is any one product or service out there that will eliminate germ transmission, there are absolutely steps you can take to reduce that risk, while staying aware of the guidelines provided by the CDC and elsewhere in regards to COVID-19 development.

Read on as we uncover some of the indoor air quality services, tasks, and products that can help keep your home cleaner and family healthier in general. By implementing certain practices, like hand washing and covering our mouths when we cough or sneeze, we can improve our own immunities and limit our risk of virus and germ transmission. Plus following the tips below will help.

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Why Is Scaling a Big Deal for a Water Heater?

Monday, September 28th, 2020

water-heater-tankPerhaps you’ve heard the term “hard water” before. It may sound a little alarming in regards to your water quality, but it’s actually okay–for you that is. It’s another story when it comes to your plumbing system. Hard water is water with a high level of minerals in it. Namely, we mean calcium and magnesium, sometimes even a bit of iron. But like we said, while these are harmless to you, we can’t say the same for your pipes and plumbing appliances.

Scaling–or the deposits that get left behind from hard water–will impact your water heater worse than any other part of your plumbing system. While it’s relatively easy to clean scale out of a faucet, the same can’t be said when it comes to your tank water heater.

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3 Signs That You Need a New HVAC System

Monday, October 14th, 2019

clipboard-with-three-checksSummer is officially over and temperatures are beginning to cool. Hopefully, your air conditioner lasted through the entire season without giving you any problems.

But what if you were constantly calling for repairs? Or it was showing symptoms of old age and operational problems, and costing you more to run than you thought you should be paying? Or, what if your air conditioner worked just fine and it’s actually your heating system you’re worried about?

It could be time for a Bolingbrook, IL HVAC system replacement, and you’ve come to the right place. We’re happy to help you make an educated decision on what HVAC system to put in your home. In the meantime, we’ve shared 3 signs that it is in fact time to replace, rather than repair, your HVAC system.

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Heating Problems this Winter? Call for Repairs

Monday, February 4th, 2019

inside-of-a-gas-furnaceHave you been having heating problems in your home this winter? It might be time to call a professional. We see heating problems that need immediate repair services almost every day here at our company—especially during this time of year. When it comes to any aspect of your HVAC system, it’s always a wise decision to act quickly. You need time on your side for these services.

The last thing you could possibly want is to try to turn on your heater on a cold winter night and hear it struggle to perform. If you need a great HVAC contractor in Bolingbrook then make sure that you contact our team. We educate our technicians and ensure that they’re all EPA certified. We even offer 24-hour around the clock service for those problems that pop up after business hours—trust us with your heating needs.

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Why is My Air Conditioner Frozen Over?

Monday, September 17th, 2018

Frozen-ACBecause someone told it to chill. Get it? Look, if you can’t have fun at work you’re in the wrong field. Anyway, air conditioner ice is not a good sign. If your air conditioner already has a lot of ice on it, you’re going to need to call a professional and have them repair the system for you. While you’re waiting, though, take a look below at why it happens. You may even be able to prevent it from happening in the future, depending on what caused it this time.

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