Collier's Comfort Blog: Archive for April, 2020

Considering a Heating Replacement? It’s Never Too Early

Monday, April 20th, 2020

old-furnaceWe know what you’re probably thinking. The heating season is just petering out. Why would I already be thinking about a heating replacement? Well, the answer is actually pretty simple. If you were dissatisfied with your heating in Fort Wayne, IN, this winter, and found yourself thinking about a replacement from time to time, that situation won’t be any better next winter! In fact, it will probably be even worse. And doesn’t it make sense to replace when you don’t need the system operational?

Even if you’re on board with this line of thinking, you may still be wondering when the time is right for a home heating system replacement. That’s what we’re going to be focusing on today. There are a lot of different reasons why one may choose to replace his or her heater, and the and answer is never to wait for your system to break down entirely. You don’t want to be scrambling for a new heater out of absolute necessity. This is a scenario in which you definitely want to be prepared.

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It’s Time to Take the iWave Advantage!

Monday, April 6th, 2020

woman-in-N95-maskWith all that is going on in the world right now, it is understandable that homeowners want to keep the air that they breathe in their homes clean. While there is no single system that can guarantee to remove all harmful pollutants from the air in your home, biological or otherwise, there are systems out there that can really help to clean up the air that you breathe throughout your house. Of these systems, the iWave air purification suite of products is right up at the top.

Currently, the COVID-19 virus is not available for testing. That’s important to understand if this is your reason for seeking products like iWave air purification systems. However, you should also understand that the iWave family of products is proven through independent lab testing to significantly reduce many pathogens and viruses similar to coronavirus in the home, both in the air and on surfaces.

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