Collier's Comfort Blog: Posts Tagged ‘HVAC’

Ready for a New Heater? Weigh Your Options Carefully!

Monday, November 4th, 2019

cold-manIf you need a new heater, and you only realize that right as temperatures are really starting to plummet, then you may feel some pressure to get a new system in place as quickly as possible. We understand that completely. You obviously don’t want to suffer through a period of discomfort for any reason, let alone due to the fact that you pushed the old heater situation a bit farther than you should have.

However, we’re here to tell you that a heater replacement is definitely not an HVAC service in Fort Wayne, IN, that you want to rush. None of them are, really. If you think that this may be the year for a new heater, remember that you don’t have to replace your existing heater with the exact same type. There is a lot to consider, and the pros on our team are here to ensure that you wind up with a heater best suited to your needs, your home, and your personal user preference.

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Simple Tips for Boosting HVAC Efficiency

Monday, September 23rd, 2019

It is only once you are stuck in an uncomfortable room that you realize how important your HVAC systems are. When it is chilly or very warm outside, it is good to know you have a fully functional system keeping the environment in your house comfortable.

Your HVAC unit plays a vital role in making your home a space that you love. What if there was a way to tell it, “Thank you?”

The best way to show your appreciation to your heating and cooling system is to take care of it. There are a few simple practices that you can incorporate into your regular home maintenance that will also improve the efficiency of your HVAC.

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What Does it Mean to Size an HVAC System?

Monday, May 6th, 2019

technicianWhen you hear HVAC technicians refer to “sizing” an air conditioner or heater, they’re not talking about how the unit will fit inside of your home. While that’s certainly part of their expertise and something they should take great care in doing, what this terminology actually refers to is the unit’s output.

It’s going to take a very particular amount of power to sufficiently warm or cool your home. Too much power is bad, and so is too little. We’ll explain the specifics down below, as well as what your options are if your system turns out to be the wrong size.

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