Collier's Comfort Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Monroeville’

The Difference Between UV and Ionization

Monday, June 13th, 2022

When it comes to air purifiers in Monroeville, IN, there are several different kinds you can invest in. Firstly, those portable units claim to purify an entire room or area of your home, but they rarely make a dent in the air quality that you can physically tell. They might make things smell nicer, but a portable air purifier doesn’t do a good job of actually sterilizing the air, at least for the energy it consumes.

When it comes to whole-house air purifiers, two types of systems tend to do the trick. They’re very different from each other and we want homeowners to be aware of how these systems work and why you might invest in one or the other.

Keep in mind that our team can point you in the right direction. If you have any questions, make sure you call us!

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What Does Your AC’s Compressor Do?

Monday, May 16th, 2022

If you’ve recently encountered a compressor problem, then you’ve likely been searching all over the web for an explanation on this component. While that information might be easy to find, the steps you might need to take to help fix your compressor are a different story entirely. Thankfully, our team can explain to you the importance of this component and what needs to be done if it encounters a problem–all in one blog post!

Regardless of the type of problem, we recommend you call our team for air conditioning repair in Monroeville, IN. We can easily repair your air conditioner at an affordable cost to you. For now, let’s talk about what exactly this component does for your cooling system, and why it can be such a huge hiccup when this component runs into problems.

Let’s discover the importance of your AC’s compressor!

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Does Your Gas Furnace Use Electricity?

Monday, December 27th, 2021

Many homeowners think that their are two exclusive methods to heating a home—gas and electric. While this is mostly right, there’s a little bit of a caveat to this. While electric furnaces and heating systems only use electricity, it’s not true that gas furnaces don’t use a tiny bit of electricity to run effectively. Most modern furnaces are built with electrical ignition systems, and they’re also built with high-tech electrical components that help them run more efficiently. These require electricity, but no more electricity than that of a small device like a smartphone.

Today, we’d like to cover why your gas furnace uses electricity, if this is a negative or positive thing, and what to do when you encounter an electrical problem that requires furnace repair in Monroeville, IN. Thankfully, our technicians can handle any repair for a furnace, so you’re in good hands!

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