October 17th, 2016
It’s not a surprise to anyone that the cooler weather is among us. People are choosing comfier, warmer clothing options rather than shorts and sandals. In fact, if you haven’t already, you will probably be turning your furnaces on quite soon. But wait! Before you do, there are 5 steps that you should take first before starting up your gas furnace to ensure a safe and warm winter season for yourself and your family.
September 15th, 2016
You’re getting ready for the fall season and the cold weather is coming. With Air Conditioners not required anymore we’re looking at closing up our backyard fall. But there’s a myth, that we often hear this time of year, that some people like to cover their air conditioner, like a barbeque, so it can be protected from the rough winter weather.
We don’t advise ever putting a homemade cover over your AC unit for a variety of reasons, but using a manufacturer specific cover is never a bad idea, especially if your AC is located under a roof where icicles or heavy snow may build up and fall on the fan blades. There are some things you can do instead of covering it up in a tarp or home-made cover, that will help you AC last as long as it can and still be ready for spring.
Here’s a list of the Pro’s and Con’s for covering your Air Conditioner
August 25th, 2016
Throughout our time over the past 25 years servicing our community, a lot has changed. The technologies & efficiencies that go into our appliances has become more and more complicated. This is why it’s increasingly important to know what you’re getting from your contractor when they work on your Air Conditioner, Furnace or other appliances. There are many certifications required by contractors to ensure your safety and make sure your home’s insurance will be covered by the work being done.
Some of these certifications are for working on gas lines, some for electricity but ALL of them are for your safety. We’re going to explain the most important ones and why you need your contractor to have these certifications.
July 14th, 2016
In the heat of summer, there’s nothing that disrupts your comfort quite like an air conditioner that isn’t functioning like it used to. But how do you know when to just repair and when to invest in a new one altogether?
While there are a few formulas out there to help you make a decision, there is no steadfast rule that applies to every situation. The condition of your home, the state and age of your AC, and your budget will all play a part in what makes sense for you.
Here are some things you should consider when trying to decide whether your air conditioner needs to be repaired or replaced:
July 6th, 2016
Custom Comfort Climatecare is excited to announce that they have extended their $1500 Heating & Cooling Rebate Offer until July 31, 2016.
By upgrading your furnace and/or air conditioner to an Energy Star rated one, you could SAVE up to 25% on your Energy Costs.
June 30th, 2016
One of the most common questions that we hear from people looking to buy a new air conditioner for their home is, “what size do I need?”. The answer is not a simple one, as it depends on a number of factors. Getting the proper size AC for your home is important as it will determine performance quality, efficiency (your energy bill!), your comfort level, as well as maintenance and repair cost in the future.
The size of AC you choose will be based mostly on the size of your home, but other factors can play a part as well. Generally selecting the right size requires a consultation with a professional.
June 23rd, 2016
The first days of summer are finally here!
You are probably getting excited thinking about spending days at the beach or by the pool, enjoying the hot sun! When you’re at home however, you will want to be comfortable – which means staying cool! For your comfort and safety, keeping your home cool is essential! You need a haven to escape the hottest days.
Unfortunately, having your AC run at full-blast day in and day out throughout the summer can take it’s toll on not only the AC unit itself – but on your wallet when your energy bill comes. Luckily there are several ways you can use your AC in combination with other methods of keeping your home cool and comfortable, while saving money on your bills at the same time! We’ve laid out several tips to get you started!
June 6th, 2016
These days, most household appliances don’t need to be “installed”, they just need to be plugged in. However with central Air Conditioning , most people don’t realize that there is a lot more to it than just plugging it in.
Your Air Conditioning system is a major purchase that involves two key elements; the product itself and the installation.
May 12th, 2016
Are you looking to install a gas appliance? Hook up a gas BBQ? Move a gas line? Install a gas line? For any of these, you will need to hire a licensed gas technician to do the work. Even the most advanced handy man or woman can not measure up to a licensed gas tech for this type of work. Unlike other jobs around your home, there is no room for error when it comes to working with gas. Below you will find some common customer questions and the answers:
May 4th, 2016
For some time now, we here at Custom Comfort Climatecare have been shedding light on a serious topic. One of which we have received many calls about over the past few years. Door to door furnace, air conditioner and hot water tank sales have been an on-going issue. At times the companies carrying out these types of sales use unconventional methods to get people to sign up for their equipment including; bullying/scare tactics, misrepresentation and false claims that homeowners current equipment is not to code, is improperly installed or malfunctioned and needing replacement. The fine print are usually words and terminology that could be taken in more than one way misleading the person who decides to give in and sign up.