Comfort Solutions HVAC
Comfort Solutions HVAC is a full service heating and air conditioning company serving Eastern PA and part of NJ.
Your Easton, PA HVAC Experts Discuss the Way Forward
Over the last few years, there has been a lot of discussion around the refrigerant, Freon, also known as R22, typically found in air-conditioning systems manufactured before 2010. As the most critical component of the cooling unit, the availability of Freon impacts the lifeline of your system. However, since several studies proved that Freon was harming the environment, an international agreement, called the Montreal Protocol defined a systematic phase-out of Freon production between 2003 and 2020.
Useful Advice from Your HVAC Experts in Easton PA
After weathering snow storms, shoveling for months, and enduring the cold, dreary days, most of us are looking forward to the time when winter winds down and spring takes over. In a few weeks from now, you may switch off your heating, open up the windows, and enjoy the cool, crisp weather, before it is time to switch to air conditioning mode. Why not use this period to give your HVAC system the attention it deserves?
Your Easton, PA HVAC Experts Explain Factors that Impact Air Quality
No matter what the weather outside, your home’s heating and cooling systems keep your living spaces warm and toasty, or crisp and cool, based on your preference and thermostat settings. Essentially, your HVAC system is responsible for creating a comfortable and inviting environment for all the time that you spend indoors. However, did you know that your HVAC system could also be responsible for the deterioration in the indoor air quality (IAQ) of your home?
Your HVAC Team in Easton, PA Explains
The last thing you want in the middle of the chilly winter months is a furnace outage. The inconvenience and health hazards of staying in a home that is not comfortably warm far outweigh the cost of fixing your furnace. However, the rush to get your heating system up and running may not only cause an unexpected financial burden, but also leave you with a new furnace that:
From Your HVAC Team In Easton, PA
One of our most common questions from customers is “Why does it cost $X?” Many customers see their invoice showing the part that was replaced and it’s cost and then try to find out how much the part would cost if it were purchased separately. Once they see the part online for less than what they were charged, they feel like they were ripped off or cheated.