Comfort Solutions HVAC
Comfort Solutions HVAC is a full service heating and air conditioning company serving Eastern PA and part of NJ.
Holiday Safety Advice from Your HVAC Team in Easton, PA
There’s no time like holiday time! Are you getting ready to decorate your home for the festive season? The holidays are joyous and busy times as people all around gather together, enjoying feasting and festivities. While there is a lot of good cheer and celebration going around, this is also a time that brings risks of fire, injury and property damage. The HVAC specialists at Comfort Solutions explain some decoration dos and don’ts to follow in your home this year, and ongoing.
Decoration Guidelines for Holiday Safety
Keep your Christmas tree away from sources of heat: This includes the stove, fire place, heating vents and candles. Even artificial products with a ‘fire-resistant’ label will burn when exposed to[...]
Energy-Saving Tips from Your HVAC Team in Easton, PA
Are your utility bills too high? Do you feel your home is not warm enough? Incorrect location of the thermostat could be the reason for your rising energy costs and continuing discomfort due to being too cold or too hot. To get accurate temperature readings, it should be located in the right place. The HVAC specialists at Comfort Solutions explain the dos and don’ts of thermostat positioning.
Tips from Your HVAC Team in Easton, PA
Many of us are unaware that the temperature in our bedrooms impacts the quality of our sleep. If you are too hot or cold, the discomfort is likely to wake you up more than once. Experts say this is because your body has its own internal thermostat which is trying to achieve the set point or comfortable temperature for sleep. The suggested range is between 60∞F and 67∞F. The HVAC specialists at Comfort Solutions share valuable tips to help you get a sound sleep every night.
Your HVAC Team in Easton, PA Explains
We all know that the hotter it is outside, the harder the AC works to cool our homes. As a result, you might find that it struggling to bring down temperatures in extreme summer heat. One reason is that the air conditioning cycle requires the temperature outside to be cooler than the hot air it is releasing from the unit. That is why your air conditioner works more efficiently in cooler fall and spring temperatures.
The HVAC specialists at Comfort Solutions explain the science behind this common-sense phenomenon.
Important Information from Your HVAC Team in Easton, PA
As the cool weather arrives in late September or early October, it is probably time to switch off your air conditioner. Shutting it down correctly will help ensure it works properly next summer. Here is some important information to prevent unnecessary damage and costly repairs to your HVAC system.