February 22nd, 2021
Local weather lately has been challenging to say the least. It is uncomfortably cold outside, which makes it all the more important to have an indoor environment that is kept warm and comfortable. This is not the time for your heater to fail. But, as we all know, the biggest inconveniences rarely happen on schedule.
Now is the worst possible time to have a heater failure. But it is also the most likely time for your system to malfunction. All the extra strain of regular use or even increased use takes its toll and creates a repair need. It just happens sometimes. The key to remember is that if and when it does occur, you should reach out for heater repairs in Oklahoma City sooner than later.
February 8th, 2021
You rely on your home’s plumbing to do a lot of things. From delivering water to whisking away muck when you wash your hands, your pipes are there to help you get things done. This is, by far, a much better way to do things over the old “bucket with water” technique the settlers had.
With that said, what are you planning to do if one of your sinks, or even your toilet, decides to imitate a bucket instead of draining properly? Clogged drains may not seem like a huge issue but they can quickly become one. Thankfully, it is an issue we can offer a helping hand with.
January 25th, 2021
When we refer to an HVAC system we are referring to more than one system. “HVAC” refers to your “heating, ventilation, and air conditioning” systems. Most people focus on the “heating” and “air conditioning” parts of this and forget about the “ventilation” part of things. The reality is that your ventilation is also highly important to your comfort.
With that in mind, we have a question for you: how are your ducts holding up? If you aren’t sure, that’s okay. If you are worried that they are falling apart, we can help. Our team offers duct services to Oklahoma City, OK to help keep your ventilation in working shape.
January 11th, 2021
We know it might seem a little late to discuss resolutions for the New Year, but in our opinion, it is never too late to make a choice that improves your home comfort. You shouldn’t have a season of the year when things are just inherently uncomfortable in your house. With these tips and our services, you can ensure that your home is perfectly comfortable all year long.
Have a faulty HVAC system? Not sure why something is off with the air in your home? We can help with all of it. Contact Air Comfort Solutions to schedule an appointment for service in your home in Oklahoma City ASAP.
December 28th, 2020
The holidays take a toll on us all, and your plumbing system is no exception. Whether you had family over this year or not, this is a time when your pipes, drains, and other parts of your home’s plumbing tend to see a lot of extra use. This is when your plumbing is also the most susceptible to developing problems that you may need extra help to deal with.
That’s where we come in! We provide expert services for plumbing in Oklahoma City, OK. Our trained professionals can offer services that address a variety of issues from leaks to clogged drains and more. We’ve provided a brief list of ways we can check on and optimize your plumbing system this season to counteract any extra wear and tear it may have collected.
December 14th, 2020
When you invest in a big home appliance like a heater, the last thing you want to happen is for it to degrade more quickly than it should. You are careful to use best practices with your heating system though, such as moderate temperature settings and regular filter changes, to ensure it isn’t worn down too fast. However, there is one potential threat to this and other parts of your home that you may not have considered: a power surge.
“Oh but I have a surge protector, so I’m okay!” If you are thinking this because you have a power strip, you’d actually be wrong. Power strips only offer a small amount of protection from power surges and can actually present a fire hazard if the surge is bad enough. The best way to protect yourself and your home’s systems is to install a whole-home surge protector.
November 30th, 2020
We’ve made it through Thanksgiving unscathed (hopefully). This doesn’t mean it is time to kick back just yet. Maybe you are ahead of the curve and you’ve already decorated for the December holidays. This is a great way to make sure that you don’t have to stress about your tinsel and tree at the last minute, but it doesn’t take into account the well-being of your entire home.
We want to make sure that your home is fully prepared for cold weather when it hits. With the tips that we’ve listed below, you can make sure to check off a few more items from your to-do list that may have gotten lost in the shuffle of decorating. These tips will help your peace of mind and your home comfort.
November 16th, 2020
The temperatures around here are starting to get chillier. It makes for an ideal setting for family gatherings and holiday celebrations. But this doesn’t mean we want our homes to be cold and uncomfortable, especially if we have guests coming over.
One of the best ways to make sure that your heater is ready for the colder months to come is to schedule a yearly tune-up for it. Annual maintenance is going to ensure your heating system operates more effectively and efficiently than it would otherwise. If you haven’t already, make sure to reach out to us for your maintenance services or to learn more about how to benefit from our maintenance plan.
November 2nd, 2020
At times it can feel like we are going through weather whiplash as temperatures drop close to freezing one week and then spike back up into the high 60s the next. While our climate is still making up its mind, however, we want to make sure that your home (and especially your heater) are ready for whatever the weather throws at you.
With the tips below and the professional services we offer at Air Comfort Solutions, you can rest easy knowing your home will stay cozy this winter season. Reach out to us ASAP if your heater needs a helping hand.
September 4th, 2020
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