One of the biggest worries when purchasing an AC unit for your home is how much it will increase your electricity bill. Whether you have a portable AC, packaged air conditioner, or split HVAC system, you want to get through the harsh summer without a spike in your energy bill. Here are indoor AC tips to […]Read more
5 Tips to improve Air Quality in your Home
1. KEEP SURFACES CLEAN A simple way to improve the air quality in your home is to keep surfaces clean. First, make sure to have floor mats on the outside and inside of all entry doors. This will help to prevent large amounts of chemicals and pollutants from entering your home on your shoes. Don’t […]Read more
Get your Air Conditioner ready for Summer now before you need it
Getting ready now will ensure that you have the time you need if your HVAC system needs to be repaired by a professional before the extremely busy summer season and HVAC appointments become a precious commodity that gets scheduled out several weeks after you request one. Follow these simple steps that you can do yourself to get your HVAC equipment […]Read more
Air Quality and Your Health
Each day, we are exposed to a number of pollutants in the air we breathe, including lead, formaldehyde, fragrances, chemicals, dust mites, and other irritants and impurities. These toxins can lead to the development or exacerbation of allergies, asthma, and other lung issues, especially among the elderly and the very young. If you’re concerned about […]Read more
Stayton Heating and Air Conditioning is now Home Comfort Inc.
In 2017 Home Comfort received a call from the owner of Stayton Heating and Air Conditioning. They were calling to ask the owner, Joe Flande if he would once again like to take care of the families in Stayton? More specifically, Joe was asked if Home Comfort would like to purchase and run the well […]Read more
What is the difference between an air conditioner and a heat pump?
We get asked all of the time, what is the difference between an air conditioner and a heat pump? In many ways, the two systems function the same (They even look the same in most cases), but heat pumps can, as the name implies, create heat AND provide cooling. Air conditioners function by removing the heat […]Read more