How to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Your Household

October 10, 2021

The total worldwide mortality rate of carbon-related poisoning is estimated at 4.6 deaths per million, according to an epidemiology article in the National Library of Medicine. While cumulative cases are relatively low, you only stand to benefit from knowing what carbon monoxide poisoning is and how to prevent it as a homeowner. Read on further as we discuss what carbon dioxide poisoning is and subsequent measures to prevent it. Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Carbon dioxide is a gas generated by the body through the process of cellular metabolism. In small traces, gaseous carbon monoxide

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4 Reasons to Change Filters Regularly

September 20, 2021

The winters get cold in Reading, PA, and you need your system to work optimally to keep you warm during the cold winter months. At Comfort Pro, Inc., we have many tips about keeping your home’s heating and air conditioning systems in excellent condition. One of the most important things you can do to keep the home air handling system in good working condition is to replace the filters in your home on a scheduled basis. Here are four reasons to change your air filter: 1. System Failure One of the biggest reasons to

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Benefits of Lennox Air Purification Systems

July 19, 2021

Keeping small particles out of your home is essential for you and your family’s health. Dust, allergens, and other particulates can make your home uncomfortable, unpleasant, and unhealthy. Having quality air filtration installed as part of your air conditioning or heating system can help reduce the number of particles in the air and improve your quality of life. Comfort Pro Heating & Air Conditioning recommends installing Lennox air purification systems to help improve your home’s air quality. The Benefits of Lennox Air Purification Whether it’s summer or winter, you can benefit from Lennox air purification.

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How To Prepare Air Conditioner for the Summer

June 21, 2021

Summer is fast approaching, as now is the perfect time to begin looking at ways to get your air conditioner ready for the changing of the seasons. Staying proactive by following a few steps will maximize the efficiency of your air conditioning system while also helping you to avoid potential problems in the future. Here are a few tips to remember to get your air conditioner well-prepared for summer. 1. Remove Debris Debris can often pile up near your AC system during the winter months. The accumulation of leaves and dirt cause

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Why is There a Smell Coming From My AC ?

May 13, 2021

If your air conditioner is producing an unpleasant odor, don’t dismiss the problem. There’s something wrong with it, and ignoring it could be costly or harmful to your health. If your home smells when your air conditioner comes on, identifying the scent can help diagnose what the problem is. Broken Motor or Circuit Panel Short If your home smells like something is burning when your AC system is running, it probably is. A motor could be broken or a circuit panel might have shorted out. You should turn off the power to your AC system at

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The Snow’s Effect on Your HVAC System

March 28, 2020

For most of our customers, we have been successful in reiterating the extreme importance of interior HVAC care, specifically the changing of the air filters, switching to programmable thermostats, and getting the system inspected annually by a professional. Another thing we stress though is to never rest on your laurels when it comes to your heater and air-conditioner, specifically when it comes to the outside care of the HVAC unit. Specifically, snow and ice from the winter can have lasting effects well into the spring and summer. Normal Ice Build-Up on Heat Pumps The

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WatchDog Plus Plan

March 28, 2020

These Terms and Conditions will be applicable to Comfort Pro, Inc. (CPI) WatchDog Plus is a Parts & Labor Agreement that may be added to your WatchDog Maintenance Agreement Only. What is Covered? Simply speaking…all working parts that are in the internal component of the heating and air conditioning piece of equipment are covered. Conditions and Limitations This agreement sets forth the entire agreement between Comfort Pro, Inc. and the Equipment Owner and cannot be changed without written approval from Comfort Pro, Inc. and promises made by any person not contained in this document are

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What is HVAC?

March 28, 2020

Every home and place of business can’t function without proper heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC). HVAC is important in keeping a building at a consistent temperature to allow optimum comfort, and in a place of business, it can help ensure productivity. No matter where an HVAC is installed, it is absolutely necessary. Every HVAC system must consist of certain inner-workings. There is the main system located outside that pulls in the air for the system to cool or heat accordingly. After, the air passes through the coils which will either heat or cool the air before being distributed throughout

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Why Does My AC Keep Running? Tips for Fixing a Constantly Running AC Unit

March 28, 2020

A properly sized AC unit keeps your home comfortable during those long, hot summer days. The key to efficient AC performance: Regular maintenance. A spring tune-up will do wonders for your AC unit this summer. Yet, even with regular service, AC units can still have performance issues. One of the most common summertime AC problems: The AC unit runs constantly. Not only does an over-running AC create cooling issues in the home, but it can also increase your electricity costs and put undue stress on the AC unit. An efficient, well-functioning AC unit will

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Is Replacing or Repairing Your Furnace a Better Option?

March 20, 2020

Anyone living in a region known for cold weather needs a reliable furnace in the home. A faltering furnace causes more than a lack of comfort. Pipes may burst when furnaces fail, and temperatures drop below freezing. What do you do with that old furnace, though? Replacing and repairing are two options. Making the right choice is critical. Age of the Furnace A furnace won’t last beyond a specific “expiration date.” Most furnaces last about 15 or 20 years before they start showing problems and lose their efficiency. Replacing a furnace at this point becomes necessary.

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