Home Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning

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Home Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning
Home Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning offers Furnace Repair services in Eugene OR.

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Home Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning has an overall ZapScore of 78. This means that Home Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning has a higher ZapScore than 78% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Eugene, Oregon is 41 and in the Furnace Repair category is 66. Learn more about ZapScore.

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BROKEN WATER LINES With outdoor temperatures having been below freezing in the Willamette Valley for nearly a week; there’s a good chance you or someone you know will discover an unexpected problem as temperatures begin to rise…Broken water lines. If you don’t know where the water shutoff to the home is…find it. There is tremendous amount water that flows in a short period of time from a ruptured pipe. Getting the water turned off quickly will be critical. Know where the main breaker for the electrical power is as well. If water is shorting out an outlet or light fixture you need to get the power turned off. One last note…Just because you do not see water right away does not mean you do not have a leak. Water may leak for several hours or even days from a small rupture before it is detected. With all the faucets, washing machine, dishwasher and any other water using device turned off, listen to the sounds in your home. If you hear water running; you probably have a leak. Share so others may prepare.

Why is my Heating system not keeping up? All heating and air systems are sized according to a designated maximum and minimum outdoor air temperature. These are referred to as Design Temperatures. The systems in this area have Design Temperatures of 22 degrees minimum and 89 degrees maximum outdoor air temperature. Once ambient temperatures reach or surpass these limits the system begins to lose its ability to maintain the design temperatures within the home of 70 degrees heating and 75 degrees cooling. It is rare for outside air temperatures to exceed the design temperatures for any given area, so if you find that your system is struggling; it should return to normal once the weather does.

With overnight temperatures threatening to dip below freezing for the next week or so; I think it would be good for us to remind people to disconnect garden hoses, be alert to slick walk ways and black ice and provide shelter for outdoor pets. For more tips: http://on-msn.com/12Z2rZ

Winterizing your plumbing may not be the first item on your home maintenance checklist, but a burst pipe can cause quite the headache for an unprepared homeowner!
Winter Is On Its Way – Are Your Pipes Ready?Is your home ready for that first winter cold snap? It can be hard to dwell on winter weather in such a mild climate, but taking steps to winterize your home’s plumbing can be a smart idea no matter where you live. Even on the Oregon Coast, winter tempera...

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Is Your Home Ready to Handle All Those Holiday Decorations? Exterior Outlets can Help!The holidays are at our heels, and many of us will be putting up home light displays after Thanksgiving as a way to usher in the winter festivities. Think about your dream holiday lighting display – a home wrapped…


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