Bad Storm? Be Sure To Check Your House For Damage

While spring may be the season of rain showers, summer’s thunderstorms could certainly give it a run for its money. Unfortunately, while thunderstorms may be soothing to listen to for some, the high winds and hard rain can leave damage on American homes. Read the rest of this entry »

The Benefits of Hiring an HVAC Contractor

Choosing to hook up, install, and repair your HVAC system on your own may seem like a great idea to begin with. After all, the other mechanics of a house can be fixed by DIY methods. However, when it comes to your HVAC system, because of the complexity of modern units, proper training is often necessary as well as experience in order to correctly conduct HVAC repair. Read the rest of this entry »

Which Type of HVAC System Is Best For Your New Apartment?

It can be frustrating moving into a new apartment when there’s no air conditioning or heating system, particularly when you’re in the middle of either of Summer or Winter. If you’ve lived in a house for most of your life, you could be used to an outdoor HVAC unit, which heats and cools the entire house. Read the rest of this entry »

5 Simple Ways To Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

If you are looking to reduce your environmental footprint, changing your home is the best place to start. By making small changes to your home’s features, you can optimize your HVAC systems and other appliances. The most energy efficient homes start with these best practices. Read the rest of this entry »

Beware of Overusing, Underusing, and Neglecting Your AC Units

Homeowners love air conditioning inside their homes. In parts of the U.S., air conditioning is a nice luxury, but in the hot and humid parts of the country, air conditioning is a must. Read the rest of this entry »

3 Things You Should Do the Week After You Buy A New Home

Congratulations! You just closed on your very first home! Although this is one of the most exciting times of your life, if you aren’t careful, it can also be one of the most stressful. If you don’t know what the next few steps are after you closed on your home, you could find yourself in some serious problems. Make sure you get started right away in order to prevent yourself from feeling overwhelmed and overworked. Read the rest of this entry »

Summer Is Finally Approaching! Get Your Home Ready With These 3 Tips

The cold months are over, so it’s finally time to crank down the heat inside your home. Unfortunately, you’re going to have to do so much more than just adjust the HVAC to ensure that you have a comfortable summer. Here are a few important things you should do to prepare for the upcoming warmer months and say goodbye to the cold.

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Heating Repair in Lexington KY: Another Cold Winter

–It’s August and winter is practically upon us.  Christmas will be here before we know it.  With Santa Claus and Turkeyday comes the cold.  Projections from are going to take a little warming up to.  The Long-Range Forecasting Team is predicting another brutally cold and snowy winter for a large part of the country, thanks in large part to La Niña… yet again.  La Niña, a phenomenon that occurs when sea surface temperatures across the equatorial central and eastern Pacific are below normal, is what made last year’s winter so awful for the Midwest and Northeast. Monster blizzards virtually shut down the cities of New York and Chicago. Last winter was one of New York City’s snowiest on record.  Check out more of AccuWeather’s prophecy here, and call Butch today to make sure your furnace is ready for the winter.

Call us today if you are looking for heating repair in Lexington KY.

Geothermal Heating and Cooling: Uncle Sam Goes Geothermal

–Still thinking about going geothermal?  Do not delay any longer.  Call Butch today at Comfort Master Heating and Air to find out how you can save money on heating/cooling with the help of Butch and Uncle Sam.  Can you say tax credits!

Check out Comfort Master for more on geothermal heating and cooling in Lexington KY.

Heating and Air Conditioning Industry on the Climb

–After four years of declining revenue, with the recession hitting the HVAC industry pretty severely, the industry is projected to rise this year.  Heavily influenced by activity in the construction market, this projection seems to make sense, judging from the turn-around in the housing market.  There is obviously a correlation.  Research available here.

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