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AFUE - A Heating Efficiency Rating You Should Know

Monday, October 07, 2013

Fuel economy is high on most decision-making lists for those who are buying a car. The same should be true for homeowners considering a new furnace, particularly here in northwest Indiana and southwest Michigan, where lake-effect winters can make for long heating seasons. Happily, a ratings system has been implemented which makes appliance efficiency as easy to evaluate as automotive miles-per-gallon figures. It’s called the AFUE.


Our Guide to Buying a New Carrier or Bryant Boiler

Wednesday, October 02, 2013

With another cold Midwestern winter fast approaching, it's high time to prepare your household for the cold weather. If your household is heated with a boiler system, you might consider upgrading this year to a more energy-efficient unit, especially if your current equipment is starting to age and has the tendency to become temperamental. Of course, buying a new boiler can be overwhelming with all the new products and terms on the market. Below is a simple guide to help homeowners know what to look for and why a Carrier or Bryant unit might be the best boiler for your household.


Tune Up Your Furnace Now!

Monday, September 09, 2013

With the coming change of seasons, it's time to start thinking about what the climate will be outdoors and at home this winter. That's why fall is a good time to schedule a furnace tune-up.


The Promise of Home Comfort, Guaranteed

Friday, September 06, 2013

Comfort24-7 strives to provide the best in client satisfaction, and our 100% Comfort Guaranteed pledge encompasses every possible aspect of your expectations as our valued customer.


Why Is my Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

Wednesday, September 04, 2013

With the winter months fast approaching, the time to start using your furnace regularly is right around the corner. An efficient furnace is one of the most important components of your Chicagoland home, ensuring warm air is dispersed throughout the house. However, a furnace blowing cold air is a cause for concern.