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December 6, 2016

Holiday Special!
We are offering $200 off mid efficiency furnace

or
$500 off high efficiency 95% furnace. 

Good through the month of December 2016

Give us a call to set up an appointment at a time convenient for you!
1-888-998-4328

June 29, 2016

COMMON REASONS:

Thermostat is Set Incorrectly

Check if your thermostat is set to: system - “cool”. Remember that your fan settings and system settings are different and have separate functions. Your fan is responsible for circulating air while the system determines wheth...

June 27, 2016

Two common reasons:

1) Freon levels are low or leaking! 
Freon is what collects the heat within your home and moves it outside. When Freon levels are low or leaking, the coils get too cold and then freeze as the humid air moves through the system.

2) Not enough air flow!
...

December 27, 2013

Hopefully, you are now more aware of Carbon Monoxide and the effects it can have on you and your family.  Being CO aware is very important.  We have already went over what CO is and how it can be prevented.  Now on our final post, we will go over how it can be detected...

November 29, 2013

If you haven't read part 1, I really encourage you to do so in order to understand what Carbon Monoxide is and what the symptoms are.  

The second part of this informative piece is in regards to how to prevent production dangerous levels of carbon monoxide by pro...

October 25, 2013

Most homeowners don't realize the affect of carbon monoxide.  It is so important to have CO detectors in several locations throughout your home to keep you and your family safe.  I will be posting 3 blogs in regards to this important topic.  Please be sure to read all...

April 30, 2012

Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

Northwest Comfort Systems Receives 2012 Best of Auburn Award

U.S. Commerce Association’s Award Plaque Honors the Achievement
NEW YORK, NY, April 23, 2012 -- For the third consecutive year, Northwest Comfort Systems has been selected f...

February 23, 2012

Did you know?

During long power outages (more than 24 hours), if you have a heat pump, you need to switch your thermostat to emergency heat and leave it there for 12 hours after the electricity comes back on. This delay prevents compressor damage by allowing time for th...

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