If your heating and air conditioning system has just about reached the end of its useful life, let us come out and give you a free, no-obligation quote on upgrading to a new, high-efficiency one.
We personally guarantee your satisfaction from the moment you contact us, to the moment you first enjoy the comfort that a new heating and air conditioning system will bring to your home.
Below is our "Installation Check-list" which will help give you an idea of what you can expect when having a new heating and air conditioning system installed by Comfort Pro’s Heating and Air Conditioning, Company: Comfort Pro’s Heating and Air Conditioning, Company will perform all final checks on your existing heating and air conditioning system and share all findings with you. Should a new unit be needed, Comfort Pro’s will provide all options in order to find the most appropriate system for your home and budget.
Comfort Pro’s will answer any questions regarding financing your new equipment should you be interested. Comfort Pro’s will schedule an installation date that works with your schedule.
Once installed, Comfort Pro’s will walk you through how to use your new equipment and answer any questions you may have. Comfort Pro’s will provide a 1 year warranty on work performed, not including equipment as those warranties are offered by manufacturers.
Comfort Pro’s Heating and Air Conditioning, Company also does new installation into homes that are currently without central air conditioning, as well as homes under new construction. We are proud to offer air conditioning units from:
Indoor air quality is a concern!
We can see unhealthy outdoor air by pollutants from smokestacks, vehicle exhaust and smog. But did you know the air inside your home can be even more hazardous to your health? In fact, indoor air can be up to 100 times more polluted than the air we breathe outdoors. Studies show that most people spend as much as 90% of their time indoors. It just makes sense to install a GeneralAire® Residential Air Cleaner today!
have allergy-sufferers in your home
have a smoker in the house
No home is immune from indoor air quality problems. Pollutants like mold, bacteria, dust, pollen and pet dander find their way into your home’s air everyday. In the last several years, doctors and public health officials have found that poor air quality in the home is a growing problem, with significant health risks--potentially causing or aggravating everything from headaches and allergy flare-ups to asthma attacks.
On average there are 1 million contaminant particles per cubic foot of space in a home
80% of all the contaminant particulates are .1 Microns or lower (1 Micron = 1/25,000 of an inch)
Viruses are 0.1 to 0.3 Micron
Respirable Dust is 0.3 to 3 Microns
Tobacco Smoke is 0.1 to 5 Microns
Bacteria is 0.3 to 5 Microns
Mold is 3 to 5 Microns
Pollen and Visual Dust is 10 to 100 Microns
For size comparison, an average human hair is 70 Microns thick, a penny is 19,000 microns, and a small shirt button is 12,800 Microns. We offer filters that can effectively remove 90% + of these contaminants down to a size of 0.01 microns. Most filters remove less than 50%.
Did you know the air inside your home could be up to 100 times more polluted than the air outside? It's true. The air we breathe in our homes is loaded with pollutants like pollen, lung-damaging dust, pet hair, dander, dust mites, mold spores, bacteria and viruses. No wonder the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency lists indoor air quality as one of the top five environmental risks to public health today. And if you think your standard 1" throwaway furnace filter is doing the job, you couldn't be more wrong - typical 1" filters only trap about 5-15% of airborne particulates.
With homes being built and remodeled to be more insulated and air-tight than ever, they are becoming virtually draft-free. And while these changes are making homes more energy efficient, they are also creating a number of filtration problems. Particulates and pollutants become trapped and eventually build up inside your home, settling on countertops, floors and other surfaces. And with a standard throwaway furnace filter, only a small percentage of airborne pollutants are captured, with the majority of pollutants and particles being carried and re-circulated throughout your house via your air ducts and vents.
Industry leading air purification and filtration systems from General Aire can help your family breath easier by capturing even the smallest air borne contaminants, including allergy aggravating particles like pollen, mold and pet dander, in every room of your home.