Archive for January 2020
Whether you’re having a new home constructed or you need to replace a dying heater, Climate Control is here to help! This can be a difficult decision—what is the best type of HVAC air conditioning/heating option for your home? Should you just stick with the central heating, ductwork and forced air HVAC system you’re used to, or should you get your warm air from a boiler heating system, or other ductless or alternative air heating systems? Whatever HVAC system you choose, natural gas, heat pump, or other, you want to use less energy to get hot air, avoid cold spots and have the most energy efficient home heating system you can possibly get.
Most homeowners in our area are used to furnaces, and for good reason! But these systems require a network of air ducts to carry heated air into various rooms. This is fine, but if you don’t have room for ducts, or if your existing ducts are old and damaged, you might want an alternative.
We suggest you consider a boiler installation! These heating systems operate differently from forced-air heating, and Climate Control can offer installation services and warranty coverage for these great home heating systems. They use a process called radiant heating, which is heating up objects in rooms so they send out heat waves throughout the space. Boiler systems can utilize radiators, baseboard heaters, or in-floor piping to spread warmth throughout a space.
Selecting a new boiler system for your winter comfort can be a hard decision, but there are a number of reasons why it’s a good decision and can keep you out of hot water!
The Comfort Bear, along with Dave Dennis and the rest of our committed team are proud to serve our local communities. There are a number of fantastic charities throughout the Kansas City Metro area, and we love it when we can partner with them and help serve them to keep their organizations running as smoothly as possible!
We are humbled by our customer testimonials such as this one, and we look forward to continuing to service residents and businesses throughout Kansas City, MO and beyond.
Hot water…ah, what a beautiful thing hot water on demand is to have, and we often can take for granted all of the luxuries of modern life – that is until the storage tank in our hot water heater runs out because 2 people are taking a shower after putting on a load of clothes in the washing machine and your hot water supply is zapped from the water usage demands being put on your standard tank water heater.
While being able to turn on your faucet and feel that cold water turn to piping hot, there may be a more energy efficient method, a tankless hot water heater and heating element type to turn that water tap hot without eating so much heat loss, and possibly lower your energy costs and have lower energy bills than that of a traditional water heater.
Let’s find out if an energy efficient tankless water heater is right for you.
There are many opinions and benefits of tankless water heaters and it can be a little difficult to get some clear information about them. Energy Star ratings, flow rates, warranty, installation costs and life expectancy are all questions homeowners have when it comes to a new water heater, especially water heater installations for tankless models, or if you’re converting from a gas water heater to electric models. Some say they love them, while others haven’t had a great experience with them, but moving from a gas burner to something that uses less energy and takes up less space is something worth considering!
So, what does a tankless water heater do and how does it work? Here’s the lowdown!
It seems that a common request we get from our customers is asking for more water pressure, especially at the showerheads. Let’s chat about what’s actually happening and what we can do to fix it.
If you’ve been following the Comfort Bear and our blog here for very long, you might have noticed some changes. The biggest one would be the change to our name! In our efforts to service your entire home and bring ultimate comfort to your living space, you can now not only contact our team for expert HVAC professionals, but reach out any time you need a plumber in Lee’s Summit, MO, too!
We don’t know about you, but that sounds pretty great to the Comfort Bear.
Of course, any plumbing system can only work as well as expected if it’s properly installed and cared for. Part of that care means having your plumbing system inspected and maintained. Why so? Read on!