Why Does Your AC Blow Hot Air? It Could Be a Number of the Following Reasons…

It is the first hot day of the year, you turn on the AC and guess what, there is hot air when cool air should be blowing freely! Sometimes the reason this happens is very simple. Maybe you forgot to switch your thermostat from heat to cool. If that is not the reason here are… [Read More]

What Temperature Should My Thermostat Be Set For In The Winter?

How do you determine the best heating temperature for your home? It is still coat and scarf weather outside but indoors we are enjoying the heat of summer.  Do you sometimes wonder if your heating temperature is set too high in the winter? Or maybe even too low?  We would like to share some data… [Read More]

How Air Duct Cleaning Improves Your Family’s Health and the Efficiency of Your Air Conditioner and Furnace…

So you’ve seen the commercials and heard the ads, but does it really make sense to have the air ducts in your home cleaned? Is it really worth the expense? Some HVAC companies may provide air duct cleaning as a maintenance service with the promise of improved system efficiency and cleaner air. Does air duct… [Read More]

How to Figure Out What Size Heating or Cooling System You Need…

The size of your cooling system matters. If your cooling system is too large or too small it will adversely affect your comfort and budget. Make sure you HVAC company is suggesting equipment that is adequate for your home by giving you a room-by-room load calculation and designing a duct system that will maximum the efficiency… [Read More]

Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and Death By Having Your HVAC Equipment Adjusted and Maintained

If a person is subjected to high levels of Carbon Monoxide, they could die in just minutes.  Carbon Monoxide is odorless, tasteless and invisible and that’s why it’s called the silent killer.  Colorado State University did a report and found that over 500 people die a year because of Carbon Monoxide poisoning.  About 1/3 of  Carbon… [Read More]

Planning a Winter Vacation? Follow These Tips to Keep Your House and HVAC Equipment Safe!

According to AAA, around one in three Americans will take a winter trip or vacation. Winter weather-related disasters, home break-ins, and other bad occurrences are prevalent during the winter. Keep your house and HVAC system safe and sound while you are enjoying the time away from home. Is Your Heating System Working Properly? Check the… [Read More]

Why Is My Furnace So Loud? Check These 6 Furnace Parts First…

There are many different parts to your furnace. Because of the many parts there are many different sounds. If you furnace is making unusual noises, it is important to find the source of the sound in order to solve the issue. The noise should not be ignored. Let’s break down the different sounds and see… [Read More]

Seasons Greetings Special – $25 SERVICE CALLS from Now Until Jan 31st! 15% Off All Parts…

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Phoenix Comfort! Enjoy Our SEASON’S GREETING SPECIAL $25.00 Service Calls! 15% Off All Parts! Available for Residential Service Calls Only Available During Regular Business Hours Only Available in Boone, Kenton, & Campbell Counties Offer Expires On January 31, 2018 Contact us (859-918-5400) To Get Started! —   About Phoenix Comfort… [Read More]

5 Signs That You Need to Call a Heating Professional For a Service Call…

Servicing or repairing a Furnace is never something you are excited to do! We get it… but you can save yourself a bunch of time, money, and hassle by servicing your furnace before it breaks. The following are 5 signs that you are about to have a problem and need to call an HVAC professional…… [Read More]

The Pros and Cons To Both Gas and Electric Furnaces

There’s really no shortcut to determining the best furnace to buy; you need to do your homework. What you need to decide for yourself, though, is how important is energy conservation vs. cost? Choosing between natural gas and electric makes a difference to the environment and where your money goes. Whether you’re building a home… [Read More]