COVID-19 Response

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As we continue to monitor the fluid situation of COVID-19, Comfort Masters wants to reassure its clients that we are continuing to operate at full capacity. As classified by the “Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers” directive issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security on March 19th, 2020, Comfort Masters is working hard to ensure the safety […]

The Magic of Air Balancing

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Before you jump to the conclusion that the ever-present cold spot in your living room is a sign of paranormal activity, you might want to try air balancing. What is air balancing, you may ask? It is the process of testing and adjusting your system to ensure that all parts of the home are heated […]

Are Air Conditioners Covered By Homeowners Insurance?

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In the dead of winter, most people aren’t thinking about their air conditioning units. Enveloped by the chilly weather, grey skies, and dim twilight of winter, it can feel like the warm brightness of summer is eons away. But warm weather will be back and sooner than it might seem, so it’s important to make […]

What Is a Gas Furnace?

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There are many heating options from which to choose for your home. Electric furnaces, gas furnaces, and convection heaters all have their strengths and weaknesses, so it can be difficult to decide which is the best for your family. The dedicated team at Comfort Masters Heating & Air Conditioning created an information guide for the […]

Signs That My Thermostat Needs to Be Replaced

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It’s easy to jump to the conclusion that something is wrong with your heater or air conditioning unit when it refuses to start or has trouble maintaining the correct temperature. The culprit, however, may be your thermostat. Like every part of your unit, your thermostat was not built to last forever; at some point, it […]

Electric Furnace Troubleshooting

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With the cooler months quickly approaching, you will begin to rely on your home’s electric furnace to keep you and your loved ones warm. Unfortunately, furnaces typically don’t pick a convenient time to experience mechanical problems. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to perform basic troubleshooting on your home’s electric furnace, depending on […]

How to Stay Warm When Your Heater Goes Out?

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Winter is here. Roasting marshmallows, enjoying hot cups of rich hot cocoa, and snuggling up to watch a good movie under a big fluffy blanket are all activities designed to help you relax while keeping you warm. Unfortunately, when your home’s heater fails, the cold creeps in. Is your heater currently out of order and […]

Why Is My Air Conditioning Leaking?

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It is natural to see a little moisture coming from your air conditioning unit. However, constant leaking can lead to major problems such as water damage to walls, floors, and ceilings, which can result in mold growth. Your air conditioner can spread a leak in the condensate drain or pipe, air filter, and even the […]

Tips on How to Stay Cool When Your AC Breaks

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Nothing is worse than arriving home to find that your air conditioning has broken down and turned your house into a sauna. The Texas heat can leave your house feeling hot and muggy, which in turn can leave you feeling sweaty, irritable, and exhausted. A home like this will have you scrambling for options, some […]

Central Air Conditioner vs Ductless Mini-Split

Man inspecting his air conditioning unit, with the words, central air vs. ductless mini-split.

Last year, approximately 5.4 million air conditioning units were sold and shipped in the U.S., which means that a lot of people made a decision that’s going to affect their comfort and their budget for years to come. If you’re looking to make a similar decision this year, you may wonder what your options are. The […]