We are dedicated to our customer’s and always strive to meet their needs as best we can. By choosing ComfortWorks for your HVAC service needs you will enjoy highly professional service provided by our factory trained and qualified technicians. Be rest assured that your Geothermal or HVAC system will perform to factory specifications, and when…

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Radiant Floor Heating Geothermal technology can be applied to distribution systems other than forced air ducted systems. Radiant floor heating is the most popular hydronic application using ClimateMaster water-to-water ground source heating equipment. These systems involve supplying heat directly to the floor of the home using hot water circulating through tubing in the slab. The…

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Geothermal and standard HVAC equipment distribute air through out a home by a system called “duct work”. When the system is properly designed, air distribution is even and a uniform temperature is maintained. The efficiency of duct work systems has been found to be as much as 60% less than it could be in most…

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Although Comfortworks does not install spray foam insulation, we feel it is important to understand the benefits of using this product. Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) insulation is a spray applied polyurethane foam which seals cracks, gaps and voids by expanding up to 120 times its volume into a semi-rigid insulation and air seal. High air…

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Although Comfortworks does not install spray foam insulation, we feel it is important to understand the benefits of using this product. Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) insulation is a spray applied polyurethane foam which seals cracks, gaps and voids by expanding up to 120 times its volume into a semi-rigid insulation and air seal. High air…

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Energy Recovery Ventilation – The tighter construction of today’s homes can restrict air exchange, trapping stale polluted air inside your home. Dust, chemicals, and other airborne contaminants as well as excessive humidity can circulate through the air in your home, aggravating asthma and allergy symptoms.

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Wherever you live, the temperature beneath your home remains constant regardless of the season. This constant temperature is provided by the sun’s natural solar energy absorbed by the ground. Geothermal systems use a sealed ground loop filled with circulating water to act as a heat exchanger and utilize this energy to heat and cool your…

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A proper load calculation is the “foundation” of the system design procedure. Each home has a unique set of heating and cooling loads and is most commonly expressed in “Tons” to a homeowner. These loads are determined by local weather patterns, the architectural features of the home, the materials and techniques used to build the…

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