Keep Your Home Comfortable
Our HVAC Technicians treat each project as if it were their own. Do not settle for a installation that does not meet your expectations. Give us a call today to schedule your no obligation free estimate.
We provide emergency service whenever you need it. Whether it’s a holiday, weekend, or the middle of the night, count on us to repair your AC, heater, or other air quality unit—fast! Our 24/7 emergency repair service can ensure your home or business gets back to a comfortable temperature in no time. Call us at (215) 987-6692 or visit our contact page.
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Time for a Tune Up?
In early spring, it’s best to call the experts at Comfort Controllers to schedule your annual air conditioning tune-up. Our tune-up check includes:
- A close inspection of all A/C system components
- Wear and tear check on all belts and other moving parts within your air conditioning unit
- Minor adjustments and repair fixes
- A cleaning of the condensor coils
- A calibration of your thermostat
- Inspection of refrigerant levels and checks for leaks
- Inspection of the blower belt and motor to ensure proper operation
Annual A/C unit maintenance and tune-ups have many benefits such as:
- Increased A/C system performance
- Better air conditioning efficiency
- Cleaner air quality
- Increased lifespan of your A/C system
- Better overall home comfort
No matter the season, our technicians will ensure your air conditioning system is fully operational and ready to keep you cool and comfortable. And we’ll alert you of needed repairs before any work is done so you know exactly what solution is best for your home or business.
House Losing It's Cool?
Even when your air conditioning system is still blowing cool air, there are common warning signs that indicate there may be a problem with your system. All our Comfort Controllers techs know what to look for to help keep things running smoothly!
If you notice a change in how your air conditioner is running, if it’s staying on over extended periods of time, or not shutting off, there may be an issue as well. One of the first places you’ll notice an improperly operating air conditioner is on your energy bill. A/C units in the process of breaking down will work less efficiently and leave a dramatic increase on your monthly bill.
There are lots of signs that may indicate a problem with your A/C unit. If it’s blowing warm air, or no air at all, it may be experiencing a compressor issue, low levels of Freon, or even a refrigerant leak. Your home air conditioning system should run quietly, so if you hear hissing, buzzing, banging, or other unusual noises while it’s in operation, give us a call before it’s too late. Look to see if moisture and/or pools of water are accumulating near your central A/C unit, as these may be signs of a Freon leak or an evaporator coil issue. An evaporator coil issue can cause serious damage to your air conditioner, so call us right away to have your system professionally diagnosed & repaired.
No matter the problem, our A/C repair technicians will determine what needs to be repaired before any work is done so you know exactly what solution is best for you.
Furnace on the Fritz?
Even when your home furnace system is still heating your home, there are common warning signs that something’s not quite right. If you notice any of the following, a problem may be present and it’s time to call the professionals at Comfort Controllers!
Is your home furnace unit not giving off enough heat? It may have a clogged or dirty air filter – one of the main causes of a furnace breakdown. If your furnace isn’t turning on at all, you might have an issue with your pilot light or electronic ignition.
Over time, changes in temperature may cause your gas furnace’s heat exchanger to crack. This is a potentially dangerous situation since cracks can allow carbon monoxide to seep into your home.
If your furnace isn’t keeping a constant temperature or isn’t heating properly, it could be experiencing a thermostat failure or malfunction. A faulty thermostat can lead to fan, pilot light, power, or gas issues which will ruin the comfort of your home. Older furnaces with an unstable pilot light may seem like a small problem, but this can actually cause you to waste a lot of money on your monthly gas bill. The harder your heating system has to work to raise the temperature, the more unnecessary wear and tear you place on your furnace.
Whatever the situation, we have the tools to quickly diagnose this problem and offer a solution.