February 19th, 2024
Mini-split systems have revolutionized heating and cooling solutions, offering efficient and customizable comfort for residential spaces. Among the myriad of options available, Mitsubishi Electric’s mini-split systems stand out as industry leaders.
In this blog, we delve into the reasons why Mitsubishi mini splits are widely regarded as one of the best mini split systems on the market. There’s never been a better way to heat and cool your entire home–or specific rooms–while allowing for zoned climate control. Welcome to perfect indoor weather.
February 5th, 2024
To reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2030, certain regions in California are imposing regulations on nitrous oxide (NOx) emissions from gas furnaces in residential areas. If you’ve relied on a furnace for heating your SoCal home, when it’s time for furnace repair or replacement, you’d be wise to consider getting a heat pump instead.
As requirements for gas-powered furnaces in California will undoubtedly evolve, you can bypass these regulations altogether by switching to an all-electric heat pump. Heat pumps stand out as a superior choice over a traditional furnace for several reasons. Let’s go over why a heat pump could very well be the best home upgrade you make in the future.
January 22nd, 2024
When it comes to ensuring the comfort and efficiency of your home, choosing the right HVAC contractor is paramount. Your SoCal home’s HVAC system plays a crucial role in maintaining a pleasant indoor environment year-round, and hiring a reliable contractor can make a significant difference.
In this blog, we’ll explore essential factors to consider when selecting from a list of HVAC installers in Costa Mesa, CA, to meet your specific needs. We offer the very best equipment available from Mitsubishi Electric/American Standard. But it’s not just about how good the equipment is, it’s about how well it’s installed.
January 8th, 2024
When it comes to choosing a heating system for your Southern California home, the temperate climate presents unique considerations. While the region is known for its mild winters and warm temperatures throughout the rest of the year, occasional cold spells mean you still need a reliable heating system.
Let’s go over the pros and cons of both heat pumps and furnaces in Huntington Beach. That way, you can make an informed decision tailored to SoCal’s unique climate.
December 25th, 2023
The old song goes, “It never rains in California.” This week has certainly proven that song to be false. This recent bout of cool and rainy weather may have prompted you to turn on your heating system for the first time this year.
Were you impressed by your heater’s ability to heat your home or was its performance ho-hum? Although you don’t use your heating system as much as your air conditioner here in sunny Southern California, you do need a reliable form of heat for your home when you need it.
No matter what type of system you have, we handle all types of HVAC repair. Here are some of the most common issues you’ll experience after turning your heating system on for the first time in a while.
December 11th, 2023
Southern California is blessed with an abundance of warm weather throughout much of the year. In fact, it’s one of the main reasons why people choose to live and vacation here. Homeowners tend to rely on their air conditioners much more than their furnaces.
But that doesn’t mean you can get by without having a reliable heating system. When the weather turns chilly, there’s nothing worse than being unprepared for the cold spell than realizing you need furnace repair for an uncooperative heating system.
From a furnace that doesn’t blow warm air, to one that’s short cycling, let’s look at 3 signs your furnace needs some TLC from the Command Comfort team.
November 27th, 2023
Ductless mini splits are the perfect AC system for our SoCal climate. And when it comes to choosing a mini split manufacturer, our top choice is Mitsubishi. That’s because Mitsubishi is considered the leader in mini split system technology.
Ductless mini splits are great for AC because they work best in mild climates like ours. They also provide both heating and cooling, eliminating the need for a separate heating system that quite honestly isn’t used as much as your AC.
Mitsubishi mini splits utilize heat pump technology but are different from ducted heat pumps in that they don’t rely on ductwork. That’s another reason why they’re so great for our area as many homes were built without ductwork.
November 13th, 2023
Here in SoCal where you use your air conditioner throughout much of the year, most homeowners are quite familiar with the basic problem that can arise. Refrigerant leaks, frozen evaporator coils, and a heat pump that won’t switch modes are some common problems you’ve probably encountered.
But what about the unusual issues that can spring up? Let’s go over some issues that you don’t see as often. That way, you’ll know what’s behind them and whether it warrants a call for air conditioning repair in Huntington Beach.
October 16th, 2023
Is your SoCal home due for a new air conditioner? Perhaps it’s just not delivering the cooling power you need for our extended cooling season. Or perhaps it’s even worse–it’s broken down completely and the forecast calls for a heatwave.
No Orange County homeowner relishes the day when their AC system needs to be replaced. However, there is a silver lining to this cloud: there are a lot more options for air conditioners today than there were even a decade ago. There might be an option that’ll suit you much better than that old, outdated AC that’s wasting energy and driving up your utility bills.
When faced with the need for AC replacement, it’s easy to just purchase the cheapest, newest version of your previous system. But do a little more research and you may find that there’s a different type of system that’ll not only suit your needs better, but save you more money in the long run. You can stop Googling HVAC installation near me and read about those options here.
October 2nd, 2023
If you’re in the market for a new air conditioner and have done some preliminary research, you might be flabbergasted by all the new terminology and systems that are available. The last time you shopped for a new AC might’ve been a decade ago, and since then, heat pumps have become very popular.
The name “heat pump” can be confusing to people searching for an air conditioner. A heat pump doesn’t pump heat into your home. What it does is it extracts heat from the air (both in your home and outside) and “pumps” it either inside or outside. Let’s explain so you’ll know why a heat pump is a relevant search result when Googling air conditioner installation for your California home.