Are Mitsubishi Mini Splits Good AC Systems?

May 13th, 2024

When it comes to keeping our homes comfortable, especially during our extended cooling season, the choice of an air conditioning system is crucial. One option that has gained significant popularity in recent years is Mitsubishi Mini Splits. In this comprehensive guide, we delve into whether a Mitsubishi air conditioner is a good option for your Costa Mesa home. We’ll explore their features, benefits, and why they stand out in the market.

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Energy-Efficient Cooling Solutions for California Homes

April 15th, 2024

As California residents, we’re all too familiar with the scorching summer temperatures that can make indoor living uncomfortable without proper cooling solutions. At Command Comfort, we understand the importance of being able to “command the comfort” of your home while also minimizing energy consumption and environmental impact. 

In this blog post, we’ll explore energy-efficient cooling solutions tailored specifically for SoCal homes. From inverter air conditioners to heat pumps in Huntington Beach, CA., homeowners who want to enjoy the best energy efficiency (and the lowest utility bills) have a lot of options. 

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Why Should I Work With a Mitsubishi Diamond Dealer for Mini Split Installation?

April 1st, 2024

You’ve completed your research and are convinced of the advantages offered by a Mitsubishi Electric ductless mini split instead of a central AC system. However, the next challenge lies in selecting a trustworthy HVAC contractor, a step where many homeowners find themselves in unknown territory.

How can you ensure that a contractor is knowledgeable about the technology and capable of delivering satisfactory results? To simplify the decision-making process, Mitsubishi Electric has established the Diamond Contractor® program. This comprehensive training program ensures that professionals stay updated on equipment, emerging industry technologies, and best installation practices.

You can rest assured that at Command Comfort, we’re fully qualified to install your Mitsubishi Mini Split system since we’re a Mistubishi Diamond Dealer. We’re one of the few Mitsubishi Diamond ELITE Contractors in SoCal. Read on to learn more about what this means.

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Should I Get a Ducted or Ductless Heat Pump?

March 18th, 2024

When it comes to heating and cooling your home efficiently, heat pumps offer a compelling solution. However, deciding between a ducted or ductless heat pump can be a tough decision when it’s time for HVAC installation in Santa Ana, CA.  In this blog, we’ll delve into the pros and cons of each option to help you make an informed decision.

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Should I Repair My Furnace or Get a Heat Pump?

March 4th, 2024

As a homeowner, the decision to replace an old furnace with a new furnace–or upgrade to a heat pump–can be daunting, especially in regions like California where heating systems are crucial for comfort. In this blog, we’ll explore the factors you should consider when faced with this dilemma, focusing on why homeowners in California may benefit from getting a new heat pump or mini split system instead of a furnace replacement.

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What’s the Best Mini Split Brand?

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.

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Ultra Low NOx Furnaces & California Homeowners

February 5th, 2024
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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.

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How to Choose a HVAC Conctractor

January 22nd, 2024
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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. 

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Are Furnaces a Good Option for Southern California?

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.

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Common Heating Repairs By HVAC System

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. 

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