Comfort Keepers HVAC, LLC is your trusted Heat Pump AC and Gas Furnace installation expert and Accredited American Standard and Bosh Dealer. By representing these two brands, we can offer homeowners a wide range of options to meet both the budgetary and equipment specification needs of the homeowner when replacing HVAC equipment that has reached the end of its usable lifespan. We go through an interview process with the homeowner to understand their needs so that we can recommend different options from which the homeowner can select. We also provide homeowners information on how to evaluate equipment with different efficiency levels to provide them with the best options to balance the needs of long-term savings, initial cost outlay, and comfort.
Comfort Keepers HVAC, LLC takes pride in our work. We use Best in Class processes to ensure that each job is performed to meet high-quality standards. For example, when installing a new unit, we always purge the line sets with nitrogen while brazing. This ensures there is no oxidation inside the pipes while we are brazing. Oxidation is a natural process that occurs when copper and other metals are exposed to high heat, and it will leave a "burnt" residue inside the piping that will eventually come loose and could potentially clog up the refrigerant metering devices in a Heat Pump or Air Conditioning system. When the pipes are completely filled with an inert gas such as nitrogen, this oxidation process cannot occur.
Comfort Keepers HVAC, LLC also uses a best-in-class three-stage vacuum purge process that is significantly more effective than using just a single purge when pulling a vacuum on a system to eliminate non-condensates in the refrigerant system before startup. When only a single-step process is used, some moisture will "freeze" inside the system and not be removed. When the following three-step process is used, we can be sure we have a clean, dry, and moisture-free system before startup.
1. Pulling a vacuum down to 4,000 microns, then purging the system with nitrogen.
2. Next, pulling another vacuum down to 1,5000 microns purging the system with nitrogen again.
3. Then pulling a final vacuum down to 250 or less microns.
Systems that have moisture in them at startup will often develop acid in them which leads to less-than-optimal performance, and premature system failure.
Comfort Keepers HVAC, LLC will ensure that each new installation that is on the 2nd floor or indoor location has safety switches to shut the unit down to reduce the likelihood of any water damage from occurring should the unit have water overflow from a condensation drain line backup. We install clean-out T’s in our drain lines to ensure all the drain lines can be cleaned by either the homeowner or our maintenance technicians during annual maintenance. In addition, we try to use 45-degree pipe fittings vs. 90-degree fittings when possible to reduce the likelihood of pipes clogging up in the future.
At Comfort Keepers HVAC, LLC an individual with either a Master's mechanical HVAC or Journeyman’s license will be onsite during the installation process. This ensures that each installation is done by qualified individuals, and the installation is done from a "serviceability" standpoint.
Each new installation comes with a 10-year manufactured parts warranty and a 12-month labor warranty. Taking these extra steps ensures each new unit installation is a quality job.