In 1993, only 68 percent of homes in the United States had air conditioning. By 2017 that number had jumped to 90 percent. Today, an air conditioner is a standard appliance in Wisconsin and as essential to most families as a car, a microwave, or a refrigerator.
Air conditioning units have made incredible leaps in technology and efficiency in the last few years, making installing and operating a Kimberly home or small office air conditioning unit incredibly affordable.
In 2010, the most common refrigerant used in small air conditioning units, R-22, was banned in the European Union (EU) and the United States as part of a phaseout of ozone-depleting chemicals. In preparation for the ban, the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) industry moved toward R-410A as the replacement for R-22.
The adoption of R-410A in home and small office air conditioners began a new era in high-efficiency air conditioning systems. Air conditioning units are more efficient, have a smaller footprint, and quieter than ever before.
K Komfort Heating & Cooling has been replacing older R-22 units with new R-410A equipment for years. Call our team at 920-779-8838 and we will help you find the right unit for your home. Request air conditioning service online today.
Just like your water pipes, air ducts hidden above the ceiling can leak and cause major damage to your home. Instead of water, air ducts leak conditioned air in wall and ceiling spaces wasting energy and promoting mold growth in places you can’t see.
Unfortunately, our K Komfort Heating & Cooling experts find a lot of Kimberly homes with old, leaking ducts. Sometimes the duct systems have been leaking for years wasting thousands of dollars in energy costs.
The telltale signs of damaged ductwork are high utility bills, damps spots on the ceiling near vents, or noisy or whistling sounds coming from the walls. If you smell mold or other bad odors coming from your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system, do not waste time thinking things will improve. Have one of our professionals check the air ducts system right away.
Old ducts can be brought back to life. Duct cleaning, resealing leaky joints, or replacing noisy sections of ductwork can restore efficiency and bring comfort back to your Wisconsin home. Call us at 920-779-8838, as we can propose the right solutions to fix noisy and inefficient duct systems. Request air duct service online today.
Clank! Clank! Clank! After banging on the pipes for hours, Dad emerges from the basement, face covered in soot, and announces the boiler is dead. It is a scene from the movies we have all seen. But a lot of families in Wisconsin go through that every winter. If it happens to you, our boiler professionals at K Komfort Heating & Cooling are ready to help.
We do not want you to have a middle-of-winter emergency. Our heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) team wants you to be confident your boiler will not only get through this winter, but work efficiently for many Kimberly winters to come.
With a boiler maintenance agreement plan, we will tune your boiler each winter, perform routine preventative maintenance, and help shut it down when the season ends.
Properly maintained boilers can last as long as 20 years. Call us at 920-779-8838, as we are here to see you through the full life of your boiler and help you replace it when the time comes. Request boiler service online today.
The era of ultra-high efficiency heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) units is here. Ductless systems are small, wall-mounted, single-zone heating and air units with cooling Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) ratings near 30 compared to standard units with a typical SEER around 18. It is not uncommon in Wisconsin for homeowners to see substantial savings in their energy bills the first month after installation of a mini split system.
Mini split units solve multiple problems at once. High efficiency makes a ductless system an outstanding replacement for an older HVAC unit. The ability to connect multiple ductless units to one condensing unit creates a zone control system, bringing high efficiency to multiple rooms. These systems offer extra benefits for your Kimberly home and can save you money overall.
Is your home right for a new ductless system? One call to K Komfort Heating & Cooling at 920-779-8838 and we can survey your home to see which ductless system will serve you best. Request ductless system service online today.
Geothermal Heat Pumps
An increasing number of homeowners in Wisconsin are considering geothermal heat pumps when they get quotes to replace their existing systems. The US Department of Energy (DOE) reports that geothermal systems use 25 to 50 percent less electricityKimberly than standard heating and air units. Additionally, geothermal heating and cooling units often last 20 years or more versus 10 to 15 years for typical heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
Unlike most HVAC units that use the atmosphere as a heat source and heat sink, a geothermal heat pump unit uses a series of underground pipes to make the earth the heat sink. The installation of the underground piping takes the place of the outdoor condensing unit found on most heating and air systems.
Not every company has the knowledge and experience to install geothermal heat pumps properly like we do at K Komfort Heating & Cooling. A poor installation by an inexperienced contractor can mean the geothermal system provides little to no energy savings.
Call us at 920-779-8838 to let our team of experienced geothermal heat pump professionals help you decide which system is right for your Kimberly home. Request geothermal heat pump service online today.
The most common service we at K Komfort Heating & Cooling provide to our customers in Wisconsin is the repair and maintenance of residential and light commercial heat pumps. We are known throughout the Kimberly area as the company to call when customers need heat pump and mini split heat pump maintenance. In addition to making quick and affordable repairs, we provide residential and light commercial maintenance maintenance agreement plans and full unit replacements.
There is a dizzying array of choices when it comes to replacing and installing heat pump systems. What manufacturer is best? Should you buy a high-efficiency or standard-efficiency heat pump? What about all the different kinds of thermostats?
Homeowners should not make these decisions on their own. We love to help our customers make informed choices regarding their new uni—choices that fit their needs and their budgets.