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Trouble brewing with your ductless split system?

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When your ductless air conditioning lets you down, call on us.

We want you back in your comfort zone ASAP. Customers love our responsive service, fair pricing, and knowledgeable techs, who are skilled in repairing and servicing all the current (and not-so-current) HVAC systems. In fact, we’re known for fixing HVAC problems that others couldn’t. After all, we want to be your hero.
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Should you repair or replace your ductless split system?

Is your older ductless split system worth repairing?

For many homeowners, that’s not always an easy question to answer. It depends on many factors, such as:

  • The age of the system
  • Its preventive maintenance history
  • Is it cooling effectively?
  • The frequency and costs of more recent repairs

Comfort Zone will help you make an informed decision about the course of action that’s right for you. After assessing your system and your particular situation, we’ll discuss the options that serve your best interests – not ours. If it’s time for a new system, we’ll educate you on your equipment and pricing options.

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Twelve years is a long time.

And that’s how long the warranty is on Daikin equipment. Then, we offer our own Comfort Zone warranty on labor, which can also be as long as 12 years.

Daikin, a global leader in indoor comfort, has one of the best warranties in the industry. Because Comfort Zone is a certified Daikin Comfort Pro, our customers get to take advantage of this exceptionally long warranty and enjoy the extra peace of mind that comes with Daikin indoor comfort systems.

Contact us for more information on equipment and labor warranties.

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Ductless Split Repair FAQ

My ductless system is getting old. Are there things I can do to avoid expensive repairs?

If you’ve been getting annual preventive maintenance from a good HVAC company, great! You’re ahead of the game in keeping repair costs as low as possible. If you haven’t, you will still benefit from starting now. Check out our maintenance service online to see what preventive maintenance includes and how it helps you avoid preventable repairs.

Also, schedule a service call as soon as you notice any problems. The earlier a problem is found and repaired, the less expensive it will be. Delayed repairs only lead to worsening damage to equipment and higher repair bills – and, ultimately, to replacing an aging system earlier than you hoped.

The air from my ductless system doesn’t feel as cool as it did last season. Does that mean I have a refrigerant leak?

A refrigerant leak is one possible explanation for insufficient cooling. Another is a clogged air filter. Either of these would result in insufficient cooling throughout the house. If the cooling problem is happening just in a particular zone, this points to a problem with the sensor, which detects and adjusts to the air temperature in the zone.

The first thing to do is check and change the air filter. If the problem persists with a clean filter, you should schedule a service call with a licensed HVAC company.

Why would there be moisture around some of my wall-mounted blowers?

This can happen with poor installation of ductless systems. The blower units and chassis need to be mounted properly and securely. We recommend contacting an HVAC company that is experienced in installing and repairing ductless split systems. The tech can correct the mounting problem and determine if anything else is contributing to the moisture.