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Modern HVAC systems ensure that we're comfortable all year round, but that comfort comes at a price. In the U.S., the average family spends over $2,000 each year on utility bills. Here at MM Comfort Systems, we realize you'd rather keep some of that money in your pocket, which is why we put together a list of ten easy ways you can improve your HVAC system's energy efficiency. read more

Sometimes, it's necessary to contact an HVAC professional. Other times, you can take simple actions to fix problems on your own with your HVAC system. Here are a few DIY tips to help you troubleshoot common HVAC issues. read more

While a well-insulated home can provide a variety of benefits for energy efficiency, it can decrease the amount of fresh air that can enter your house. When indoor air doesn't get flushed out regularly or cleaned, it can build up pollutants in the form of particulates or volatile organic compounds. Indoor air quality tends to get worse in the winter when people have their windows and doors closed more often. Poor indoor air quality can cause a variety of health issues. read more

Your heat pump is one of the most valuable pieces of equipment in your home. Any time a major HVAC component does not work properly, the entire household may suffer. Regular maintenance is critical to maintaining an efficient, effective heat pump and for achieving the maximum lifespan. At MM Comfort Systems, our talented, licensed technicians provide regular maintenance for commercial businesses and households throughout Tacoma, Redmond and Seattle. read more

A water heater is a modern convenience most of us would not want to do without. To maximize its convenience and functional reliability, proper maintenance is required. That means flushing the unit to keep both the mechanism and water flowing through it healthy. MM Comfort Systems in Redmond, WA, can help you with this. Here are a few reasons why you should not skip flushing your home's water heater annually. read more

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