The Expert’s Guide to Total Home Comfort in Salt Lake City Published on November 17, 2015 When it comes to complete home comfort, seasonal changes shouldn’t change the desire to be comfortable in our homes. Diminished home comfort is one of the most referenced issues on furnace service calls we receive in Salt Lake City, which is why we typically recommend taking note of a variety of factors that affect your home’s comfort outside of your heating and air conditioning system. Whole home comfort means that there are more variables that alter your feeling of comfort than you might realize; it’s more than just having furnace service done too. It is so crucial to us that the home analysis we offer is named just that – Total Home Comfort. By conducting an in-depth analysis of your home, containingf the HVAC equipment, duct work, insulation, windows and weatherstripping, we can help be sure your home comfort is at its peak while also being mindful of your energy efficiency. Our Total Home Comfort analysis emphasizes these four critical factors: Safety – having a safe home is key for everyone, which is why we have this at No. 1. Keeping your family, friends and pets safe is critical, and we want to help you be sure your home is as safe as it can be.Health – home comfort can be reduced greatly if your indoor air is full of dust, pollutants, germs and microbes. When we complete annual furnace service, we help you identify the best way to limit or eliminate these so you can breathe better.Comfort – boosting the comfort in your entire home with better temperature and humidity control can help you achieve total home comfort. Having your air’s humidity set correctly is important to reaching your home comfort goals.Efficiency – everyone enjoys saving money, which is why we check and rate your system’s performance during furnace service so you know what level of efficiency your system has. After all, efficient home comfort is king. Once we go over these few steps, the team at Mountainwest Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning can help you develop a plan to take you to a level of home comfort that you haven’t even considered. We take your home comfort seriously, which is why when you set up furnace service, we help you recognize the safest, healthiest, most comfortable and energy-efficient ways to improve the comfort of your home. Give us a call at 385-399-0280 or set up an appointment with us online to hear more about our Total Home Comfort home analysis.