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Air Purifier Installation


If you need repairs, maintenance, or a brand new system installed, Comfort Connection is qualified and professional to get the job done right.

We provide the highest quality service and we always make sure our customers are informed and educated in making the best decisions. We strive for you to feel confident that we are qualified to perform the service you hire us for.


Condenser: The condenser is the outside metal unit and where the gas from the compressor is condensed into a liquid. The gas entering the condenser if very hot. The temperature is then lowered, so the gas can convert back to liquid.

Compressor: The compressor is inside the condenser. It circulates the pressurized refrigerant, to concentrate the heat, and changes the low pressure gas to high pressure.

Evaporator: The evaporator is the part of the system inside the home. In simple language, it absorbs the heat from your home.

Expansion Valve:  The expansion valve controls the amount of refrigerant in your system. 

All of these pieces are connected by a copper tube that handles refrigerant, creating a closed loop. Heat is collected in the evaporator, sent outside to the condenser. The heat is removed, and the cool air is recirculated back into your home.


An Air Conditioner Doesn't Create Cool Air.

What happens in the AC Process is actually the removal of heat from the air. Your A/C uses a chemical called refrigerant to remove heat and transfer it outside. The warm air runs through the lines and coils in your unit and goes from liquid to gas and back again. During this process, the refrigerant removes the heat and transfers it elsewhere so that when air comes out the other side, it is cool.

Your A/C Will Remove Humidity.

(depending on the manufacturer's recommendations)

A dirty air filter restricts your air flow, which reduces efficiency, costing you money, and over time can put stress on your unit and could cause a costly repair.

Maintenance, Maintenance, Maintenance

Your air conditioner needs regular check-ups to keep running in tip-top shape. Having a regular annual preventative maintenance will bring your system longer life and fewer breakdowns over all.


The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) measures air conditioning and heat pump cooling efficiency, which is calculated by the cooling output for a typical cooling season divided by the total electric energy input during the same time frame. A higher SEER rating means greater energy efficiency. 

Call Comfort Connection Heating and Cooling today at 918-404-7649! 

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An Efficient & Reliable Solution

What Is A Heatpump?

A heatpump is a device that transfers heat from place to another, from indoors to outdoors. For homes with no access to natural gas, heat pumps offers an efficient and reliable solution for heating and cooling.

How Do Heatpumps Work?

In the winter, the heatpump works like a heater, extracting heat energy from outside and transferring it inside. In the summer, the process reverses, and it will remove heat from your home transfer it outside like an air conditioner. Heatpumps do this so well that many people in warmer climates exclusivley rely  on a heatpump for year-round comfort. Those living in colder climates use electric-powered heat pumps in conjunction with their gas or oil furnace resulting in lower heating costs.

Heatpumps work with a series of coils drawing energy from air, water, or the ground. In this way, they are very environmentally friendly and are the most energy-efficient way to heat and cool your home. Heatpumps also work extremely efficiently, because they simply transfer heat, rather than burn fuel to create it. This makes them a greener alternative to traditional gas or oil furnaces. Though you may think your unfamiliar with them, they traditionally heat swimming pools and hot tubs, so most likely you have come in contact with them. 

Different Types Of Heatpumps

There are 3 types of heatpumps: 

  1. Air-To-Air

  2. Water Source

  3. Geothermal

They collect their heat from air, water, and outside-your home ground and concentrate it for use. 

Are Heatpumps Expensive?

Installation costs for heatpumps are higher than with a traditional furnace or air conditioner, but the savings over time in annual energy costs make-up for the difference in just 5 to 10 years.  Performing proper operation and maintenance of your heatpump will also save you money, as you will use less energy, thus resulting in less cost. Regular maintenance can prevent degradation as well. Consistent filter changing or cleaning is necessary for a well-running heatpump.Seasonal cleaning of coils and fans go a long way in preventing poor energy efficiency that can end up costing you more money. The energy different between a well maintained system and a neglected one can be anywhere from 10 -25 %.

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Do you  know the advantages?




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Ductless systems are more flexible than traditional systems, because ductless systems don't use ductwork. All that's needed is a small outdoor unit and one or more indoor units, along with access to electricity and a place to mount the units. Ductless systems can be installed in either new or existing construction.

Ductless systems are smaller than traditional HVAC systems, which means they use less power. In addition, the temperature-controlled air of a ductless system is delivered directly into a room instead of throughout an entire building. That means you don't heat or cool rooms that aren't occupied - less needed power, less money spent.

Did you know the quality of indoor air is typically lower than that of outdoor air? Traditional forced air systems blow air directly through contaminants such as dust, allergens, bacteria throughout your house.

Ductless systems offer multi-stage filtration that greatly reduces this type of air contamination and creates a healthier air environment.

Need Ductless System Service? Call us at 918-404-7649!

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Electric & Gas

  • A tankless water heater saves you money overtime, thanks to far superior energy efficiency.

  • They have a significantly longer useful lifespan than tank water heaters, lasting almost twice as long in some cases.

  • They Require significantly less storage space than a storage tank water heater

  • You will have unlimited hot water whenever you need it. The hot water is available in seconds instead of minutes it typically takes for tank heater

  • You will have more than enough hot water for multiple showers and appliances to run simultaneously.

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Comfort Connection Heating & Cooling services and repairs all makes and models. If you need furnace service, we are the company the call. We are able to solve about any repair or installation you throw at us.


Is your furnace acting up, blowing cold air or making too much noise? We are here to help keep your home warm and cozy. We repair all makes and models and will never try to sell you a service that you don't need. We are honest and hard working and we're always transparent and fair about the work we do.


Sometimes a repair is not sufficient to fix your furnace. Sometimes a new furnace is the most cost-effective and energy efficient way to go. We will always be honest with you about a furnace replacement. We value our time and your money - we don't want to perform repairs or service an appliance that is in need of replacement.

If you do need a furnace replacement, we know how overwhelming it can be. Here are some frequently asked questions about furnaces we have been asked:


Single Stage: A single stage furnace has only one stage of operation. It can either be turned on or off.

Two Stage: A two-stage furnace has two settings - full and half speed. This is a more efficient way to heat and provides better comfort, because it can move the air at a slower pace.

Variable Stage or Modulating: A variable-stage or modulating furnace modulates the speed and heat output based on the temperature outside and the desired comfort level. This furnace only works as much as you need it, making this type the MOST energy efficient type of furnace.

What Is AFUE?

AFUE, or Annualized Fuel Utilization Efficiency, is a measure of furnace-heating efficiency. The higher the AFUE, the more efficient the furnace.

What Size of Furnace Do I Need?

We can calculate the correct size furnace for your home. The number of BTU's, or British Thermal Units, needed to heat your home is dependent on a number of variables.  Contrary to what you might think, a bigger furnace may not necessarily mean more heating power for your home. Call us and we can set up an appointment to calculate the size of furnace you might need at 918-404-7649.

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