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When you choose Comfortmaker heating and cooling equipment, you're choosing enhanced dependability and innovation in home comfort. They are proud to give you the latest in engineering and technology. Their products are designed to deliver the best in quality, energy efficiency and reliability, and each is 100% run tested. They take pride in surpassing your expectations and delivering quality you can feel.
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Homeowners looking to purchase a ComfortMaker AC unit have a large selection to choose from. Though there are many factors to consider, purchasers should especially focus on an AC unit’s seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) and/or energy efficiency ratio (EER), depending on the home climate. SEER ratings range from 8-21 and are specific to the cooling power, whereas EER ratings relate to the overall efficiency of the unit. In both cases, the higher numbers mean increased efficiency.
If you want to invest in a cooling unit that provides you control over the temperatures and humidity levels throughout your house, then the SoftSound Deluxe 19 Air Conditioner with SmartSense is a good option. Not only does it offer control, but it also has variable speed settings so that the user can choose their preference. And we don’t even need to mention the quiet performance is highly appreciated.
The Tempstar TVA9 and Comfortmaker CVA9 have variable-capacity compressors with 5 levels of operation. These are also called variable-speed compressors, since the compressor uses rotary technology and speeds up to deliver more air conditioning or slows down for less. Variable-speed models from most other brands have “infinite” levels of operation between 40% and 100% capacity. You’ll notice little difference in cooling consistency with a 5-speed vs. an infinite-speed model, and the cost of these units is slightly less.
After getting many different quotes from several different companies in my search to replace my 17 year old system, I finally decided to go with the Comfortmaker brand. Its been two years now, and I couldn't be happier! I went with the variable speed/inverter option for my home. In my search, I read countless reviews from all the top brands out there.. I realized in my search more people will leave a "bad" review rather than a "good" one. Its like when you go out to eat, and have a horrible experience. The first thing you want to do when you get home, is leave a bad review. Same thing applies here. This system pulls so much moisture out of the air! I can leave my thermostat at 77 degrees and 52% humidity and it feels amazing, and that's here in Houston, Texas. The house feels crisp/clean/enjoyable to be in, its a hard feeling to describe, but I'm very happy I went with Comfortmaker brand and the Variable speed full system. If you can afford to go this route, I definitely recommend this option, you'll be amazed and won't regret it at all!
ComfortMaker really separates itself from other HVAC brands thanks to its outstanding warranty coverage. Depending on what tier of furnace you are looking to purchase, they offer a sliding scale of warranty to protect your investment better. Otherwise, ComfortMaker's selection of mid- and premium-tier furnaces all offer ENERGY STAR® certification and high AFUE efficiency ratings.
ComfortMaker can offer a wide variety of air conditioners that cater effectively to consumers at different price points. Although their premium SoftSound Deluxe units are their most efficient, the economy tier Performance Series models are perhaps some of their most impressive altogether. Paired with the brand's comprehensive sliding scale warranty coverage that includes No Hassle Replacement, it's hard to imagine that anyone could be disappointed with their purchase.
This is one of the brands from INTERNATIONAL COMFORT PRODUCTS which is a part of UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORP. The PERFORMANCE 14 (N4A5) units are basic air conditioners with a durable powder coat finish but they use a wire coil guard to protect the condenser coil fins which does not actually do much to protect them. The units have a 14 SEER efficiency to meet all of the regional standards but their guarantee is not very good when compared to other brands. The SOFTSOUND DELUXE 19 (CCA9) is a premium unit with a variable speed fan motor, swept wing fan blade, and compressor blanket for quiet operation. They have a good guarantee but it is only average when compared to other brands. The units are sold in the USA and Canada but only through their approved dealer network. comfortmaker.com
Very very surprised on this system. I had this system installed form a neighborhood contractor I was very skeptical on this system do to I never heard of it. After going through everything with and all the other quotes I ended up having this installed. This system is very quite and helped my energy bills. I have had no issues with this furnace it was installed 1/15/2015. I dont write many reviews but waited 3 years on this review because I wanted to make sure I got something quality. But like my installing company said as long as it is installed correctly I wont have problems with it. Highly recommend it and their ac systems.
My furnace is from 1984 never had a problem still working fine. Want to install a more efficient one but I don't want to part with this one! 33 years and still going strong!
A Comfortmaster RPJ II furnace was installed in my house on January 3, 1996. What I like about this furnace is that it has performed flawlessly since I moved into this house in 2009. The only maintenance that has been required is that I change the filters. It was repaired on December 1, 2005 by the previous owner of this house, my father. He kept meticulous records of such things. This house was built in 1955. I am not aware of the make of the previous furnace. I don't know the exact cause of the 2005 malfunction, but the repair went well. I haven't had any problems since I bought the house in 2013. I am part of my gas company's emergency repair insurance program, so I feel confident that I will always have a working furnace. I would recommend the Comfortmaster RPJ II furnace to a friend if they asked me. I am not an expert, but this furnace is reliable.