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Comfort Air Advance

Serving Metro Detroit Area since 1999


Residential HVAC

Residential HVAC

Let the Comfort Air Advance team help take the stress out of finding the perfect HVAC solution for your home!

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Commercial HVAC

Commercial HVAC

Comfort Air Advance is proud to offer top of the line Commercial HVAC Services to the Metro Detroit Area.

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Financing Available

Financing Available

You can Buy New Furnace or Air Conditioning from us as little $100.00 /Month

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How can we help you ?

Our Products

Choose from some the quietest and more efficient air conditioners, heat pumps and furnaces you can buy.

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Take Control at your home's comfort and efficiency with a complete line Thermostats and Zoning Systems.

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Find an Innovative Healthy Climate Solution to combat allergens, germs ,humidity imbalances.

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See how Lennox System deliver the best in Innovation, efficiency and comfort for every home.

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SOME HELPFUL

Frequently Asked Questions

Heating & Cooling FAQ

Sometimes homeowners turn the fan switch to "On" versus "Auto" which causes the indoor fan to run continuously. Turn the switch to "Auto" and the fan should stop running continuously.
Yes, there are a couple. The first is that you get constant filtering of the air in your home. The second is that because the air is moving, you have a more even temperature throughout the home. However, continuous fan mode during the cooling season may not be appropriate in humid climates. If the inside of your home feels uncomfortably humid, it is recommended that the fan be used in "Auto" mode.
On average, a furnace or air conditioner will last 10 - 20 years. Sometimes it pays to replace the old system sooner because of the higher efficiency (lower gas and electric bills) provided by newer equipment. Life expectancies can vary greatly. The major factors influencing life expectancy are proper installation and regular maintenance. Maintenance is a must to maximize efficiency and protect your investment.
Certainly, there are a variety of causes for airflow problems. Sometimes the problems are due to a dirty filter, coil, and/or blower which results in reduced air flow passing through the air handler and causing the air to die off in the outer branches of the duct system. From time to time the duct work comes loose and a minor reattachment repair can solve the problem. In a lot of cases, there are duct design issues. In these cases, a professional from COMFORT AIR ADVANCE should be called in to troubleshoot the situation. Solutions can range from some simple air balancing to replacement of ducts to advanced climate control systems such as a zone system.
Your forced-air heating system will perform more efficiently (i.e. save you money on energy bills and repair costs) if you... * Inspect filters once a month and replace them when they are dirty. * Make sure air supply and return vents in your home are not obstructed. Make sure nothing is in front of them or on top of them such as furniture, curtains, boxes, toys, etc. * Check chimney and venting systems once a year for secure fittings, leaks, corrosion, or damage. * Keep area around furnace clean and clutter free. Keep at least 3 - 4 feet totally clear all the way around your furnace. * Do not block the source of furnace combustion air by enclosing furnace in a small closet or by making the room it is located in too air tight. The furnace needs to pull air from its immediate surroundings.
Heating and A/C equipment should be serviced at least once a year. It is best to have the heating system checked in the Fall before the winter months and have the air conditioning checked in the Spring before the weather warms up.
Regular maintenance will extend the life of your equipment and reduce repair costs. Here are some simple tasks that should be done. * Keep debris, grass clippings, dirt, and leaves away from outdoor unit. * Use a hose to clear the aluminum fins from airborne debris (be careful, the fins bend easily. Use a regular hose without a spray nozzle, and a very soft brush with light to no pressure). * If your system operates on propane gas, regularly check your propane gas percentage to make sure you do not run out.

Duct Cleaning FAQ.

No, we have ways of keeping disturbance of dust to a minimum. Our guys are careful of your floors and walls while they work and you will not need to have your house cleaned when we are finished.
It is not noisy inside the house, although the power vac truck is running outside the home during the cleaning.
No, there is no need to leave the home during the process. The process and the technician are very neat and tidy, and no chemicals are used that would force anyone to leave the house. The technician will turn off the furnace or central air conditioner prior to cleaning the ducts, so could cool the home temperature down some in the winter, and make it warmer in the summer. If there is anyone within the home that may be sensitive to the temperature change, consider finding an alternative location for that particular person throughout the cleaning.
An average size house takes somewhere between 1.5 to 3 hours. Larger house take longer, but we will stay until the job is finished with no additional charges.
This is really personal preference. If nobody in your home suffers from severe allergies or asthma, and no remodeling has been done recently, every three years or so is great.
If it is a gas or oil furnace, it should be cleaned every 2-3 years.
A quick call to COMFORT AIR ADVANCE at 586-612-8409 and you can get a free, over the phone estimate for all your duct and furnace cleaning needs.