Woodall’s Total Comfort Systems, Inc, wants to serve you. We provide a wide range of services to meet your every home comfort need. The word Total in our name is evidence of this commitment; if you have a home comfort need we offer services to meet that need.

Emergency Service

Our trained technicians are available 24 hours a day seven days a week. Of course this includes holidays and weekends.

Preventative Maintenance

Would you buy a brand new car and never expect to have the air the tires, change the oil, or check out an unusual noise? You know you would have your car serviced at regular intervals; it is the wise thing to do. Well, the same goes for your home comfort system, you have invested hard earned money into your home comfort system, and like that car you want to keep it operating at peak efficiency and performance. Having your home comfort system serviced on a regular basis can prevent problems before they start to cause discomfort or high utility bills. We suggest having your home comfort system serviced a minimum of twice annually, once in the spring as the weather warms up, then again in the fall as the temperatures start cooling down. What is involved in a preventative maintenance call, well we go through an Inspection and Performance Check List. This Inspection and Performance Check List includes checking items like:
Thermostat operation, high voltage and low voltage connections, drain lines, drain pans, refrigerant charge, fan relays, compressor contactors, and oiling fan motors, but the list goes on. So call or email today and discuss with our Service Consultant your needs for a Preventative Maintenance call or contract.

Duct Cleaning

Just moving into a home you bought from someone else? Are you putting a fresh coat of paint on the walls, new floor coverings, wall paper? Buying that new house is a big investment; you spend time and money making that house which was once someone else’s yours. You try to remove any and all remains of the past owners, but by tearing out the flooring, changing the wall paper, and paint colors are you accomplishing this? What about your home comfort system? Did the past owners maintain it well? Or did they neglect the home comfort system by not changing the filter like they should? Poor filter maintenance, leads to dirty home comfort systems, which leads to dirty duct work. What is in your duct work? Did the previous owner smoke, have a house pet, did they maintain the total comfort system.

Indoor Air Quality Services

Indoor air quality is a growing concern for home owners and business owners. The EPA says that the air inside your home can be up to 7 times more polluted than the air outside your home. How do you know? Woodall’s Total Comfort Systems offers proven experience to address your indoor environment needs. We will evaluate your home or office looking for sources of contamination. We address the whole house or office not just a symptom that you may be experiencing. Improving the indoor air quality is beneficial for your health and your energy bill too. To improve the quality of air in your home or office we offer a wide variety of high quality, high efficient air filtration systems. These include electronic air cleaners, media filters, and whole house HEPA filters. Also, we offer Germicidal lights, which help eliminate air born bacteria, viruses, pet dander, dust mites, and many other organisms that contribute to poor indoor air quality. What part does humidity play in your indoor environment? You will probably be surprised. For more information on any indoor quality issue, contact us to schedule an in home evaluation.

Duct Sealing

All of us have heard the jokes about Duct Tape, right? Well, turns out duct tape is a joke. It is great for closing up boxes for storage, but it isn’t very good at sealing duct systems. Duct tape over years of subjection to heat and moisture can break down or just plan peal off. So what is better than duct tape? Mastic would be the correct answer. Mastic is a duct sealing material, that doesn’t break down when subjected to the heat of the attic, or the moisture in a crawl space. How do you determine if you have a leaky duct system? Well there are basically two ways of determining that, the best method would be to use a Duct Blaster. What is a Duct Blaster? A Duct Blaster is a diagnostic tool we use to measure air loss by pressure in a given duct system. The Duct Blaster is a fan with two pressure ports, the pressure ports measure entering pressure and internal pressure. The difference in the two pressures determines duct leakage; from there we can equate the leakage to an amount of total system loss through the duct system. This can help us calculate the energy dollars lost through duct leakage. After that test is performed, we introduce a smoke, much like that used in theatres for fog, into the duct system to help identify the leaking areas. From there we use mastic to seal the duct system and address any other problems with the duct system. After sealing the duct, we retest the duct system to make sure the leaks are sealed. Think you are blowing energy dollars under your home or in your attic, contact us and schedule a consultation.

Filter Service

One of the most important items in our home comfort systems are the filters. One of the most over looked items in our home comfort systems are the filters. Seems as long as the home comfort system is working properly, the filter is an easy item to over look. Neglecting to change your filter can lead to higher energy consumption, reduced comfort, and system break down. So why worry about changing your filter, contact us today about our filter service. We will remember to do it for you at a reasonable cost; we can even suggest ways to prolong the life of your filter. Maybe you would consider changing to a filter system that the filter only has to be replaced once a year? Contact us for details.

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