For over four decades people in Payson have known to call our number when their air conditioner, furnace or water heater wasn’t working.
Robert Moore has been taking care of customers and their home comfort need for over 30 of those years. Growing up in the family business, Robert learned every aspect of the heating and air conditioning industry.
“I learned the importance of quality from my father. I was four when he started his heating business so I grew up watching him and learning the business from him.” Robert states. “I cut my teeth on swamp coolers when I was a kid, and have worked on pretty much everything else since then. Dad taught me to never give the customer less than my best work. Do every job as if it was your own home and treat every customer how you would want your family treated. That has been a guiding principle my whole life.”
That desire for quality customer service is what persuaded Robert to start his own business.
That connection to family is why Nebo Comfort Systems is still a family business.
“Experience and trust are key factors in customer satisfaction,” Robert adds. “That is why we insist on certified technicians that meet and exceed the industry standards in commercial and residential HVAC.”
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Winter and spring in Utah can be a real mixed bag as far as the weather goes, with temperatures bouncing around from week to week and even day to day. But you can always count on one thing: summer is coming and when it does things are going to heat up fast. Nothing ruins a beautiful summer day when you really need your AC more than turning it on and having nothing happen.
Where’s the cold air???
Don’t get your summer get off to a miserable start with an AC that is going to let you down when you need it most.
While a lot of simple summer cleaning can be done on your own, much of the AC check up is best left to the professionals. No matter how handy you are around the rest of the home, air conditioning systems are complex pieces of equipment. We don’t recommend trusting something that is this important to your family’s summer comfort to just anyone, including yourself.
Getting Service You Trust On The Systems You Rely On The Most: Questions to Ask Your HVAC Contractor
Most of us aren’t lucky enough to have a heating and air conditioning guru in the family and we don’t want to be wandering in the dark when it comes to finding someone we can count on to repair our home comfort systems.
Furnace repair or air conditioning service are areas of expertise that most of us may not feel we even know enough about to know what questions to ask before we let a company into our homes, so here are a few questions you can ask before selecting a contractor to service or replace you home’s HVAC systems.
Your home comfort system is one of the largest energy users in your home, but it isn’t the only one, so here are some tips to help you save on those wallet busting power bills.
Swap out your traditional incandescent lightbulbs with the new compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and light emitting diodes (LEDs). That alone can save 80% of your lighting energy!
Replace your older air conditioner to a high-efficiency air conditioner. As one of the largest electrical power consumers in your home, that one investment can easily save you 20-50% on your power bill.
Install a cool-roof on your home. Designed to absorb less heat from the sun, they’ll help you run your AC less and save a significant amount on energy bills.
Insulate and seal your home to prevent heat loss in the winter and “cooling the great outdoors” in the summer.
Use less hot water for small laundry loads. Today’s laundry detergents are actually designed to work at lower temperatures, so doing fewer loads on hot can save on your power bill and make your clothes last longer.
Since most dishwashers heat the water within the unit, you can run your dishwasher with cold water saving the energy it takes to heat the water at the water heater, then again in the dishwasher.
Emergency Service is usually the most expensive service for a home or business owner. Planning ahead can save you time, inconvenience, and most importantly, money.
Having an HVAC technician look at your furnace and air conditioner will help prevent minor issues that are easily resolved from turning into major ones with major price tags. Those serious problems that often result from putting off maintenance come at a very high price.
Consider your family vehicle. You use it everyday, it keeps your family safe and comfortable, and it requires maintenance. You are aware of it and make sure to avoid major issues by keeping the oil changed, the fuel filter and air filter clean and so forth. Your home comfort equipment is much the same. Parts have routine wear on them as they operate to keep your family comfortable. Now take into consideration the average family changes vehicles every five to eight years. The expected life of your home comfort system is usually twice that, if you take care of it and give it the routine attention it needs. Just like your vehicle, without maintenance and tune-ups, your HVAC system won’t run as well or as long.
So whatever you Home or business comfort system needs are…