Jeff Ockinga started the company, Complete Comfort Heating and Cooling in 1998. We are your trusted and dependable HVAC company providing heating and air conditioning services for both residential and commercial customers in Omaha.We are here to assist you with your air conditioning, heating, and geothermal needs. We’re pleased to provide service to both residential and commercial clients and repair all makes and types of equipment.
Customers are our main concern and we treat each customers’ home like our own. Our professionals are trained to keep the location they work in cleaner than when they found it. Whether it’s brand new installation or routine service, our factory-trained technicians supply expertise you can depend on.
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Air Conditioner Repair
For fast, reliable, honest air conditioner repair in Omaha, call us today! We service all makes and models of air conditioners and heat pumps and will have you back up and running in no time! Did you know one of the primary reasons for air conditioner breakdown is a dirty air filter? Check and replace your filter on a regular basis to prevent costly repair bills. When the airflow is restricted the coil will fall below freezing, turning the coil to a block of ice. Faulty blower motors and dirty evaporator coils can also cause this freeze up.
Any time you can see ice on any components of your air conditioner, the problem needs to be immediately addressed. Continuing to operate a system that has ice buildup can cause premature damage to the system’s components, including the compressor. If you are experiencing these symptoms, turn your thermostat to off and let things defrost completely.
Other reasons for air conditioner breakdown is low refrigerant levels. Too little refrigerant will cause the unit to be unable to absorb enough heat causing a freeze up. If refrigerant levels are low, there is typically a leak that should be diagnosed by a qualified technician. Some leaks are minor enough that recharging the refrigerant will temporarily solve the problem. Unforunately leaks get worse and not better and eventually the part that is leaking refrigerant will need to be replaced.
We offer 24 hour service and our technicians are fully trained, friendly, and knowledgable. We carry most replacement parts on our trucks and will give you up front pricing after repairs are diagnosed. Trust your cooling needs to the professionals at Complete Comfort. Don’t worry about it we’ll take care of it!
Look no further than Complete Comfort to take care of your heating needs in the Omaha area. We offer furnace repair, heat pump service, and maintenance agreements to give you peace of mind and Furnace Repairsave you money. Our friendly technicians service all makes and models of gas and electric furnaces along with geothermal heat pumps.
The reasons for furnace breakdowns will vary from a dirty air filter to dirty components such as the ignitor, pilot light assembly, or sensor. Sometimes the blower motor, transformer, control board or run capacitor may be the problem. There are a number of dangerous components associated with both gas and electric furnaces. It is always best to have a qualified HVAC technician inspect and repair this equipment for the safety of you and your family.
Don’t forget to check the batteries on your thermostat too! This alone may save a visit from one of our technicians! Furnace repair doesn’t have to be costly. With high dollar items such as a furnace, it makes good sense to scheduled someone to inspect it on a yearly basis to ensure that it’s running optimally and safely! Whether you are looking for scheduled maintenance or emergency repair, Complete Comfort is available 24/7 to meet all of your heating needs!
Not only is installing a geothermal heat pump energy efficient and great for the environment, there are also great incentives available. With a Federal Tax Credit of 30% and various progams in Iowa and Nebraska, installing a geothermal heat pump makes more sense than ever!
In May of 2012, Iowa Governor Terry Branstad signed SF 2342 into law which enacted a number of Iowa tax incentives for residential geothermal installation. Geothermal heat pumps installed on residential property are also eligible for a tax credit equal to 20% of the Federal Tax Credit. Because the federal tax credit is set at 30%, the state tax credit is equal to 6% of the system cost. Any credit in excess of the tax payer’s liability may be carried forward for up to 10 years. The credit may be applied retroactively to systems installed beginning January 1, 2012. The Iowa Department of Revenue must issue rules for implementing the credit. As always, check with your tax advisor on how you can best utilize this tax credit.
We do Whatever It Takes to help you out–and financing is no exception. Through the Wells Fargo Financial National Bank program, we offer several flexible options for your new Bryant product or system. Investing in your home’s comfort has never been easier! Apply now to take care of that unexpected heating and cooling need without breaking your budget.