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20825 State Route 410 E Pmb 320 , Bonney Lake- 98391
Washington , United States  United States
(+1) 2089531247 http://aircomfortzone.com
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Today (Monday) Open 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Air Comfort Zone, LLC - Bonney Lake

Air Comfort Zone LLC. is owned by Rubin Chervak. Overall we have ten years’ experience in installing, designing and fostering heating and cooling duct designs. A team of well-trained specialists actively work with your architect and contractor to design chase clearances to accommodate airflow requirements.

After loading the schedule report, our computer analyzes the accurate inputs and building design information as defined in the ACCA Manual J. Based on J load, the equipment is selected and the duct system is designed according to the ACCA Manual D. Manuals are delivered in the broad structure to make you read conveniently. We are experienced in installing air conditioning units for both small homes and large luxury custom homes. We provide all your requirements at the affordable price. For further details call us at (208)935-1247.

Business Operation Hours
Monday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Other HVAC Services : Air Balancing, Central Air Conditioner, Ductwork

Service Type : No,All customers come to the business location

HVAC Services

Air Balancing – Air Balancing is the adjusting of an air conditioning system so that the right amount of air is delivered to the right places in your home in order to achieve the proper heating and cooling effect.

Air Handler – The air handler of your heating and cooling system is the portion of your air conditioner or heating system that forces air through your home’s ductwork.

Central Air Conditioner – Central air conditioning systems have two parts. An evaporator that removes unwanted heat from the air and transfers it to a refrigerant; and a condenser that removes unwanted heat from the refrigerant and transfers that heat outdoors. The primary component of a condenser is typically the condenser coil, through which the refrigerant flows.

CFM – CFM is an acronym that stands for Cubic Feet per Minute. This measurement of airflow that indicates how many cubic feet of air pass by a stationary point in one minute. The higher the number, the more air is being forced through the system.

Damper – THe damper is a type of “valve” used in duct work that opens or closes to control airflow. Dampers are used in zoning to control the amount of warm or cool air entering certain areas of your home.

Ductwork – Ductwork are hollow pipes used to transfer air from the Air Handler to the air vents throughout your home. The Ductwork is one of the most important components of your homes’ heating and cooling system.

Heat Gain – Heat Gain is the transfer of heat from outside to inside by means of conduction, convection and radiation through all surfaces of a house.

Latent Heat – Latent heat is heat that when added or removed, causes a change in state – but no change in temperature.

Load Calculation – A load calculation use a series of protocols, such as the “Manual J”, performed to determine the heating or cooling requirements of your home. An energy load analysis uses information such as the square footage of your home, window and door areas, insulation quality and local climate to determine the heating and cooling capacity needed by your furnace, heat pump or air conditioner.

Outlet – An “outlet” is how the conditioned air enters the living space. These 5? diameter outlets can be placed in the ceiling, wall, or floor.

Plenum – The Plenum carries air to the different ducts to be distributed throughout the house.

Programmable Thermostat – A programmable thermostat is a type of thermostat that allows the user to program a pre-set schedule of times to turn on your air conditioning system.

Return Air – Return air is air drawn into a heating/cooling unit after having been circulated from the cooling/heating unit output supply to a room.

SEER – SEER is an acronym for the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio which is a measure of the cooling efficiency of your air conditioner or heat pump. The higher the SEER number, the more efficient the system is at converting electricity into cooling power.

Sensible Heat – SEnsible heat is energy that raises or lowers the temperature of a gas, liquid or solid when added or removed from that material.

Ton – A ton is a unit of measure for cooling capacity.

Velocity – Velocity is the speed at which a substance passes a point.

Zoning – Zoning is the practice of dividing a home into small sections for heating and cooling control. Each section is selected so that one thermostat can be used to determine its requirements.

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