Thank you for visiting Indoor Comfort, Inc.
For more than 25 years Indoor Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning has been serving Eau Claire, the Chippewa Valley and West Central Wisconsin. Our customers know that our dedicated staff and "industry best" product line will provide unmatched quality and value. Serving both residential and light commercial cooling and heating customers, Indoor Comfort provides sales, installation, maintenance and service for all your Heating and Air Conditioning needs. We are the areas Amana dealer which means that only Indoor Comfort can give you unmatched quality and value that comes with Amana Heating and Air Conditioning products.
Even though we are the areas Amana dealer, we can service all major types of air conditioning and heating systems and brands, so don't let that stop you from calling us to service your system.
Did you know?
A few degrees can make more of a difference in your heating or cooling bill than it can in your comfort level. Keep the thermostat between 65° and 68°F (18° to 20°C). Chances are you won't notice a few degrees.
In areas that are accessible, such as attics and crawl spaces, add an extra layer of insulation. Be aware, you can add too much, so consult an expert or utility company representative to determine the appropriate amount to add.
Forced air furnaces have filters that trap dirt and dust. For efficient air flow, they should be cleaned or replaced. Shake reusable filters outside or spray them with a garden hose. Make sure they´re dry before replacing.
Since warm air rises, it tends to be trapped in the highest areas of your home. A ceiling or portable fan running at a very low speed can help distribute warm air more evenly and reduce the desire to turn the heat up.
Keep heating vents unobstructed. These are often in or near the floor, and can easily end up under a dresser or a pile of clothes.
Replace damaged weather stripping and caulk any leaks you find around windows, doors and electrical outlets. Make sure you don't caulk around storm windows - it holds in moisture and can cause damage to the wood frame.