Furnace and Air Conditioner Installation
If you have a newly built home or your old heating or cooling system has completely failed, it’s obvious that you’ll need a new heater or air conditioner. However, installing a new heater or air conditioner sometimes makes more sense than repairing your old one. You might want to switch to a different fuel source, or you might want a more efficient system.
Factors that dictate what model will work best for you include the size of your home, BTU rating, SEER2 rating, Energy Star rating, cost, available rebates, and warranties. You can also choose either a single-stage system or a multi-stage system, depending on the needs of your home. In any case, talk to a professional for guidance on choosing the right model.
Routine HVAC System Maintenance
Regular maintenance for your current system is one of the best ways to ensure that your furnace and air conditioner work well for a long time. Routine maintenance helps you improve your indoor air quality and run more efficiently. It will also help ensure that you have less need for expensive repairs.
You should have your heater and air conditioner maintained by a professional at least once a year. In addition to a regular tune-up, you can invest in duct cleaning. It will clear out the dust, pollen, and any moisture collected in the ductwork. During a maintenance appointment, we will clean the drains and coils, inspect the motors, test the thermostat functionality, monitor the refrigerant levels, change the filters, and provide a variety of other services that will help ensure that your heater and air conditioner will reach their maximum lifespan.
Keeping your home at a comfortable temperature, humidity, and air purity level is much easier when you work with an experienced company. Our knowledgeable technicians perform expert heating and air conditioning installation, maintenance, and repair. We work with stand-alone units, packaged systems, heat pumps, and ductless systems.