LEARN ABOUT YOUR OPTIONS
Did you know the average lifespan on a home air conditioner or heating system is 12-15 years? If yours is that old and the repair costs are starting to add up, it may be time for a new installation.
As a homeowner you will be required to make decisions regarding your home’s heating and cooling system. One of the biggest investments you may have to make is getting a new furnace or air conditioner installed.
We are here to help you navigate the process and choose a unit that best fits you and your family’s needs.
Systems we Install
We have experience proving installations of the following systems:
- Air conditioners
- Air handlers
- Ductless heating and cooling units
- Heat pumps
- Indoor air quality units
- Water heaters
Advantages of Choosing us as your Contractor
- Modern and updated air conditioners
- Service for all major brands
- Guarantee on all services rendered
- Technicians that are fully licensed and insured
- Emergency 24/7 services when needed
- Weatherization and home performance services
- Financing options when needed
Having a new heating or cooling system installed is a major investment and you may require some assistance. We provide competitive financing options to help you get the new unit you need.
To protect you from surprise breakdowns and costly repairs, we provide a comprehensive maintenance package backed up by both parts and labor warranties.
- 1-year labor warranty on new installations
- Up to 12 year manufacturer warranty on new installations
WHAT SIZE SYSTEM DO I NEED?
When it comes to choosing an energy-efficient unti, there’s no one size fits all model. If your home’s furnace or air conditioner is too large, it will turn on and off more often, losing its efficiency.
If it’s too small, it needs to work harder, running more often without adequately heating or cooling your space.
HOW WE DETERMINE THE RIGHT SIZE SYSTEM FOR YOUR NEEDS
There are many other factors that need to be considered, such as:
- Age of Home
- Number of Windows
- Room Sizes
- Average Climate
- Building Insulation
Our experienced team of heating technicians can help determine the right size system for your needs based on these factors.
WHY CHOOSE A HIGH-EFFICIENCY SYSTEM?
Different systems deliver different efficiency levels. You can find out your system’s efficiency by looking at the yellow energy guide attached to it. If your system is 82% efficient, then it’s using 82% of its fuel to heat your home.
The higher your system’s efficiency is, the lower its fuel usage becomes—which means it costs less money to run.
High-efficiency systems tend to cost more upfront, but the long-term savings in monthly heating and cooling costs can be well worth the initial investment.
Find out what size system you need by contacting our licensed and certified team of technicians.