Our Services

We Offer a Range of HVAC Services to Meet Your Needs

COMMERCIAL COOLING

  • Air Conditioner Repair - Don’t let your coworkers or employees suffer through another day in a hot, stuffy workplace! Is your company’s air conditioner acting up, freezing up, or making too much noise? Our experienced team of HVAC professionals is here to keep your company cool. We repair all makes and models, rooftop and indoor units, and we will never try to sell you a service you don’t need. Our technicians are honest and hard working, and we’re always transparent and fair about the work we do.

  • Air Conditioner Replacement - In your business, oftentimes you need to look at the bigger picture. Our professionals do that as well. Sometimes a repair is not sufficient to fix your air conditioner. Sometimes a new air conditioner is the most cost-effective and energy-efficient way to go. Even though it may be a little more expensive up front, it’s an investment in your company. With a new system, you will actually be spending less in energy and cooling costs. We will always be honest with you about whether replacing your air conditioner makes sense. We value our time and your money—we don’t want to perform repairs or service on an appliance that is in need of replacement. If your company does need an air conditioner replacement, we know that your attention needs to be on your business, so let us help you with the air conditioner information and details.

COMMERCIAL HEATING

We install, service, and repair all commercial makes and models. If you need heating service, we are the company to call. Our skilled technicians are qualified to solve just about any repair or installation that you throw at u

Furnace Repair

Don’t let your coworkers and employees get left in the cold! Is your company’s furnace acting up, blowing cold air, or making too much noise? Our experienced team of professionals is here to keep your company warm in this weather. We repair all makes and models, rooftop and indoor units, and we will never try to sell you a service you don’t need. Our technicians are honest and hard working, and we’re always transparent and fair about the work we do.

Furnace Replacement

In your business, oftentimes you need to look at the bigger picture. Our professionals do that as well. Sometimes a repair is not sufficient to fix your furnace. Sometimes a new furnace is the most cost-effective and energy-efficient way to go. Even though it may be a little more expense up front, it’s an investment in your company. With a new system, you will actually be spending less in energy and heating costs. We will always be honest with you about a possible furnace replacement. We value our time and your money––we don’t want to perform repairs or service on an appliance that is in need of replacement.

If your company does need a furnace replacement, we know that your attention needs to be on your business, so let us help you with the furnace information and details.

RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Air Conditioning

What happens in the AC process is actually the removal of heat from the air. Your AC uses a chemical called refrigerant to remove heat and transfer it outside. The warm air runs through the lines and coils in your unit and goes from liquid to gas and back again. During this process, the refrigerant removes the heat and transfers it elsewhere so that when the air comes out the other side, it is cool.

AIR CONDITIONING BASICS

Condenser

The condenser is the outside metal unit and where the gas from the compressor is condensed into a liquid. The gas entering the condenser is very hot. The temperature is then lowered, so the gas can convert back to a liquid.

 

Compressor

The compressor is inside the condenser. It circulates the pressurized refrigerant, to concentrate the heat, and changes the low pressure gas to high pressure.

Evaporator

The evaporator is the part of the system inside the home. In simple language, it absorbs the heat from your home.

Expasion Valve

The expansion valve controls the amount of refrigerant in your system.


All of these pieces are connected by a copper tube that handles refrigerant, creating a closed loop. Heat is collected in the evaporator, sent outside to the condenser. The heat is removed, and the cool air is recirculated back into your home.

MAINTENANCE! MAINTENANCE! MAINTENANCE!

Your air conditioner needs regular checkups to keep it running in tip-top shape. Having regular annual preventative maintenance will bring your system longer life and fewer breakdowns over all.

Furnaces

We can calculate the correct size furnace for your home. The number of BTUs, or British Thermal Units, needed to heat your home is dependent on a number of variables. Contrary to what you might think, a bigger furnace may not necessarily mean more heating power for your home.

Furnace Repair

Don’t get left in the cold! Is your furnace acting up, blowing cold air, or making too much noise? Our experienced team of professionals is here to keep your home warm and cozy. We repair all makes and models, and we will never try to sell you a service that you don’t need. Our technicians are honest and hard working, and we’re always transparent and fair about the work we do.

Furnace Replacement

Sometimes a repair is not sufficient to fix your furnace. Sometimes a new furnace is the most cost-effective and energy-efficient way to go. We will always be honest with you about a possible furnace replacement. We value our time and your money––we don’t want to perform repairs or service on an appliance that is in need of replacement.

What Are The Different Types Of Furnaces?

Single Stage: A single-stage furnace has only one stage of operation. It can either be turned on or turned off.

Two Stage: A two-stage furnace has two settings––full and half speed. This is a more efficient way to heat and provides for better comfort, because it can move the air at a slower pace.

Variable Stage or Modulating: A variable-stage or modulating furnace modulates the speed and heat output based on the temperature outside and the desired comfort level. This furnace only works as much as you need it, making this type the most energy-efficient type of furnace.

Mini Splits

Mini-splits are heating and cooling systems that allow you to control the temperatures in individual rooms or spaces.

Mini-split systems have two main components -- an outdoor compressor/condenser and an indoor air-handling unit(s) (evaporator). They are easy to install usually requiring only a three-inch hole through a wall for the conduit; which houses the power and communication cables, copper tubing, and a condensation drain line, linking the outdoor and indoor units.

Mini-split heat pumps are not only great solutions for whole home or new constructions but make good retrofit add-ons to houses with “non-ducted” heating systems, such as hydronic (hot water heat), radiant panels, and space heaters (wood, kerosene, propane). They can also be a good choice for room additions where extending or installing distribution ductwork is not feasible, and energy efficient new homes that require only a small space conditioning system.

Water Heaters

Water heaters are sold based on how many gallons they hold. But more importantly, you want to look at the “first-hour rating” for storage-tank water heaters and “gallons-per-minute” rating for tankless. These numbers will give you a better idea of how much hot water you will get within a set amount of time.

 

The size and type of water heater that will work best for your family can be a complicated decision to make. Contact us or request service online, and one of our certified technicians can tell you what size and type of water heater will best suit your needs.

Storage Tank Heaters

Storage-tank heaters are basically tall cylinders filled by a cold-water pipe, and water is heated in the tank, then distributed through a hot-water pipe. These are typically fueled by gas and can run off a separate line or your already-established natural gas line. Sometimes you will see these heated by oil or electric, but gas is the most economical way to heat this.

Tankless Heaters

Tankless heaters are sometimes called “instantaneous water heaters” and are often no bigger than a suitcase. They heat only the amount of water needed by an electric coil or natural gas. Tankless heaters have a longer life expectancy and are more energy efficient, but they have a limited flow rate that can be an issue with larger households.

Hybrid Electric Heaters

Hybrid electric heaters are conventional water heaters paired with a heat pump, in which a heat pump is used to heat the water in your tank. These are two to three times more energy efficient than a typical storage-tank heater and cost less to operate. These systems are dependent on the geographical location of your home and the space where they will be installed.

Solar Water Heaters

Solar water heaters are similar to an electric water heater, but instead of using a heat pump to heat the water, solar energy is used. This system works the same to heat the water as a heat pump, by transferring heat and energy to a coil system––using solar energy rather than ground energy. These systems are up to 50 percent more energy efficient than their counterparts but also require a backup system for use on cloudy or high-demand days.