Installing a central heating and air system can be a huge step towards making your home and family much more comfortable. In many cases, single-room heating and cooling systems just won’t do what you need them to do. In contrast, a central heating and air system uses ducting to evenly and efficiently heat or cool your whole house.
Our experienced technicians will assist you in choosing the system that is perfect for the temperatures and humidity levels that affect your home. We offer systems to meet all home sizes, budgets and climates.
- Energy Efficient
- Durable, reliable and guaranteed
Utilize “zoning” so that you can control the temperature in different areas of your house. This can help you save energy.
Use only environmentally-friendly refrigerants that are not damaging to the environment.
Absolutely. If you replace your old units with new, Energy Star rated air conditioners and furnaces, you can expect to be much more energy efficient than before. Newer furnaces utilize technologies such as electronic ignitions, which replace continuously burning pilot lights. Upgrading to a new air conditioner and furnace can help you reduce pollution, save money and save energy.
The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) measures how effective air conditioning systems are during the most demanding times of year. Depending on your situation, you may not need to buy the unit with the highest SEER rating. We will make a unit recommendation based on your budget, weather conditions and the size of your home.
In order to work properly, central air conditioning and heating systems must work together using the same ducts. In most cases, these two systems are installed at the same time. In some cases, however, it is possible to add air conditioning later. We have experience with this scenario and would be more than happy to help out.
In most cases, yes you can. This all depends on how your home is laid out. Give us a call and we can provide you with a solid answer as well as a Free Estimate.