Service Experts Heating and Air Conditioning was built with the understanding of delivering customers with the best heating and cooling practices in the industry. Since its inception, Peachtree Service Experts in Atlanta has been dedicated to our area, offering the first class HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning) products and services in the area. If you want more specifics about your area HVAC leaders, simply dial us at 678-235-9699 or set up an appointment with us online.
Looking to cut down your home heating and cooling costs? Trane TruComfort™ Variable speed systems do just that. Trane TruComfort™ runs at the speed necessary to keep your home continuously comfortable – automatically adjusting up and down within one-half degree of your setting and constantly circulating air. The result? Running at up to 21 SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) – which means affordable residential heating and air for you.
Hospital operating theatres, in which air is filtered to high levels to reduce infection risk and the humidity controlled to limit patient dehydration. Although temperatures are often in the comfort range, some specialist procedures, such as open heart surgery, require low temperatures (about 18 °C, 64 °F) and others, such as neonatal, relatively high temperatures (about 28 °C, 82 °F).
With more than 100 years in the field, Lennox has continuously offered industry-leading innovation and technology while preserving high durability and reliability standards. The professionals at Van Haaften Plumbing & Heating help bring those standards to Pella so that you can always have complete home comfort. If you’re searching for a new HVAC system or even if you just have a question about what we offer, give us a ring at 641-628-3621 or set up an appointment with us online. We’d love to hear from you.
After discussing faulty AC system symptoms with you, Jiffy Lube® technicians begin the service by visually inspecting the air conditioning compressor drive belt, serpentine belt and all accessible components for cracks, leaks or damage. Then they check the operation of the air conditioning compressor. If no leaks or damage are found, they evacuate the refrigerant from the system, vacuum test it, and recharge the air conditioning system using the appropriate refrigerant according to your vehicle manufacturer's recommendations.
This time we had a major issue with our sewage line related to roots. Was terrible. But we called Billy Howe and Mike came and did an Incredible job. Not only he explained really well what was going on but he was careful and knowledgeable. I was so relief that not only we trust in BH team but we were lucky that was Mike coming to execute the service.
There is nothing worse than having your air conditioner break in the middle of a long, hot summer. You can ensure your air conditioning unit stays in working order all year long with regular service. Sometimes, however, repairs are necessary whether it’s fixing the evaporator, capacitor, or condenser or recharging the refrigerant. Most air conditioner repairs cost between $163 and $528 with most homeowners reporting that they spend about $344. If you do need a repair, here is some information to help you get it done quickly, professionally, and economically.
Your system is 10 - 15 years old: Follow this simple rule of thumb from Energy Star—if your current system is over 10 years old, it's time to start looking into an HVAC replacement. Most HVAC systems last for about 15 years, so there’s no immediate need to replace yours if it’s still functioning properly. But by doing your research now, you’ll know just what you want to do should your HVAC system suddenly stop working properly.
The basic concept behind air conditioning is said to have been applied in ancient Egypt, where reeds were hung in windows and were moistened with trickling water. The evaporation of water cooled the air blowing through the window. This process also made the air more humid, which can be beneficial in a dry desert climate. In ancient Rome, water from aqueducts was circulated through the walls of certain houses to cool them. Other techniques in medieval Persia involved the use of cisterns and wind towers to cool buildings during the hot season.
Before you service an air conditioner, make sure the unit is turned completely off by unplugging or shutting off the circuit breaker. Then, rake off any debris from the unit and use a soft brush to remove dirt from the outside cover. If the small copper pipe connecting the unit to the house feels hot, the unit’s coils likely needs to be washed. Remove the outside cover, cover the motor and wiring with a plastic sheet, and hose down the fins, coils, and inside of the unit. Finally, replace the cover when you’re done.
All AC repairs were not created equal. While a new filter could cost as low as $20, a refrigerant leak repair can cost up to $1,600. Just like any aspect of the house, certain repairs will mostly depend on the damage. Clearly, the more serious issues will cost more. That not only means more time for the HVAC pro, but more complexity and materials as well. Sadly, neither come without a hefty markup.
Through our relationship with Wells Fargo Financial National Bank, Edwards Heating & Air offers a variety of rewarding options for financing your new Carrier product or system with approved credit. We facilitate your investment in quality solutions to home comfort without straining your monthly budget. With convenient monthly payments, competitive interest rates, flexible financing terms, and online account management, you can answer an unexpected need, enjoy superior equipment, and take advantage of innovative features that best suit your home and lifestyle. Carrier financing allows you to save existing funding sources, like a home equity line of credit, credit card or bank account, for other needs or emergencies. To learn more about financing options, or to hear about special financing promotions, contact Edwards Heating & Air and speak to an informed and helpful member of our team.
They were quick to come out and diagnose the problem with my furnace, but I thought the estimate of $549 a bit high to replace the circuit board. So called around and found Leo's Appliance in Concord that sells appliance parts and the circuit board was only $90.49 - that is the retail cost to me, so I imagine the wholesale cost is a lot less. So BEWARE of this company since they wanted $500!!! to replace the circuit board which is located right in the front of the furnace - extremely easy to access. I hate it that you cannot trust repair companies.