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All of the heating and air service providers we partner with are properly licensed to ensure they repair or replace your heating or air conditioning unit correctly the first time. No surprises.

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Frequently Asked HVAC Questions

How much is it going to cost?

When your heating or air conditioning unit fails or needs to be upgraded, the cost can vary substantially based on how your home is built, the location of the unit, and the issues your current heating and air conditioning system is experiencing. A knowledgable tech can come out to your home at your convenience for a no-obligation estimate.

Should I upgrade my unit, or repair it?

While replacing your unit with a new energy efficient model will save you money in the long run, sometimes a repair is all you need to keep your house comfortable. An experienced HVAC pro can take a look at your system and give you a few options that you can consider once you have more information.

How can I save money on my utility bill?

According to, replacing your old air conditioning unit with a new energy efficient system could save you up to 40% on your home cooling costs. Look for a SEER of at least 15, a variable speed air handler, and ensure the unit has a thermal expansion valve.

What is an energy efficient home?

Old heating and air conditioning units aren’t nearly as efficient as newer models, and the smart thermostats that control these new units have made huge improvements in recent years. Upgrading to energy efficient heating and air conditioning units, and installing a new smart temperature control can significantly improve the energy efficiency of your home.