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The acronym HVAC stands for Heating Ventilation and Air-Conditioning.
Clogged filters are a common problem. A clogged filter causes a heating and cooling system to become inefficient. In short, the system is working harder than necessary to effectively cool or heat the rooms in a home. Another common problem is a malfunctioning belt or fan. This problem prevents the warm and cool air from flowing evenly throughout a home.
These licensed contractors provide installation as well as HVAC repair and maintenance services.
The contractors listed here are licensed to perform installations, repairs, and HVAC maintenance services. Also, many of the licensed contractors have NATE North American Technician Excellence certification. NATE is a respected certification program for professionals in the industry. The licensed contractors on this list are expert at what they do.
There are 227 individual dealers listed on this page.
These contractors use Bryant and/or Carrier HVAC systems and related products.
Both Bryant and Carrier make furnaces, central heating and air-conditioning systems, heat pumps, boilers, forced air, ductless, indoor air quality products, controls and thermostats.
One example is Comfort Heat Technology. Other examples include Greenspeed Intelligence, Ideal Humidity System Technology, and Hybrid Heat System.
A few examples include Serpentuff, Zone Perfect Plus, AeroQuiet, and Evolution Control.
Yes. These contractors serve residents in Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina.
A licensed contractor will look for reasons why a heating and cooling system is performing in an inefficient way. He or she may do some HVAC troubleshooting connected with the airflow of the system. The thermostat controls will be checked as well as the filters. Fans and belts are also examined by a technician. By checking the various parts of a system, a contractor can find the cause of its inefficient operation.
The licensed contractors featured on this site can handle jobs both big and small! Yes, they can replace the controls/thermostat of a heating and cooling system. They are capable of handling installations, repairs, and maintenance services of all kinds.
The acronym stands for Annual Fuel Utilization Rating. This term relates to the overall efficiency of your heating and cooling system.
This acronym stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. This relates to the performance and the efficiency of an air-conditioning system. The U.S. Department of Energy sets a minimum SEER rating.
This acronym stands for the Heating Seasonal Performance Factor. This rating relates to the efficiency of a heat pump.
No. This site helps customers to find reliable, licensed HVAC contractors who use reliable heating and cooling equipment and products.
This type of system doesn't use air ducts. Instead, this efficient system has indoor air-handling devices along with an outdoor compressor.
This piece of equipment heats or cools a house or business by transferring heat from an external source such as the ground or even the air outside.
Some examples of maintenance services include inspection of a system's air ducts, replacing air filters, sealing air leaks as well as checking and tightening connections. Most licensed contractors have a checklist of maintenance services for heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems.
Yes. Regular maintenance services can help to prevent HVAC repair work. During a regular maintenance check a licensed contractor may find a potential problem. He or she can correct the problem before it becomes worse.
Yes. A licensed contractor can give a homeowner direction on things they can do help maintain their system. One easy method of preventative maintenance is regularly changing the air filters of a heating and cooling system.
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