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$4999

HEATER & A/C

installation & replacement

  • Gas Furnace 80-92% AFUE
  • Outside AC Unit 2-3 TON 13 SEER
  • Indoor AC Coil 2-3 TON
  • Copper lineset 3/8 3/4 25 feet
  • Condensate Pump
  • Air Filter
  • Programmable Thermostat
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best offers

$3499

A/C

installation & replacement

  • Outside AC Unit 2-3 TON 13 SEER
  • Indoor AC Coil 2-3 TON
  • Copper lineset 3/8 3/4 25 feet
  • Programmable Thermostat
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best offers

$1999

HEATER

installation & replacement

  • Gas Furnace 80-92% AFUE
  • Air Filter
  • Programmable Thermostat
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best offers

$69

AC TUNE-UP

  • Replace all standard one inch filters (all special filters come with additional cost);
  • Monitor all voltage and amps. on electrical components;
  • Inspect condenser and evaporator coils;
  • Inspect safety switched for proper operation;
  • Test and inspect capacitors;
  • Measure temperature difference between supply and return air;
  • Check refrigerate pressure;
  • Check and calibrate thermostat if needed;
  • Full transparent analysis of the air conditioner to the client.

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Heating & Cooling FAQ

  • HVAC lifespan?

    A well maintained HVAC system can run efficiently for 12-15 years and a furnace for 15-25 years. If you have an older system in your home that has required many repairs recently, consider upgrading to a new system.

  • Why to replace HVAC?

    An HVAC unit may run for many years past the recommended replacement date. However, for a lot of those years it will probably run well below its rated EER. Which means it is running inefficiently and costing you extra money every year.

  • Replace HVAC system at once?

    If your condenser, furnace and ducting are all old it is better to replace them all at once. You won`t reap as much benefits (better airflow, higher efficiency, etc.) upgrading only part of your system to a new system.

  • How to save money on HVAC repairs?

    • Regularly replace your HVAC filters
    • Have your HVAC regularly maintained
    • Keep the area around your condenser clean to prevent any damage to the system
    • Seal any leaks around windows or doors to prevent your ac from overworking
    • Hire an HVAC professional you can trust