Shoshone HVAC Contractor
Many older homes in Shoshone were built pre-central heat and air. This is a luxury that many of us have to enjoy and when moving into an older home, we find that this luxury is also a necessity. We tend to lose tolerance for heat as we grow older and those old window air conditioning units just look tacky. However, the whole idea of having to add ducts to a home can sound difficult and expensive, but it is easier than you might think.
Central heat and air uses a primary heating appliance such as a furnace that is often located in an area such as a small closet, basement or garage. These systems deliver heat throughout the house through pumped warm air through a system of air ducts or by sending hot water or steam through pipes to room radiators. In newer homes, the system is usually built in with the home. The duct system may be set up with an air conditioner, heat pump, or furnace. There are also two types of systems including a forced air system and a gravity system. Gravity systems, however, do not provide air conditioning and can only provide heat. If your Shoshone HVAC system includes an air conditioner, then the system is a forced-air system.
Air conditioners and heat pumps are forced air systems that share ductwork. The air conditioner runs on electricity and removes heat from air through refrigeration. The heat pump is capable of providing both heating and cooling. In the winter, the heat pump extracts the heat from outside air and delivers it into the home. In the summer it does the opposite. It extracts the cool air and pumps it into the home. These systems tend to be very economical and use only one duct system.
Home Heating & Air Conditioning - Shoshone HVAC Contractor
Your safety and peace of mind come first. This seal of safety indicates our companies dedication to protect the safety and well being of you and your family by enforcing background and drug testing on all our employees as well as professional training. Our Shoshone HVAC technicians will always be wearing Home Heating & Air Conditioning uniforms as well as their photo identification badge.
Shoshone Air Conditioning Installation
Comfort is Essential! A new comfort system should not just be installed, but first, designed to meet your needs and maximize your comfort.
Did you know that over 50% of Shoshone HVAC systems are not operating up to factory designed specifications? Poor design and installation are the leading factors. We pride ourselves on going beyond industry standards for installation and focus on addressing your comfort needs.
Shoshone AC Repairs
If you're operating an inefficient system that breaks down a lot, it's likely that it's going to break down again. That means more costs in emergency service calls and possible damage to the other components of your Shoshone heating and air conditioning system.
Think about the ongoing cost factor. You could save up to 40% on your energy bills with new high-efficiency equipment. If your Shoshone air conditioner is over five years old, it could be very inefficient by today's energy efficiency standards. Installing a new, high-efficiency air conditioning system can actually pay for itself in energy savings within a relatively short time.
Services We Provide In Shoshone
- Air Conditioning Repairs
- AC Installation
- Duct Repairs
- Heating Repairs
- Water Heaters
- Tankless Water Heaters
- Furnace Repairs
- Heat Pumps
- Air Filtration Systems
- Hepa Filters
- Carbon Monoxide Protection
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