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No unit lasts forever. When it’s time to replace your HVAC system, we’ll find the system that’s right for you.

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Since we started, our specialty has been working with contractors, developers, and builders on large commercial and residential projects. We have the experience it takes to quote, manage, and complete jobs that need more than 100 units.

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Old unit wasting your money? See how much you can save by upgrading to a new energy efficient system.

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We’re happy to offer financing through one of our trusted lending partners. See how easy it is to get approved for an affordable rate.

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Hot Tips

Clean Condenser Coils

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, a dirty condenser coil can increase energy consumption by 30%. To clean your condenser coils, follow these simple steps:

  • 1. Make sure the power to the unit is turned off
  • 2. Spray the coils with a hose
  • 3. Mix an alkyne based detergent to the manufacturer’s instructions
  • 4. Spray the detergent and wait five minutes for it to foam
  • 5. Wash off detergent with a hose

This is just one easy way to save money on your utility bill and extend the life of your unit. Another great way to do this is to sign up for our preventative maintenance plan.

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Cool Tips

Replace Line Insulation

Adding new insulation to compressor lines will decrease energy loss and increase energy savings. To replace the insulation, follow these simple steps:

  • Turn off the unit at the power source.
  • Locate the compressor line - it should be the larger of the lines and be cold to the touch.
  • Remove old insulation and use a putty knife to scrape off remaining adhesive.
  • Measure the length of the line.
  • Cut the new piece of insulation to needed length.
  • Remove adhesive liner and place insulation on the line.

Once the adhesive contacts the line it will be hard to remove, so make sure you have it cut correctly. This is just one easy way to save money on your utility bill and extend the life of your unit. Another great way to do this is to sign up for our preventative maintenance plan.

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We offer a wide range of units, thermostats, filters, ducting, and any HVAC related products. See all our products along with warranty and rebate information.

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