Furnace and Heat Pump installations? Yes, we do those too! Depending on the age of your home, you might have a furnace, heat pump/air handler, or a different heating system in your home. If you are not sure what kind of system you have, please give us a call. We will come to your home and perform a free in-home inspection of your heating and cooling system, give you a detailed report of our findings and suggest alternatives to make your system perform at an optimal level. As a year-round solution for home comfort, Trane heat pumps can become a key part of your system. During the in-home inspection we will determine if a Trane Heat Pump is the right system for you or if a different heating system should be installed in your home.
High Efficiency Trane Units
If you have an older central heating system, consider upgrading to a high efficiency heating and air conditioning system to cut down on your electrical bills. Heating services in Middle Georgia and the Florida coast are in demand during specific cold times throughout the year. The weather in the south is known for its extreme fluctuations, therefore it’s important to have the right HVAC system.
Heating Repair and Maintenance
Does your heat pump require frequent repair? Does it no longer meet your heating and cooling expectations? If you already have a heat pump installed, you need to monitor its performance from time to time. Any sign of performance failure warrants professional inspection and repair. But there may come a time when repairs become too costly, your entire system is no longer performing as it should, or your equipment is old and ready to give out. We offer superior heat pump replacement service. We can make sure that your home has everything it needs for excellent year–round comfort.
There is simply no getting around the fact that a heat pump installation must be completed by an experienced and knowledgeable professional heat pump installation technician. A new heat pump is a major investment of your resources, and you need to secure that investment by making sure that all of the components are implemented according to industry regulations, including the refrigerant charge. Our heat pump technicians know heat pumps inside and out, and we’ll be happy to alleviate any concerns that you may have about your new system. We can also make sure that your home has an appropriately sized heat pump so that it gives you excellent comfort and keeps your energy cost low.
Perfect For All Home Sizes
We only install the best equipment and parts. We know that by using Trane Air Conditioning systems you will enjoy a cooler home with less repairs than any other system. Trane provides some of the best and reliable home comfort systems on the market.
The Value of Trane
We ensure that you receive the right size HVAC system for your home. Bigger is not always better; systems too large for your home come with higher installation costs and more room temperature differences. We will find the perfect size unit for you.
Highest Energy Savings
On top of your new excellent comfort level in your home, your new Trane air conditioning system will save you money. We have seen utility bills decrease dramatically by up to $150/month compared to an older 10+ year HVAC system.
Maintenance & Follow-Up
We will follow up with you after each installation to ensure that your new air conditioning system is working right for you. We offer annual maintenance plans starting at $99/yr to ensure your system is ready to go for the next season.
Difference in Heating Systems
A Furnace in your home assists the air conditioning system in circulating cooled air during warmer seasons. Air from your home’s return air ducts is blown over the heat exchanger and warms the air. The furnace blower the blows the warmed air into the ductwork, which carries and disperses it throughout your home.
If you live in a newer home, most likely you have a heat pump installed in your home. A heat pump, when matched with an air handler, is an excellent alternative for both heating and cooling your home. Just think of a heat pump as a heat transporter, extracting warm air from your home during the summer, and reversing operation to bring warm air in during the winter. The unit’s compressor circulates refrigerant between it and the indoor air handler, absorbing or releasing heat en route, depending on the season. It does not burn fuel to produce heat; rather, it just uses electricity to move heat into or out of your home.