Services & Pricing
Mon – Fri 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
After Hours, Weekends, & Holidays
If you find yourself in need of new equipment, we will always provide you with a free estimate of the costs you can expect.
Air Conditioner Service
We service all air conditioning unit brands. Our $69 dollar service fee covers the diagnostics or the first half-hour of labor.
We service all furnace makes, models, and efficiency ratings.
Mobile & Manufactured Home Experts
We are the experts in servicing all mobile home makes and models.
We service all light commercial applications.
Energy Saving Agreement
The energy service agreement (ESA) is a program designed to maintain your furnace & air conditioner. Maintaining your HVAC equipment will reduce usage cost, repair cost, & extend the life of your system.
We service all makes and models of bypass and flow-through humidifiers.
Heat Pump Service
We service all makes and models of heat pumps.
Air Flow Repair
We are able to assess your HVAC system for the best possible air flow and perform any necessary repairs.
How much do you charge to come out?
We charge $69.00 which covers the diagnosis or the first half-hour of labor, whichever comes first. Then we quote any repairs needed.
How often should I change my filter?
It depends on the type of filter, there are many different filters some that need to be changed every 30 days, 60 days, 90 days, even as much as every 6 to 12 months. Refer to the filter’s manufacturer guidelines or give us a call.
How often should my unit be cleaned?
Once per year per unit is not just a good idea, it is required by manufacturer’s to maintain the warranty. Our tune-up is designed to maximize your units efficiency and lifespan while also including a full safety check and carbon monoxide test.
How much does a new unit cost?
It varies greatly. A consultation should be done in-home with you and one of our comfort advisers to go over the different brands, efficiencies, and rebates available. This is to make sure that you get the system that will make you happy for the next 20 years.
How long will my unit last?
The typical life of a unit is between 15 to 20 years, depending on the quality of the brand and how well it is maintained. The older the unit gets, the more service is needed and the less efficient the unit will become.