A deal you'll notice. On equipment you won't.
With the warmer months right around the corner, it has many consumers concerned about the durability and performance of their central heating and air unit. This brings into question how hard your unit is working and just how cool your home will be during the spring and summer.
A1 Comfort Systems is an independent dealer of American Standard Heat and Air units. American Standard Air consistently ranks as one of the most reliable central air conditioning systems by Consumer Reports and is most likely to still be performing the same after 5 years of ownership. You can purchase equipment manufactured by American Standard Air that will work so efficiently you won't notice it.
American Standard Air is currently offering up to $1,000 in instant rebates or 0% APR for up to 36 months on new purchases made through June 30, 2018. As a dealer of American Standard Air, A1 Comfort Systems is proud to ensure you receive the best deal on the install of a new central heating and air conditioning unit.
Spring is on the way, and that means it could be time to dust off the cooling knob on the HVAC unit.
After a heat and air conditioning unit has spent an entire season either off or focusing on heating rather than cooling, it’s important to make sure everything is in working order before the spring season begins.
Relying on a central heat and air unit for cooling means knowing what signs to look for – does it need repairs or maintenance? How is it possible to tell? Here are some things to know before calling in an HVAC professional for the spring season.
Living in South Carolina may mean you get to enjoy a tempered climate during the holidays while many people are dealing with frigid temperatures, but this doesn’t mean you’re free from the financial demands of the holidays.
Paying for travel expenses, gifts, and the other costs associated with seasons can leave you watching your finances a little more closely during this time, and when you need servicing for your air conditioner or repairs to your heat pump, it can present a new expense.
Luckily, there are qualified contractors out there who work to help you get the services you need in a manner that doesn’t break the bank or catch you by surprise.