It’s easy to take indoor comfort for granted, but when something goes wrong with an HVAC system, everyone feels it. There are many HVAC contractors who promise great service and a job well done, but do they all deliver what they promise? At S&E Heating & Air, we take your satisfaction very seriously. We know that to grow our business, we must earn the trust of our clients. That’s why we go all out to deliver epic service on each and every job. Whether you need emergency HVAC repair over the weekend or just want to discuss HVAC system design for a new construction project, we want you to be happy with your experience.
Our experienced contractors and NATE-Certified technicians are seasoned professionals who can help with all your HVAC needs. As a Factory Authorized Carrier Dealer, we have high standards, and we’re proud to offer you highly efficient HVAC products. We stand behind our work and our products with a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. Call us for:
Even with proper maintenance, heating and cooling systems may require repairs from time to time. Parts can wear out, or the unit may be getting older. The easiest way to keep your system healthy is to call for repair at the first sign of trouble. Furnaces and air conditioners are complex machines where each part affects all the other parts. When something goes wrong with one component and it’s not corrected promptly, the problem can affect other parts of the system, causing more damage.
If your heat pump, furnace, air conditioner, ventilator, humidifier or air cleaner gives any indication that it’s not doing what it should, always call for repair service as soon as possible, otherwise the problem will generally get worse. If you notice unusual noises, sluggish performance, AC leaks, uneven heating or cooling,low airflow, suspect a carbon monoxide leak, or have higher-than-normal utility bills, call S&E Heating & Air for prompt, professional intervention.
A well-maintained HVAC system will function optimally. That’s why we always tell our customers that when it comes to heating and cooling systems, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Regular HVAC maintenance keeps small problems from turning into big deals that can seriously damage your equipment. HVAC systems that are treated to regular preventive maintenance last longer, require fewer repairs, cost less to operate, perform better and are less likely to fail unexpectedly.