Our HVAC Services
At Emergency Air, we are so proud of our people. Many of them have been with our company since its inception. Our unique culture and our incredible people are at the heart of our success. We are dedicated to improving our skills through ongoing training and achievement of industry certifications.
This dedication helps us to remain current on all types of systems and best practices, allowing us to better serve our customers’ needs. Emergency Air was built on the foundation of experience, trust and reliability. These qualities are critical when providing service and repair at an elite level.
Emergency Air: Qualified for Any Type of Air Conditioning Work
Our experienced Emergency Air technicians are certified to handle all types of work and equipment. Air conditioners come in many different forms and our certified technicians are qualified to work on all of them. For more than 20 years, our impeccable reputation for quality and service is known throughout the industry and with our customers.
In addition to receiving hundreds of 5 star reviews, we’ve maintained an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and have earned the BBB’s prestigious ethics award.
Packaged central air conditioners are often the right choice for homes and businesses without a lot of space to spare. They contain the system’s motor, coils and fan all housed in a single outdoor unit, making them quiet, easier to maintain and less expensive than a split system. Emergency Air often installs packaged units in both residential and commercial buildings, and they can be a great alternative.
If space outside a building is limited as well, there’s a somewhat-tricky way to get around the issue: a rooftop packaged unit, with the entire air conditioning system installed on the roof.
It’s easier to get this done on a flat roof than a pitched roof; however, the equipment can look out-of-place on a home’s roof either way, which is why rooftop installations are more commonly used by businesses. The certified pros at Emergency Air have years of experience with rooftop packaged units and can advise you whether one is the right choice for you.
Some homes are built without indoor ductwork, and ducts can be messy and complicated to install. In those cases, ductless mini-split units are a perfect alternative. They’re similar to a traditional split air conditioning system but utilize small indoor air handlers containing just the fans. One indoor unit is mounted in each room, and all are connected to the outdoor compressor by tubing. A ductless mini-split will give you complete control over the cooling in each room, but it can turn out to be more expensive than a ducted system. A free evaluation by the experts at Emergency Air can tell you if it’s a good option for your home.
As most people know, almost all air conditioning systems run on electricity. However, homes with natural gas can certainly combine a gas furnace for heat with a central air conditioning system while using the same ductwork.
Emergency Air Heating Cooling & Plumbing installs many of these combo systems, particularly in suburban and rural areas where heat can be almost as important as air conditioning.