Here at Acme Air Conditioning & Heating, we’re committed to serving our community with top-quality HVAC services. We aim to be the area’s go-to for all of your heating and cooling needs. That’s why we stand by our work and take the time to build a relationship with our customers. Transparency is important to us – read on to learn more about some of the common questions our customers ask us.
A newly listed house won’t be worth as much on the market without an air conditioning system. AC installation is proven to raise the value of a home – sometime by as much as 10%! Replacing or installing a cooling system makes your home more desirable for prospective buyers – especially here in Texas!
Air duct maintenance is an important factor in ensuring your heating and cooling system runs efficiently. Tears, kinks, pests and other unwanted issues can lower your HVAC’s efficiency and raise your monthly utility bills. Schedule an air duct inspection if you hear strange noises, your system isn’t heating/cooling correctly or if you suspect duct damage.
Gas furnaces are one of the most common ways of heating American homes. A few downsides of these appliances include their inherent risk of gas leaks and the use of fossil fuels. While many gas furnace models have a lifespan of up to 20 years, you may need to replace your heater after about 15 years or so. Our team can walk you through your heater replacement options to help you pick the right type of heating for your home.
Your ducted HVAC system should function like a closed system – as long as your ductwork isn’t damaged. Tears, kinks and holes can allow debris to build up in your system and get distributed throughout your home. Duct cleaning is worth it if there’s visible mold around your vents, you have vermin in your ductwork or your ducts are so severely clogged it’s negatively impacting your HVAC’s efficiency.
Heating and cooling a space is necessary whether you’re at home, at work or out on the town. Different buildings require different systems to deliver consistent AC and heating results. The main difference between HVAC for a commercial space and HVAC for a home is the size of the unit itself. Commercial spaces are inherently larger than a house, so it’s logical that the AC and heating system will need to be larger. Our team can help you navigate the perfect HVAC system for your space.