Amana has been around since 1934 and has a rich history of creating appliances that have changed the American household over the last century. They are American owned and operated and invest heavily in an American work force.
On top of their values, their pride in their durable equipment is important as well. They manufacture products such as air conditioners, Gas furnaces, heat pumps, and air handlers & coils. Some of their air conditioners and heat pumps feature our most comprehensive limited warranty coverage. They offer Lifetime Limited Warranty* protection for the compressor to the original, registered, single-family, homeowner of a properly matched system using these high-efficiency air conditioners and heat pumps. Visit their website for more details: https://www.amana-hac.com
Goodman is another great heating & air conditioning system choice of many homeowners. They have been around since 1982. Their equipment is assembled in the United States. They are focused on quality and durability. Their manufacturing facilities are built to the highest standards, making every piece of equipment that comes from their facilities of the highest quality possible. Some highlights of the Goodman brand product line are:
- The industry’s only dual-diameter, tubular gas furnace heat exchanger, with a unique design that brings new meaning to durability.
- High-efficiency air conditioners and heat pumps with the Goodman brand’s patented SmartCoil™ condensing coil – the most advanced and efficient 5mm copper tube and aluminum fin combination available.
- ComfortNet™ Communicating Control systems that help high-efficiency systems run their absolute best and offer homeowners new levels of control and operational precision.
- Unique All-Aluminum evaporator coils that help to eliminate a leading cause of premature copper evaporator coil failures.
- Heat pumps that today offer homeowners new levels of control and operational precision.
- A full line of indoor air quality products that offer advanced filtration, humidification, ventilation, and purification for any home.
Learn more about Good HVAC Equipment here.
Gree / Flexx
Gree’s Flexx system is a cost efficient and energy efficient heating and air system that offers up to 20 SEER, has eco-friendly refrigerant and ultra-quiet operation.
With GREE’s inverter technology and horizontal (side) discharge design, the FLEXX delivers up to 20 SEER efficiency with 24 VAC flexibility. The FLEXX is ideal for add-on replacement and new construction with ULTRA heating & cooling capabilities, a quiet operation and small outdoor footprint.
Flexx HVAC system highlights:
Side discharge, small footprint, 24VAC compatible
Quiet operation, optimal performance from -22°F to 129°F
Up to 20 SEER/10.5 HSPF
2/3 and 4/5 ton outdoor unit options
Diakin HVAC Systems
Diakin has been synonymous with HVAC and heating & cooling for decades. Their equipment is used nation wide to keep homes and businesses comfortable for everyone.Diakin was the first to invent a special inverter technology to help regular temperatures and reduce large temperature swings from too warm to too cool. Diakin HVAC equipment is energy efficient, helping you save on utility bills while keeping your home or business comfortable for everyone.
Diakin has two main types of equipment they specialize in: Ductless/ Mini-split and central heating an air. Below is a brief breakdown of each:
A great replacement for window units or for homes with no existing ducts.
- Easily control temperature room-by-room or zone-by-zone
- Easy to install and maintain
- Attractive, modern designs
- Quiet inside and out
Powerful air control and options made for homes with existing ducts.
- Reuses your existing ductwork where possible
- Innovative air quality modules and humidity control optional
- Smart controls and thermostat
- Quiet, compact outdoor unit
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a HVAC installation?
HVAC is an abbreviation for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, and refers to the climate control systems installed in homes or commercial properties. Their task is to move heated or cooled filtered air throughout the building, to keep inhabitants of the structure comfortable.
How long does it take to install a new HVAC system?
Typically, a full HVAC system installation will take anywhere from three to five days to complete.
How long should HVAC last?
A heating or cooling system is a significant investment, and it only makes sense to get as much use out of it as possible. In general, most HVAC systems will last from 15 to 25 years, but depending on the type of system and other contributing factors, that estimate can be highly variable.
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