FAQ

FAQ

| Professional HVAC Services for Lockport, NY

Common Questions About Heating and Air Conditioning Service

What services do you provide?

We sell, repair, replace, and service residential and light commercial heating and cooling systems. This includes air conditioners, air purification, boilers, filters, furnaces, gas fireplaces and inserts, generators, heaters, humidifiers, thermostats, and more.

What is your service area?

We are based out of Lockport, NY and serve communities in Niagara County and Erie County, NY, including: Alden, Amherst, Blasdell, Cheektowaga, East Wilson, Gasport, Getzville, Lackawanna, Lewiston, Middleport, Niagara Falls, Newfane, Ransomville, South Lockport, South Wilson, Tonawanda, Williamsville, Wright Corners, and Youngstown. 

Do you provide emergency service?
Yes, we are available around the clock, 24/7.

Do you offer financing options?
Yes, please give us a call at (716) 625-8632 for more details.

Do you serve businesses?
Yes, we provide light commercial services.

Are you licensed and insured?
Yes, we are fully licensed and insured.

Do you charge anything for estimates?
No, estimates are free of charge.

What products do you carry?
We carry Goodman, Bryant, Carrier, Pane, Amana, Dunkirk Boilers, and Aprilaire products.

How long should my air conditioning system or heating system last?
It depends on the system, really. If a system is properly maintained, an air conditioner can last 12 to 15 years and a heating system 20 to 25 years.

What does S.E.E.R. or H.S.P.F. mean?
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (S.E.E.R.) and Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (H.S.P.F.). Both are ratings that the government uses to rate the efficiency of HVAC equipment. The higher the number, the more efficient a system is.

How often should my heating or cooling system be serviced?
Your system should be serviced once a year to ensure it runs reliably and efficiently.

When should I change my air filter?
Pleated filters should be changed every 3 months. If you have pets or have extra dust in your home, you may have to change them more frequently.

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