How do I know what size air conditioner or furnace I need?
We can estimate the size needed by square footage along with interior conditionings. We also can doa load calculation on your home if you prefer. Today's units are often significantly more efficient than older models and don't need to be as large to deliver the same or better amount of comfort. It is not recommended to replace your old system with one of the same size.
What is the warranty on my unit?
The manufacturer's warranty begins on the date of installation and lasts varying lengths of time depending on the type of unit installed. The warranty term can be found on the back cover of the installation manual for your unit. You will need to have the model and serial number of your unit, which can be found on the unit's dataplate.
What is the manufacturers warranty on my unit?
The manufacturer's warranty covers most mechanical parts. It does not include labor, refrigerant, shipping charges or a replacement unit. You may be able to purchase a extended warranty if so desired. Call for extended warranty pricing.
Will a new furnace or air conditioner help lower my utility bills?
The answer is usually yes, depending on the age and efficiency level of your current unit. We will be able to estimate the efficiency level of your current unit, and explain the advantages of a new unit.
What's the difference between a heat pump and an air conditioner?
A heat pump is really two units in one - an air conditioner, and in cooler months a heater. If electrical costs in your area are lower than other fossil fuels, you may want to explore installing a heat pump in your home. When the heat pump is in the heating mode, it pulls heat out of the outdoor air and uses that to heat your home. If the outdoor air is too cold (around 32 F), then it uses electrical strip heaters to heat the air.
How do I pay for my new system?
Contractor's Full services accept Checks, Cash or Paypal. We currently do not accept credit cards, but may in the near future.