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    Estes Review - "I highly recommend them" - Estes Heating & Air Conditioning

    Last updated 3 months ago

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    • I have been using Estes for 15 years and they just finished installing my second system. They have always been great to work with and I highly recommend them to anyone looking at new HVAC, or maintaining an existing system.

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      David G.

    Estes Review - "The customer wins!" - Estes Heating & Air Conditioning

    Last updated 3 months ago

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    • OK here's the deal....I'm all about old fashion CUSTOMER SERVICE and I found a heating and air conditioning company that delivers in this area! Laverne came out to give me an estimate on a new AC unit and repairs to my furnace...he took the time to really see what needed to be done to the furnace to bring it up to 100% efficiency. Super nice... More

      Susan Stewart

    Understanding How Heat Pumps Can Warm Your Home

    Last updated 3 months ago

    If it’s time to upgrade or replace your HVAC system, consider installing a heat pump for all your indoor comfort needs. Heat pumps lower the cost of heating your home by using the ambient heat of the air or even the Earth to maintain a comfortable temperature inside. Additionally, a heat pump provides heating in the winter and cooling in the summer to eliminate the need for a separate furnace and air conditioner in your home.

    How Air-Source Heat Pumps Work
    An air-source heat pump works like an air conditioner in reverse to provide more efficient heating in the winter than an electrical furnace system. Air-source heat pumps work by drawing outdoor air over copper coils filled with a refrigerant solution. The refrigerant absorbs heat from the air and transfers it to another copper coil inside your home, which releases the heat for distribution through your home via your ducts. However, if the temperature outside falls below 40 degrees Fahrenheit, air-source heat pumps lose efficiency and a secondary heating solution may be required.

    How Ground-Source Heat Pumps Work
    Rather than drawing heat from the outside air, a heat pump can instead draw heat from the Earth. Although the surface temperature of the Earth may change, the temperature at a depth of ten feet below ground is a consistent 57 degrees Fahrenheit. A ground-source or geothermal heat pump utilizes a loop of buried pipe called a heat exchanger. Water or a refrigerant liquid is circulated through the heat exchanger to draw heat from the Earth and transfer it indoors, where it is sent through your ducts by an air blower to heat your home. Currently, the installation of a geothermal heat pump qualifies for a personal tax credit with a rebate amount of 30%.

    Are you interested in learning more about heat pumps for heating and cooling your Atlanta home? Estes Heating and Cooling Services has the answers you need—just call (678) 733-9791 to speak with a heating professional. You can learn more about your heating and cooling options on our blog. 

    Estes Review - "Thanks mike you are awesome!" - Estes Heating & Air Conditioning

    Last updated 3 months ago

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    • Mike is an exceptional technician. He inspected and serviced all 3 of my HVAC systems. He was honest and straight forward about what needed to be done. I purchased my annual preventative maintenance agreement and will continue to have Estes and Mike work on the HVAC systems in my home. Thanks Mike you are awesome!

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      Holly Bashuk

    Estes Review - "Best plumbing company there is in town!" - Estes Heating & Air Conditioning

    Last updated 3 months ago

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    • For the first time in my LIFE I have found a credible, reliable plumbing company - they have so much integrity! Leanne is also terrific to work with -- cannot thank their entire staff enough for all the help they have given me!

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