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    Estes Review - "Very happy with everything" - Estes Heating & Air Conditioning

    Last updated 6 months ago

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    • Very educated staff and techs from my experience. Long time Atlanta company that I have used for several years. Very happy with everything each time I have used them.


    Estes Review - "Outstanding customer service" - Estes Heating & Air Conditioning

    Last updated 6 months ago

    • on Email
    • I just wanted to let you know how pleased we were with your exceptional employee, Jamie Cochran.  Since the installation of our tank less water heater we have endured the smell of gas near our back door, making it difficult to enjoy our pool or even being outside for that matter.  I tried for months to get this... More


    Everything You Need to Know About Your Furnaces AFUE Rating

    Last updated 6 months ago

    A heightened concern for environmental sustainability, coupled with the ever-present desire of homeowners to cut back on their energy costs, has resulted in the development and manufacture of increasingly efficient furnaces and air conditioning systems. If you are curious to find out how the efficiency of a furnace is measured, continue reading below.

    Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) Rating
    A furnace’s AFUE rating is a reflection of its thermal efficiency not at peak performance but throughout the course of the season. It is determined by measuring the output a machine generates on 100 British Thermal Units

    What a Higher Efficiency Rating Means
    higher efficiency rating means that a higher concentration of the heat generated by your furnace’s fuel during combustion is transferred to your home via your HVAC system. In general, the most efficient systems are also those in highest demand.

    AFUE Ratings and Energy Savings
    Does a high AFUE rating translate directly into energy savings? Not necessarily. Depending on the price of various fuels in your area, a natural gas furnace with an AFUE rating of 80 may be more cost-effective than an all-electric heating system with an AFUE rating of 95. Your HVAC replacement professional can help you determine what type of furnace would provide you with the best value based on a combination of its AFUE rating and short- and long-term trends in fuel prices.

    At Estes Heating and Cooling Services in Atlanta, we know the ins and outs of heating systems. Regardless of whether you are looking for the most efficient heating system or the furnace that will yield the greatest energy savings, we can install and maintain it for you. To speak with one of our experienced HVAC repair and replacement professionals, call Estes Heating and Air Conditioning at (404) 935-0170.

    Estes Review - "They did an excellent job" - Estes Heating & Air Conditioning

    Last updated 6 months ago

    • on Cast Page
    • Ryan and David installed a new Carrier furnace for me today and they did an excellent job. They were prompt, clean, friendly and efficient. They cleaned up and left my furnace space in better condition than it was when they got here. My relationship with Estes started when Jerry Johnson was a salesman and I am very satisfied with their... More

      John W.

    Estes Review - "Peter went above and beyond" - Estes Heating & Air Conditioning

    Last updated 6 months ago

    • on Email
    • I just wanted to place an "At a boy" to one of your tech's. Peter performed a summer service for us on 2/20/14, and as usual did an outstanding job. A very personable man, Peter went above and beyond customer service as is common today. 

      Jim A.

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