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    Estes Review - "I would not hesitate to call Estes for anything" - Estes Heating & Air Conditioning

    Last updated 7 months ago

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    • Mark, Jacob and Hadley arrived on time, introduced themselves and immediately began to work. Mark was informative and explained whatever was necessary. All three of the employees were very friendly. The work was completely within the timeframe requested.

      It was a pleasure to meet these employees and I would not hesitate to call Estes... More

      Jeanne Taylor

    FAQs About Estes' Services

    Last updated 7 months ago

    With 65 years of illustrious company history, Estes Heating and Air Conditioning has had the opportunity to establish itself as a premier air conditioning service, repair, and replacement professional in the Atlanta metro area. If you are in the market for HVAC services and are curious to learn more about our company, the following FAQs may serve as a helpful introduction.

    Is Estes bonded and insured?
    Not only is Estes bonded and insured. We also back up all of our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. That is how confident we are in our certified and trained technicians.

    What services does Estes offer?
    Estes is a full-service HVAC company that offers air conditioning service, repair and replacement, and well as heating, plumbing, electrical, and insulation services.

    What is Estes’ service area?
    Estes services homes and businesses that are located within 50 miles of Atlanta.

    What brands do you carry?
    Estes services HVAC equipment from several manufacturers, but the brands with which we are most familiar are Carrier and Estes Select, our own brand.

    Do you still have a question about our services that hasn’t been answered? For a quick and thorough response to your question and any information about our services you would like, call Estes Heating and Air Conditioning at (404) 935-0170.

    Estes Review - "What a really great team" - Estes Heating & Air Conditioning

    Last updated 7 months ago

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    • Just had my furnace and central air conditioning unit replaced and added a heat pump. I have been a customer of Estes for several years now so when I had to replace my unit, I knew I wanted them to do the work for me. After the Residential Sales Rep (Brandon) visited, it was only two days before Patrick and Hilliard, the installers, were here... More

      Michael Chapman

    Recognizing the Signs of Indoor Air Pollution

    Last updated 7 months ago

    From Atlanta to Beijing, individuals and interest groups express concern about the quality of the air they breathe. While the quality of the air that you breathe when you are out and about in your city has an impact on your health, so too does the quality of the air in your home. Since indoor air is something you can control, you should familiarize yourself with the most common signs of poor indoor air quality so that you can prevent indoor air pollution in your home.

    Heaps of Dust
    Dust and debris can irritate your eyes and respiratory system, and exacerbate allergies and breathing disorders. Dust your home frequently, change your furnace and air conditioner filters regularly, and have your air ducts cleaned every few years to eliminate dusts, molds, and fungi that have accumulated in the interim.

    Unusually High Indoor Humidity Levels
    Excessive humidity fuels the growth of mold spores and promotes mildew, which are common causes of indoor air pollution. If your home is exceptionally humid, consider having a dehumidification system installed.

    Funny Smells
    While notoriously dangerous toxic gases such as carbon monoxide (CO) have no smell, mildew and sewer gas do. If new and unpleasant smells arise in your home, hire an air conditioning and plumbing professional to determine the source and rectify the problem.

    Toxic Gas Detection Alerts
    Radon and CO monitors can alert you to dangerous levels of these gases in your home. Since prolonged and intensive exposure to radon can cause lung cancer and CO poisoning can be deadly, it is wise to install radon and CO detectors in your home.

    Unexplained Health Concerns
    Headaches, dizziness, and nausea are symptoms associated with early-stage CO poisoning, exposure to mold, and other health hazards associated with indoor air pollution. Take these health concerns seriously by having your home inspected by an air quality expert and seeking medical attention if necessary.

    Estes Heating and Air Conditioning has been in operation for 65 years. Throughout our history, the health, comfort, and satisfaction of our customers has been our driving force. If you have not had your Atlanta-area home’s ductwork cleaned for several years or you are concerned that your heating or cooling system is polluting the air inside your home, call (404) 935-0170 to schedule a service appointment.

    Exploring Your Heating System Options

    Last updated 8 months ago

    Atlanta does not have a reputation for being a particular cold place, but this last winter was a reminder to the nation that we too deal with snow and ice. If your Georgia home’s heat source exhibited a lackluster performance this past winter, you should make a priority of replacing it well before next winter rolls along. The various heating system types from which you will be able to choose include:

    Traditional Furnace
    Furnaces have been used to heat homes for more than a century. They heat homes by first drawing air into a chamber that is heated by a gas-powered flame and then blowing that air out via metal air ducts that run through the walls of the home.

    Electric Resistance Heating
    Favored during the post war construction boom of the mid-century, electric resistance heating systems operate on the physics principle that hot air rises. Also referred to as baseboard heating, the heating element in this type of system is a baseboard unit that heats cooler air found in the lower part of the room that then rises up to the top of the room after it is heated.

    Heat Pump Technology
    An eco-friendly method of heating a home, heat pump technology utilizes existing heat rather than creating heat using fuel. Using one of three different technologies, heat pumps move existing heat from outside or underneath your home to the rooms you wish to heat.

    Radiant Heating
    Based on a system that was largely popular at the same time as electric resistance heating, radiant heating is today hailed as the latest and greatest home heating technology by many. Using electric cables or small tubes of hot water, radiant heating warms the surfaces around it. Radiant floor heating is the most common type of radiating heating, and is often installed as a complement to a separate central heating system.

    Proud of the scope and range of our air conditioner and furnace repair and replacement services, Estes Heating and Air Conditioning installs and maintains all of the heating system types discussed in this article. To learn more about your heating system options or schedule an air conditioner repair or replacement service appointment for your Atlanta-area home, call (404) 935-0170.

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