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Residential and commercial air conditioning & heating experts in the Atlanta area since 1949.

Top 3 Things You Need to Know about Specialized HVAC System Care in the South

A HVAC (Heating, ventilation and air conditioning) system is designed to provide 4 key functions to a building or home—temperature control, ventilation, air quality control, and pressurization.

A well-designed system is vital not only for the comfort of the structure’s occupants, but also for the health and structure of the building itself.  Proper HVAC design will keep a residential A/C system working to prevent mold growth and dehumidify the air as it enters the house.  Good air conditioning service and choosing the right unit is crucial. 

For home and business owners in the South, there are 3 vital considerations to take into account when installing a HVAC or an air conditioner replacement.

Proper Pressurization – A building must be positively pressurized relative to the outside air in order to keep the building well-ventilated and the air moving through the building.  This helps prevent mold growth and keeps heavily humidified air from seeping into the building and damaging the interior wall space.  A good HVAC system should take into account the building design and air flow in order to insure the pressure of the building or home is maintained.

Dehumidification – While keeping the building pressurized is vital, making sure the air that is entering the building is dehumidified is also important.  Humid air is just part of living in the South but letting it run wild through your house or office may cause mold and water damage problems.  A good residential A/C unit must allow enough time to fully dehumidify the air passing into the home, while still cooling the air to a comfortable level.

Service and Repair – Not having a well maintained HVAC unit will lead to costly repairs for a building or home in the South.  Just one summer of improper ventilation, pressurization, or inadequate dehumidification can cause thousands of dollars worth of damage.  A good air conditioner repair or replacement will always be worth the cost.  Come see us at Estes Heating and Air Conditioning and we will make sure your home is safe, comfortable, and healthy for years to come.

 

 

 

At Estes Heating and Air, We Make It Easy To Pay Ahead with EZ Pay

Preventative maintenance is an investment to ensure your HVAC system operates efficiently and uses less power, especially during the cold winter months. You wouldn't drive your car for a year without having it serviced would you?

We make it easy to plan ahead with EZ Pay. With montly billing for as little as $11.95 we can help protect your family and your household budget.

More information about our EZ Pay, visit our Web site www.estesair.com

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Estes Heating and Air Conditioning Honors Veterans' Day

This past Veterans' Day, we recognized our veterans that work for Estes Heating and Air Conditioning. Estes Heating and Air held a luncheon on Veterans' Day to honor the 15 employees who have served our country. Cody Carden, HVAC installer, and Chase Carden, who is one of our residential salesmen, sponsored the luncheon.

The Estes Heating and Air employees who have served are listed below with a link to a great video compliments of Chase Carden:

  1. Bill Lewis
  2. Dan Bramblett
  3. Johnny Robinson
  4. Carl Mesurac
  5. Andrew Harris
  6. Jerry Johnson
  7. Sam Rhone
  8. Billy Dothard
  9. John Waldorf
  10. Cale Ellington
  11. Jerry Cobb
  12. John Dupree
  13. Melvin Robinson
  14. Mike Harris
  15. Paul Harrison

Replacing a Home Air Conditioner: Trust Us, It's Tough!

After replacing the condensing unit, install the suction lines. Learn how to replace air conditioning suction lines with tips from a professional HVAC technician in this free home cooling system repair video.

The entire process is explained quickly and concisely. If you have any questions, give Estes Heating and Air Conditioning a call at (404) 361-6560, or visit our website at http://www.estesair.com/.

What to Look For in an HVAC Professional

The HVAC professional is an oft-forgotten, but vitally important, ally of the homeowner. Homeowners rarely think about their HVAC until it doesn’t work anymore, at which point it’s time to bring in the professional. If you don’t already have an HVAC contractor that you trust, finding one can be a headache.  But there are a few things to look for that will make your air conditioner repair or air conditioner replacement much easier.

First, ask around amongst your friends and family. If they’ve had a good relationship with a specific contractor, they’ll be sure to tell you all about it. In this way, your friends and family are an invaluable source of information; they can tell you about the quality of the work, if it was worth the cost, and other kinds of info that some testimonials and reviews, even online reviews, just won’t include.

Next, when you are looking for potential contractors, look for contractors who have been in business for a while under the same name. Some contractors may have 10 or 15 years of experience, but if it is under 8 or 9 different business names, this may indicate financial instability. These types of contractors may do good work, but they also may not be around to honor their warranties. Companies that have been around for a long time under the same name are a much safer bet. For instance, Estes Heating and Air Conditioning has been serving the Atlanta area for 60 years!

Expect potential contractors to give you itemized estimates as well. Any reputable air conditioning service will gladly give you an itemized estimate. Pay close attention to these estimates and compare them against each other; not just for the lowest price but if an estimate is noticeably different, call them and ask why. It could be that they’ve noticed something that others have missed, saving you headache down the road.

These are just a few things to look for in an HVAC professional. Air conditioning repair is exactly the kind of thing you don’t think about until you need it, so if you have any questions about air conditioner repair or replacement, we urge you to give us a call at (404) 361-6560, or visit us online at www.EstesAir.com. We are happy to help in any way we can, and have been consistently rated as a top air conditioning service in the United States.

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