Aire Serv of Rowan County is all about keeping its customers comfortable and safe, which is why its team of trained HVAC technicians keeps up-to-date on all major brands of heating and air-conditioning equipment. This knowledge helps the technicians effectively and efficiently repair, maintain, and install a wide variety of heat pumps, air filters, and air-conditioning units, and also helps clients save money by going green.
Fresh Air Technologies' skilled technicians pull from over 20 years of combined experience in environmental consulting and the battling of mold. Services include air duct cleaning, aero seal air duct sealing, waterproofing, and fully sealed crawlspace installation.
Incorporated in 1992 we focus solely on residential heating and air applications. We live by the motto "Customer First" and are open 24/7, 365 days of the year so no matter when you experience heating and air problems one of our certified technicians will be ready to take care of your home.
72 Degrees Heating and Air specializes in the maintenance, repair and replacement of existing home comfort systems. A home comfort system consists of the heating and cooling equipment, the duct system and all air purification equipment necessary to clean the air we breathe in the home.
Aire Serv of Western North Carolina’s NATE-certified technicians keep winter winds at bay with furnace maintenance that also heads fire hazards off at the pass. During a detailed tune-up, technicians who, unlike secret-service agents, work by the job and not the hour, scrutinize the system’s interior and make necessary adjustments before wiping off dust and grime and running the equipment through a comprehensive safety check. Regular furnace maintenance ensures heaters work at the top of their toasting game while reducing the risk of dangers such as fires or prince-and-pauper scenarios wherein furnaces change places with unpredictable dragons.
Teams money-saving savants at the home-improvement company draw from more than 20 years of construction and renovation experience to streamline energy efficiency in local homes. The handymen specialize in ferreting out sources of wasted energy—typically drafty or poorly insulated attics, roofs, and secret passages to underground bat caves. After assessing homes and energy bills, the team applies architectural science to determine how better to distribute heating or cooling. Simple procedures can dramatically reduce bills and conserve resources; an energy barrier, for instance, operates like a thermos, keeping heated rooms warm in the winter and air-conditioned rooms cool in the summer. Many of its services qualify homeowners for tax credits, which the expert staff will explain in depth.