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Stoudenmire is dedicated to providing you with the information you need about your heating and cooling systems. We are NATE Certified technicians, and we always make sure you always know what you’re getting before we start any work. Our technicians will also treat you with the utmost respect and leave you feeling great about your experience with us. Our residential services include the installation, repair and design of the following:
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A ductless system supplies heating and cooling to a few rooms. A house has multiple zones, each of which contains a ductless system. A single outside unit powers all of these systems. This design provides greater flexibility and efficiency in controlling the temperature of individual rooms. Furthermore, the heat exchanger and compressor in a ductless system can be located further away from the interior space than a traditional HVAC system with ducts.
Preventative maintenance is essential for ensuring your air conditioning system is as efficient as possible. It also increases the lifespan of your air conditioner. When your system does need replacement, we can install and service your new unit.
It can be difficult to know whether it’s more economical to repair or replace your heater. We’ll take both the long and short-term factors into account when making our recommendation to you. We can also help you select a model that meets your needs and budget if the time has come for a new heater.
Energy services help make your heating and cooling systems more efficient, thus reducing your utility bills. The addition of more insulation in your attic and crawl spaces is one of our most effective energy services. We also seal air ducts to eliminate leaks in your heating and cooling systems.
An HVAC inspection can locate problems when your utility bills are higher than they should be. Our friendly, professional technicians use cutting-edge technology and extensive experience to help you find ways to cut your energy bills.
An analysis of your indoor air quality can identify a variety of health hazards. Carbon monoxide and radon are the gases most likely to affect air quality, although bacteria and mold spores are also common air contaminants. Solutions for improving your air quality include source control and filtration.