Arctic Air wants nothing more than to provide your family with the comfort they deserve, that's why we perform repairs and installations of several different A/C units. Ideally you should have your A/C's filters, coils, and fins inspected once a year. This is to ensure your A/C is functioning effectively and efficiently during those hot summer months. Failing to schedule a yearly maintenance check for your A/C could lead to many problems including having to purchase a new unit mid-summer. To avoid this, it is best to have an Arctic Air HVAC professional come out to your home for a service call, this can save you money and discomfort! Do you feel as though your current A/C unit is not performing properly? Contact us at Arctic Air to speak with a Comfort Specialist about which A/C system would be best for you and your family.
Does your central heating and air system sound like a train huffing and puffing down the railroad? If so, you may need to have your duct work serviced. Dirty duct work not only effects your IAQ (Indoor Air Quality), it also impacts your energy bill. When air ducts are filled with debris your unit has to work overtime pushing air through your system, causing your system to run longer. The harder your system works the higher you energy bill can get. Having an Arctic Air HVAC professional service your duct work not only improves your IAQ, but it also saves you money. Not to mention dirty duct work can be a major fire hazard! Contact us at Arctic Air to speak with a HVAC professional about having your duct work serviced.
Your heating system is essential for the winter season, to provide you and your family with warmth and comfort. To ensure your central heating system is operating correctly and efficiently, Arctic Air suggests you schedule a yearly maintenance check. During these service calls, Arctic Air HVAC professionals make repairs to prolong the life of your furnace, provide you energy savings, and decrease health risks. One of the biggest risks of not having your central heating system serviced, is not knowing if your system is leaking carbon monoxide. This can be very dangerous and detrimental to your family's health. Do you feel as though your central heating system is not working properly and may need to be replaced? Contact us at Arctic Air to speak with a Comfort Specialist about which central heating system would be best for your and your family.
Did you know that the quality of your home's air could be causing detrimental health issues to you and your family? At Arctic Air we know that having good Indoor Air Quality is critical for your health, that's why our HVAC professional technicians inspect and clean the existing ventilation and duct work of your home to ensure the air you are breathing in is safe. We look for contaminants such as allergens, pet dander, mold, carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, pesticides, chemicals, excessive humidity, and many more. If your family is suffering from poor IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) you may notice year long symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, allergies, congestion, dryness of eyes, shortness of breath, and much more. Take care of your health by taking care of your air. Contact us at Arctic Air to speak with a Comfort Specialist about scheduling an IAQ service call.
Residential & Light Commercial Services
Residential central heating and air systems may be relatively simple, however commercial HVAC installation can be quite complex and complicated, even to an experienced technician. At Arctic Air, our team of HVAC professionals are truly the best in the business and capable of solving even the most difficult HVAC issues.
If your commercial HVAC system is not performing up to its potential, we'll take a look and determine both where the problem is and how to fix it. In addition, we're available for new construction HVAC consulting and can give our professional advice about system installations, reliable makes and models, and many other HVAC issues
Contact us at Arctic Air to speak with a HVAC professional about having us install and repair your commercial HVAC systems.