Heating Installation Jackson, MS
When the weather gets bitterly cold, your heating system had better be working. If it isn’t, it may get so bad you’ll have to go to someone else’s home or even get a hotel. Heaters can last for many, many years, but when they go bad you need to have yours either fixed or replaced as soon as possible. That’s why the experts with Environment Masters are available for emergency heating services.
If our technician feels a repair would only be a temporary fix they will recommend you have it replaced. It’s very important you only trust this type of job to a trained, qualified HVAC professional because an incorrect heater installation could lead to a great deal of problems. It will waste a great deal of energy and cause your bills to spike.
When we perform your installation, we will make sure all of the following takes place:
- We make sure it’s the right size: If your system is too large it will cycle on and off too often. This will shorten its lifespan and make your monthly bill too high.
- Your system will provide optimum airflow: Before recommending the right system for your needs, we will thoroughly analyze your home’s airflow. If this is not done you could wind up spending far too much on heating each month.
- Sealing ducts: We will make sure your ducts are sealed so they are not damaged when your installation takes place.
Comfort on every level: Environment Masters offers financing that will keep your budget operating as smoothly as your new comfort control system.
Geothermal Heating Service
If you have a geothermal heat pump keeping your home cool in summer and warm in winter, then you already have one of the best comfort systems available at work for you. We service and install both residential and commercial geothermal systems. We can help you with your existing system or perform a new geothermal system installation for you and your family. Geothermal provides free hot water to meet most of a home’s needs for domestic hot water, and it is the most efficient heating and cooling currently available. There are a few special checks a maintenance technician must do for a geothermal system, such as looking over the manifold and the heat exchanger, where the antifreeze in the loops transfers heat to or from the indoor refrigerant. If you have an open loop configuration, the technicians may occasionally give the loops an acid flush to remove deposits that can build up inside. This routine maintenance serves the same purpose for a geothermal heat pump as it does for any comfort system: to prolong its service life, protect its efficiency, catch malfunctions, and prevent future repair issue.