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All of Glynn County

(912) 286-3679

Give us a call anytime!

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To repair or replace?

A trustworthy technician should be able to show you or explain in simple language exactly why they believe a certain issue is the cause of your HVAC problems. Be wary of those who jump to blame bad parts and suggest replacement without a decent explanation.

The decision to repair or replace often comes down to cost and efficiency. The 50% rule is applied by many insurances and home appliances, not just HVAC equipment.  If an appliance is more than 50% through its lifespan, and if the cost of one repair is more than 50% of the cost of buying new, then you should replace rather than repair. After a thorough inspection, we will help you determine if you can repair or need to replace your equipment. 


how new equipment can decrease utility costs

HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems are one of the biggest energy users in our homes. You can reduce your energy bill by investing in new HVAC equipment like a heat pump or a geothermal system, or by upgrading your current equipment with a new high-efficiency air conditioner and furnace. When your HVAC system is running efficiently, it can also help to reduce the energy consumption of certain other appliances in your home, as well as your overall energy bill. 

By upgrading to more energy-efficient HVAC equipment you can save a lot of money over the life of your system. If you replace an old furnace with a new one with a higher efficiency rating, according to the Department of Energy, you are looking at energy savings of at least 35%. Older equipment will also require more frequent maintenance and part replacement for decreasing operations. A new furnace can also help with better air flow throughout. When your equipment is turning on more frequently, for longer periods, or making loud noises it may be time to make the decision to repair or replace. 

Frequently asked questions

We do not. With our belief in transparency, we never give ballpark estimates. Instead, we have committed to a holistic HVAC and safety inspection.  After a thorough and efficient inspection, we will *Kustomize* a solution to fit your needs.

Please feel free to reach out to us at the contact form on this page, email us at [email protected] or give us a call at (912) 286-3679. 

Inspections are normally less than an hour. However, it depends on the complexity and size of the system. 

Our technicians are EPA certified and we are NATE-certified, the gold standard for HVAC certifications. We can install any make and model of furnaces, heating pumps, condensers, air condition units, mini splits, air filters and whatever else you may need for all your HVAC needs.

While can work with every make and every model HVAC equipment from your home or commercial property. We do recommend Goodman equipment, including Gree and Daikin units.

We offer a 10 year factory parts warranty on Goodman equipment.  

If you already have the funds required we can take cash, card, or check at the time of the installation. We can also work with your lender such as your credit union or bank.  We can work with your financing company by providing you a quote in which you will take to them to get approved. If you are buying a fixer-upper home or renovating and are looking to use a Fannie Mae HomeStyle loan or a government FHA 203(k) loan, are building a new location for your business, or are looking to a home equity loan or line of credit (HELOC)it is a very similar process. You take the quote to them and once the funds are secured then you pay us like normal. For more information, please give us a call! (912) 286-3679

Absolutely, we never want to install equipment or systems that have been damaged in transit from the manufacturer to your location! Our technicians have a checklist to make sure your unit is ready to be installed, we don’t just eyeball it. If something is wrong we can work with you and explain the situation in language you can understand.

  • When your AC is not cooling enough for your thermostat to cut off.
  • When you are feeling muggy in your home.
  • When you do not have any air flow
  • When your outdoor unit is not working
  • When is the system is making too loud of noises. 

We do our best to always recycle all the metal and parts that we can. Parts are disposed of according to EPA regulations and additional green guidelines. 

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