heating System Design & Installation

HVAC replacement may become a necessity because of the failure of your old system, the desire to become more energy efficient in your home, or your overall home comfort and satisfaction. The average HVAC system has a lifespan of 10 to 15 years. If you’re approaching this time frame or just not feeling comfortable in your home, our qualified service technicians can check your system and advise you, based on their findings, on the pros and cons of repairing or replacing your existing system.

We specialize in assessing your home and your family’s needs when it comes to replacing the current HVAC system in your home.  As part of our Free In Home Consultation, we will perform the following:

  • A Heat Loss or Heat Gain Calculation required by State Code
  • Inspection of the duct system for efficiency and adequate air flow
  • Verification of electrical and gas supply to be sure everything meets code for new installation
  • Offer options to address your family’s allergies with an oxidation air purification system
All about teamwork

Our technicians and installers are trained and updated annually by factory representatives, factory representatives from Trane, Amana, Daikin and Honeywell certify our people before they can install their equipment.

Well trained and courteous

Our technicians are well paid. We don’t want them leaving and going to the competition. They are smart, courteous and reflect our moral compass

Honest and dependable

We don’t want to be the cheapest, we want to be known as craftsman – knowledgeable and sought out for our expertise. We have worked hard and learned many lessons in order to be considered amongst the best in our industry.

seasonal program for hvac maintenance

With NASCAIR Advantage, you can be assured that your system(s) will be inspected, cleaned and adjusted each season. There will be no worry about forgetting – as one of our Advantage Customers, NASCAIR will remind you to schedule your seasonal maintenance.

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Cooling

emergency?

Checklist

  • Turn the thermostat OFF
  • If you notice a wet spot on the ceiling or water in the furnace (inside unit) or blower (outside unit) area
  • DRIPPING WATER: If water is dripping from a pipe sticking out of the soffit:
  • Shut off A/C immediately at the breaker box you have an EMERGENCY
  • Call 803-802-8884 to set up a service appointment before the water damage becomes a bigger problem

heating

emergency?

Checklist

  • Turn the thermostat OFF
  • Now turn the thermostat to the HEAT setting and monitor to see if the system cycles back on
  • If the furnace is in the attic, ensure no one has unintentionally turned OFF the switch above the furnace. This is common during the Holiday Season
  • If this does not work please call 803-802-8884 to set up a service appointment