Heater Replacement and Installation Professionals
Need A New Heat System Installation?*
After years of use, heating systems can become less efficient at reliable. You may experience problems with your heat when you first turn it on after a long summer, and if think it might be time for an upgrade, our experienced and qualified Heating technicians will come to your home and provide a thorough review.
After assessing your Heating system, the technicians at
L&H Heating and Air Conditioning will give you an honest appraisal. Triad homeowners have come to trust the suggestions of L&H to tell you whether you need a repair or if you need a new heater installed.
All Free Estimates will include a full explanation of the problem. If you choose installation of a new device, we offer a vast selection of Trane Heating and Air Conditioning systems designed to fit your budget and home comfort needs.
When you are looking for a heater for your home, there are a number of options and features to choose from:
One most popular options among most Summerfield homeowners for heating the cool winters in NC are Furnaces. Furnaces usually run on gas or oil, and also electric, but our Summerfield Furnace experts can help you select the right fit for your budget, the size of your home, and your energy goals. Best of all, we pair all of our products with a professional furnace installation service.
Ductless Split Systems
If you are looking for a different option than running ductwork, you may want to look at a ductless split system. Ductless mini splits are comprised of an outdoor compressor unit and an indoor unit just like normal central air systems. However, different that forced air units, the indoor air units are mounted on your wall, distributing the warmed air directly. A small conduit containing refrigerant and electrical lines connect the indoor and outdoor units, making installation fast and easy. There are numerous blowers that make it easy to temperature zones individually which will make it easier than using multiple thermostats. Things to consider however, are cost and a drainage option.