Heating & Cooling in Lynhurst & the Greater Surrounding Area
No matter what time of the year it is, your home is your oasis from busy schedules and responsibilities, which is why it’s crucial for homeowners to ensure their HVAC unit is functioning optimally at all times. So, when something goes wrong, the indoor comfort and air quality of your home can diminish significantly.
With over 35 years of experience, the certified HVAC team at M&K Heating and Air Conditioning has the knowledge and skills to provide homeowners with solutions to their HVAC units. Whether repairs, maintenance, or installations, you can count on us to get the job done right.
We proudly offer 24/7/365 service and no extra charge for after-hours, emergencies, weekends, or holidays! We can also provide you with same-day or next-day installations in the event that you have an HVAC problem that needs immediate attention! Call us directly or book an appointment with us online today!
How do I know what kind of HVAC I have?
Homeowners can check what type of HVAC unit they have installed in their home by observing the following:
If you are still unable to determine what type of HVAC unit you have, there should be an identification sticker located on the unit that outlines its make and model.
How often should I get my central HVAC cleaned?
Generally speaking, homeowners should book an appointment to have their central HVAC system cleaned every two years. This service is responsible for removing built-up dust, hair, dirt, and other debris that has been collected throughout the year. By doing so, you can improve your indoor air quality while ensuring your HVAC unit is operating as energy-efficient as possible.
How does HVAC work in a house?
There are numerous types of HVAC units for homes. However, they typically fall into either a ductless or central system. If you have a central system, homeowners are able to heat or cool their entire home at once using a thermostat. On the other hand, if you have a ductless system, you are only able to heat or cool one room in your home at a time.
In addition, if you wish to heat or cool multiple rooms in your home but only have a ductless HVAC system, you will need to install individual units in each room that you wish to control the temperature. Beyond this, each HVAC unit utilizes a different method to heat, cool, and ventilate air throughout your home. Nonetheless, they all contribute to creating a comfortable home environment for you and your family.
Is HVAC same as furnace?
An HVAC system is any system that provides heating, ventilation, and air conditioning to your home. On the other hand, a furnace is a type of heating system that warms your home. Therefore, a furnace is an essential component of your overall HVAC system.