Waterloo HVAC Supplies & Installation Services
ATTN: We are open during road work! If traveling eastbound on Northfield Drive turn left at Colby Drive to avoid the construction.When you improve your home’s heating and cooling systems, you make yourself more comfortable and lower your energy bill too.
When it comes to improving your heating or cooling systems, our licensed and authorized Installation Services professionals are able to analyze your needs - for a new furnace, air conditioner, heat pump, water heater or air cleaner - and can expertly install new energy-efficient models such as high-quality systems by Trane and Ameristar. Systems such as the Trane Clean Effects Whole House Air Filtration system, which removes up to 99.98% of allergens, and Ductless Mini Split systems ideal for hard-to-regulate spaces, mean we can tailor your equipment uniquely to you and your home.
3 STEPS TO HEATING AND COOLING INSTALLATION STEP 1: FREE In-Home Consultation At a pre-scheduled time, our consultant will conduct a Comfort Survey to evaluate your heating and cooling needs - whether furnace, air conditioning, heat pump, and/or air filtration - for your home and your budget. To help them determine the best plan of action and new system best suited to you, they will consider many factors, from your system’s repair history to whether you have pets or family members sensitive to allergens. During this home visit, the consultant will provide you with a written proposal for the project and also discuss with you The Home Depot’s many extended service warranties.
STEP 2: Professional Installation A suitable time will be scheduled for your heating and/or cooling installation to take place. At this time, your installer will deliver your new system, remove the old, install your new Comfort System and, finally, conduct an audit to ensure optimal operation. Throughout the project, your installer will maintain a safe work site and ensure a thorough cleanup, including the responsible disposal of your existing unit.
STEP 3: Follow-Up Inspection Once the project is complete, your installer will meet with you to perform a final inspection and ensure your satisfaction with the new Comfort System that has been installed in your home.