Call TriState Home Services for air conditioning repair and replacements, professional air duct cleaning, ventilation problems, and heat pump repair and seasonal safety inspections. We are your complete Home Air Comfort Specialists.
Call the HVAC Specialists, TriState Home Services today for high efficiency air conditioning installations that will keep you and your family in low cost, eco-friendly comfort all year!
The most common type of air conditioning system in this area, is a central forced air split-system. These systems have an air conditioner or heat pump located outside of the building with either an indoor cooling coil attached to a furnace, or an indoor fan coil located in the basement or attic. Split-system central air conditioners come in a variety of efficiency ranges from 14 SEER to as high as 20+ SEER.
For areas that can’t be ducted, mini-split air conditioners are a popular choice. These consist of an outdoor unit piped to a small self contained blower coil unit installed on the wall or ceiling. With efficiency levels as high as 26 SEER, mini-split systems can be a great choice for areas such as sun rooms, or other hard to cool areas.
Since usually over half of the energy used in your home goes to heating & cooling, making a smart decisions about your home’s cooling system can have a big effect on your utility bills — and your comfort. We carry a complete line of Energy Star qualified equipment, with many systems qualifying for federal or local tax credits or rebates on energy efficient systems.
If you need maintenance, or emergency service for the central air conditioner in your home or office, you’ve come to the right place.
Since 1949 our family has been providing AC service to:
Our NATE Certified Technicians are available 24 Hours per day, 7 days per week, and 365 days per year and can perform maintenance on, or repair almost any type of residential or light commercial air conditioning system.
By using a contractor with NATE technicians, you can be sure you have hired someone who has invested in training & testing to insure that their technicians have the knowledge to fix your air conditioner right the first time.
When you call for service on your air conditioner, our customer service representative will work with you to schedule an available appointment time so you can choose the most convenient time for your schedule. If you want to meet us, we can even call you 30 minutes to an hour ahead of our arrival time to allow you time to get home.
After your technician arrives, they will confirm the problem you are experiencing. Then, they will diagnose your AC system’s problem. You pay only the basic diagnostic fee no matter how long it takes.
After your technician diagnosis the problem, it will be explained to you clearly. First the technician will explain to you what the problem is, then provide you with a list of the repairs that must be done to fix it, or complete the diagnosis. We will also explain any options you might have in which repairs are required to fix your AC system and get it back-up and running again.
Almost all of the pricing for repairs are listed in our price book, and are all inclusive. Besides any applicable sales taxes, there are no additional surprise costs, even if takes longer than we estimated to fix your AC.
At TriState Home Services, we strive to provide you with the most cost-effective solutions that will help you with your cooling needs. We offer a variety of air conditioning systems — from central systems, mini-split systems and packaged terminal systems in — order to address your individual requirements in terms of space, architecture, or climate conditions.
Also known as a ducted air conditioning system, central air conditioning systems keep the whole house or commercial space cool by distributing cool air through a network of ducts and vents. The ducts used by central systems can also be used to distribute heat during winter.
Unlike central air conditioning systems, mini-split air conditioning systems do not need ducts to distribute cool air throughout a property. Instead, they are used to cool individual areas inside a house or building. The compressor and heat exchangers — the outdoor components of mini-split units — don’t have to be located directly behind the indoor portion, giving property owners the convenience of placing these outside components in a location where they will not be displayed prominently.
A PTAC is a self-contained, through-the wall appliance that is mounted through a hole cut into an exterior wall. They are like window units, but with no outdoor portion protruding from the wall outside.
Before getting an air conditioning system installed, it’s best to understand your needs and compare them against the options available to you. TriState Home Service can perform a thorough home energy audit to help you maximize your energy savings and get the most out of your investment.