Central heating is an important part of any home or business. After all, your central heating is like the heart of your home. During the long winter months, your comfort is dependent upon it.
Installing central heating is nothing to take lightly, and that’s why Jennings Heating & Cooling will go to any length to find the right system for you. We carry all the top brands, which our NATE-certified technicians will be happy to install. We can also customize your home heating system to meet your specific needs.
You Won’t Find Better Service
With over 80 years in the business, Jennings Heating & Cooling offers competent and friendly service any time of day, all year round. Our properly trained and certified technicians utilize the latest technologies when installing your system to make the process as quick and cost-effective as possible.
We want you to be comfortable and safe. We can provide suggestions to improve your unit’s efficiency and increase its longevity.
Your satisfaction means everything to us, and we can guarantee there’s no fine print involved. Just ask any of our 25,000 satisfied customers. In addition:
- We will never charge an extra fee for emergencies
- There are no overtime rates
- All repairs are made at a fixed price with an upfront quote
- We’re an Angie’s List Super Service Award Winner
- We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau
- We can service any brand, from installation to removal
Jennings Does More Than Just Install Your Central Heating
We take care of it. To ensure that the value of your system lasts, it’s important to establish a relationship based on care and maintenance. If properly managed, your system can last for 15 years or more. That’s why we offer many maintenance services. Plus, we can show you how to save money on your heating bills by helping you create a furnace maintenance plan. Here are a few tips:
- Have central heating maintenance checks at least once per year
- Change the filter every 4 to 6 months
- Clean the outside of the air compressor regularly
- Things you can check for yourself include leaks, proper drainage, and cracks in hose connections, or faulty gas burners.