HVAC Installation and Full Service Repair

Awesome Plumbing is your go to company for HVAC installation and repair.  We carry and install Armstrong products.  We are a licensed Armstrong Dealer.  When choosing quality and affordability, look no further than Armstrong.

Replace your old Air Conditioner or Furnace before the prices go up or before the summer heat takes over your home!

Every unit that we install is designed to deliver substantial durability, comfort, and energy efficiency, with leading-edge technology and brilliant features throughout. All heating and air conditioners are continuously being improved, tested and tweaked in order to keep the quality and design as sufficient for every homeowner. Awesome Plumbing stands behind our Air Conditioners and Furnaces. So rest assured, when you choose Awesome Plumbing for your HVAC needs, you aren’t just making a smart choice, you’re making a professional’s choice.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will a new furnace or air conditioner help lower my utility bills?

The answer is usually yes, depending on the age and efficiency level of your current unit. Please discuss this with your dealer, who will be able to estimate the efficiency level of your current unit, and explain the advantages of a new unit.

How do I know what size air conditioner or furnace I need?

Your dealer will do a load calculation on your home to determine the proper equipment size. Today’s units are often significantly more efficient than older models and don’t need to be as large to deliver the same or better amount of comfort. The load calculation is an important and potentially money-saving step to take, rather than just replacing your current unit with one of the same size.

What’s the difference between a heat pump and an air conditioner? Which is better?

A heat pump is really two units in one – an air conditioner, and in the cooler months, a heater. If electrical costs in your area are lower than other fossil fuels, you may want to explore installing a heat pump in your home. When the heat pump is in the heating mode, it pulls heat out of the outdoor air and uses that to heat your home. If the outdoor air is too cold (around 32° F), then it uses electrical strip heaters to heat the air.

What is the warranty on my unit?

The manufacturer’s warranty begins on the date of installation and lasts varying lengths of time depending on the type of unit installed. The warranty term can be found on the back cover of the installation manual for your unit. You can check with your installing dealer if you no longer have your installation manual. You will need to have the model and serial number of your unit, which can be found on the front or side of your unit.

What is covered by the manufacturer’s warranty?

The manufacturer’s warranty covers most mechanical parts. It does not include labor, refrigerant, shipping charges or a replacement unit. You may have an extended warranty that was purchased through a third-party insurer. Please check with your installing dealer for information on any extended warranties.

How do I receive a warranty part?

All warranty parts are made available through independent wholesale distributors. Your installing dealer must fill out a warranty claim form, and then receive the part from the distributor.