You can trust that Brian Easton & Sons Heating and Air Conditioning installs and services only the highest quality cooling products for reliable performance. Our sales team will help you to determine the right product for your home and ensure that you are satisfied with the results.
Better Energy Efficiency
An air conditioning system is more than just a piece of equipment. It’s a home comfort system for your entire family during the hot summer months. A proper high-efficiency cooling system can also save you money on energy bills. We offer new installations, replacements, repairs, services, sales and maintenance on residential systems and light commercial systems.
At Brian Easton & Sons Heating and Air Conditioning, our relationship with you doesn’t end when the installation ends. We provide ongoing support, service and expert advice for all your cooling needs. Regular air conditioning service and tune-ups can maintain your equipment’s efficiency and performance. Our service and maintenance checks will help to identify and diagnose any cooling problems and prevent expensive issues in the future.
Servicing All Makes and Models
If you are experiencing problems with your cooling system or are concerned about age or energy efficiency, we will give you the best advice and options to help you decide whether to repair or replace your equipment. We can service all makes and models for all your cooling needs.
Air Conditioner FAQ's:
Q: When should I have my air conditioner serviced/cleaned?
A: Once a year in the spring, before you turn your unit on, contact Brian Easton & Sons Heating and Air Conditioning to have your cooling system inspected and cleaned.
Q: Should I repair or replace my air conditioner?
A: The costs associated with operating and maintaining older equipment can be very high. Older equipment is less energy-efficient and more likely to break down. Depending upon the problem and the type of equipment you own, it could be more costly to repair your unit. Also, replacement parts maybe difficult to find.
Q: What type of refrigerant should I use?
A: Since 1930, Freon refrigerant has been used in cooling systems. And while it is still available, the Clean Air Act of 1990 prohibited the production of Freon-22 based air conditioners and heat pumps in 2010, and Freon-22 production entirely by 2020. As Freon-22 production declines, the cost increases. Puron® refrigerant, 410A, is chlorine-free and environmentally sound and won’t deplete the ozone layer. Our heat pumps and air conditioners using Puron refrigerant show exceptional reliability.