Heating & Air Conditioning, Greensboro, NC

For heating & air conditioning assessments, installations, and repairs in Greensboro, give us a call.

When it comes to heating & air conditioning, most people don’t think a whole lot about these complex systems until they stop working. Living and working in a place like Greensboro, North Carolina, you are sure to notice if the air conditioning stops working in the hot and humid summer or if the heat stops working during the chilly winter. What you might not realize is that your heating & air conditioning systems do more for your indoor air quality than just make the temperature more comfortable. They also pull excess moisture out of the air, preventing the overgrowth of mold and mildew. They can even help filter the air of contaminants, including reducing bacteria and viruses in the air.

Heating & Air Conditioning in Greensboro, North Carolina

Here at Energy Works, we offer many service options to help keep your heating & air conditioning system in tip-top shape. Here are a few of the services we can provide:

  • Assessing your current system: We can check your existing HVAC system for energy efficiency and make recommendations about how to improve its efficiency.
  • New system installation: We can help you install an energy-efficient system and may even be able to help you get energy rebates.
  • Heating & air conditioning repair: Our technicians can repair and maintain many of the top brands of HVAC systems.
  • HVAC service agreements: With a service agreement, you never have to worry about who to call when you need repairs, and with our regular maintenance and system checks, you are less likely to need repair calls anyway.

When it comes to heating & air conditioning in Greensboro, we can help you stay healthy and comfortable in your home or business. Give us a call today.

At Energy Works, we offer heating & air conditioning services in the Piedmont Triad area, including Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, Advance, Burlington, Asheboro, Kernersville, Lexington, and Clemmons, North Carolina.