Air Conditioner Repair and Installation Services
When you want it done right, it has to be DunRite!
At DunRite Heating & Air, Inc., we pride ourselves on our ability to repair almost any piece of air-conditioning equipment.
Air Conditioner Repair
Whether it is six months old or 60 years old, we have the skill level and the parts available to get almost any type of equipment repaired and working again.
When it comes to repairing your air-conditioning equipment, not everyone is willing or financially able to purchase a new system just because their existing equipment is older and not working.
Quite often, customers are led to believe parts are no longer available to service or repair their HVAC equipment. This is normally an attempt to up-sell new equipment.
When you hire DunRite Heating & Air, Inc. to handle your repair, we’ll arrive with decades of experience and the best part distributors in the business can offer at our disposal. We’ll ensure every possible means of repairing your equipment and making your home or business comfortable again.
Our well-equipped trucks are often stocked with the precise parts you need. However, if we do not have the correct part, we will procure the said part for you.
Air Conditioner Installation
We represent virtually all the best brands in the business: Payne, Bryant, Carrier, Day & Night, Lennox, Rheem, Ruud, American Standard, Trane, York, Amana, Coleman, Goodman, White Rodgers, Robertshaw, Honeywell, etc.
Some companies align themselves with a particular brand. That’s great if that company makes the right product that meets your needs, but we won’t sell you a particular system just because of the brand name. If we feel a different system is a better solution for your situation, we will get what you need.
If you are considering the purchase of a new air-conditioning system, DunRite Heating & Air, Inc. is the obvious choice. Way too often, we see consumers make the mistake of purchasing HVAC equipment based on a salesman’s persuasion or some form of advertising. The common-sense way to make a decision on a new HVAC purchase is to educate yourself based on facts, not sales hype. You as a consumer may find it helpful to check out our FAQs and our How to Pre-Qualify a Contractor page on this website.