Today’s HVAC units are designed with a greener footprint; they are energy efficient; they have improved comfort and give you more controls. They are meant to provide consistent cooling and heating capabilities for you and your family, year in and year out.

With that said, however, nothing lasts forever—and whether due to old age or improper maintenance, your unit may one day need to be replaced. When it does, make sure you call Andy Lewis, the leading name in HVAC replacement in Charlotte. We’ve served North Carolina homeowners for many years and built a reputation for trust and integrity.

After all, our job is to assess your heating and cooling needs and to recommend the best, most affordable solution. Then, we’ll get it installed quickly and seamlessly. From there, we’ll spend some time making sure you know how your system works, and we can also guide you through maintenance—ensuring you’re doing everything you need to be doing to keep your HVAC in good working order.

 


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  • “Jamie was our technician. He was helpful and very professional. He explained that we needed a new filter for our air quality unit and explained how we could save energy cost by properly regulating our 2 zone thermostats. We definitely would want to have Jamie in future maintenance visits.”

    — Warren Chase