Chill This Summer with a New Air Conditioner


Technology is ever changing, and each year higher efficiency air conditioners are developed. Your Plumber Heating & Air provides the latest brands and models available so that you can relax in the comfort of your air conditioned home without worrying about a high energy bill.

Our technicians have years of experience installing air conditioning units and still continue their education as new technology develops.  We eat, sleep, and breathe AC units! We know how important it is to properly size and install an air conditioning unit that is best suited for your home and needs. A properly sized unit will not only run more efficiently but will also run at peak performance, delivering you years of dependable service and energy savings. Let us help you take control of your home’s indoor temperature and energy bill!

Are you unsure if you need a maintenance tune-up or a full air conditioner replacement, give Your Plumber a call!

Air Conditioner FAQ’s


We offer a variety of heating & air conditioning brands to fit every budget.  Once we evaluate your home and cooling needs, we can determine the size of the unit that your home requires. We will then provide air conditioner options and price ranges from which to choose. 


Purchasing a new AC unit is a major decision and can be a major financial headache. Don’t let that sway you, however, as we have 100% financing available through AMS Financial. Learn more about AMS Financial’s fast, online approval and which financing options are suitable for you. 

Note: AMS is a third party service and does not share your personal or financial information with us.

What does SEER mean?

SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio.  It is a standardized measurement for the overall operating efficiency of an air conditioning system.  The higher the system's SEER rating, the more efficient it is.  As a guideline, 15 SEER units are the new current standard.

What brands of HVAC equipment do you sell?

We install and service all brands of residential and light commercial HVAC systems and equipment such as Trane, Rheem and Frigidaire just to name a few. Learn more.

New Equipment Warranty

New equipment warranties come standard through each manufacturer; however the length of each warranty varies.  A typical warranty is 1-2 years on installation, 1-5 years on the controls, 5-10 years on the compressor and 10-20 years on the heat exchanger.

How often should an air conditioner be serviced?

Manufacturers recommend regular, preventative maintenance annually.  Your air conditioner will perform more effectively and will be more energy efficient when it is clean from dirt, debris, and unwanted guests (such as rodents). Learn more about our planned maintenance program.

Should an Air Conditioner be covered in the winter?

In order to extend the life of your AC unit when you have stopped using it for the season, and before inclement weather returns, it is best to cover your outside air conditioner units. In addition to covering your unit, remove the disconnect or fuse block and store it in a safe place until it is time to use your air conditioner again.