Welcome to Precision Heating & Cooling: A Fountain Inn HVAC Contractor
Precision Heating & Cooling is a family owned company located in Simpsonville, SC that serves Greenville, Anderson, Laurens and Spartanburg counties. They provide professional Fountain Inn HVAC services to Fountain Inn and all surrouding areas.The owners, David and Michelle Dobbins, chose to re-locate in Greenville in 2004 because they loved the area. With a family of four small children, they wanted to live somewhere with great schools and family activities. They found that in Greenville and more. "We love the community and the people here and we wouldn't dream of moving anywhere else." says Michelle.
Precision Heating & Cooling
Fountain Inn HVAC Contractor
We provide quality Fountain Inn heating and air conditioning services to fit your needs. Our professional Fountain Inn technicians are more than happy to provide you with the answers to the many questions that you might have for your Fountain Inn HVAC system. We service and repair all brands of units and we install name brands that include Carrier, Bryant, American Standard and much more. Precision Heating and Cooling, Inc. also offers financing through American General.
Fountain Inn Water Heaters
One benefit of a tankless water heater is that they will save space in your Fountain Inn home. They are a safer type of unit and also will help to reduce the cost of your heating. If you are looking for an energy-efficient as well as an endless supply of hot water than you will want to look into purchasing a tankless water heater. But before you purchase one, it's important that you learn more about it. There are many buying guides for all of the various choices of water heaters that you have to choose from. Our skilled Fountain Inn technicians can help you choose the one that best suits you and your family. We offer water heatesr, tankless water heater, tankless water heaters, and hot water heaters.
Fountain Inn Heat Pumps
As people throughout the world think and take action to preserve the natural environment, most in developed countries are taking a fresh look at how they use energy to heat and cool their homes. Furnaces, boilers and air conditioning units are becoming more efficient. Most, however, rely on fossil fuels. Whether a homeowner looks at a more efficient air conditioner or an air-source heat pump, they will reduce their energy usage somewhat. Whether these systems are operated by oil burners, natural gas or electricity, they still rely on fossil fuel. The alternative, and the most energy-efficient way to heat and cool a home, is a geothermal heat pump.
Use of geothermal heat pumps to heat and cool residential homes is a relatively new phenomenon. For many, these systems remain too expensive to consider for their homes. Geothermal units are being installed in an increasing number of homes. Because of their amazing energy-efficiency, geothermal units are worth understanding and considering.