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Heating & Cooling Services in Evanston, Ohio

When you’re facing a long list of HVAC company names, you want a company that is well-known among Evanston homeowners. You want one that people talk about for good reasons—because they respond quickly and do quality work in an efficient manner. And you want one whose contractors impress you with their dependability, reliability, and good manners. This is why the name of National Heating and Air Conditioning will rise to the top of your list.

Don’t put up with an inefficient Evanston home any longer. The experts at National Heating and Air Conditioning are a quick call away—(513) 621-4620!

Heating Services in Evanston

Furnaces are built to last, but they don’t last forever. Even when a furnace is well maintained with regular filter changes and annual tune-ups, the U.S. Department of Energy recommends replacing a faltering furnace if it is 15 years old or older.

When your furnace’s “clock” is up, you can count on National Heating and Air Conditioning to properly size a new furnace so that you don’t buy one that is too large or too small. Many contractors want you to do the former because bigger furnaces usually cost more. But an oversized furnace will turn on, heat up too quickly, and then abruptly turn off again—a process that is known as short cycling. Ironically, it can undercut the longevity of any furnace. Meanwhile, a furnace that is too small will run longer than it should to reach the setting on the thermostat. Neither scenario is good, so when you install a furnace with National, we will be sure to size your furnace to your home’s exacting needs. Besides furnace installation, we offer:

When you need heating services in the Evanston area, there’s only one name you need to know: National Heating and Air Conditioning. Contact us today!

Evanston Air Conditioning Services

Like furnaces, air conditioners have a definitive lifespan, too. And it’s generally shorter than that of a furnace because an air conditioner is a much more complex piece of machinery. It doesn’t make much sense to keep repairing an air conditioner that is 10 years old or older because it will be quite outdated compared to current models. At this point, it’s prudent to consider an energy-efficient model, which can save you between 20 and 40 percent on your energy bill. A new air conditioner also should improve the quality of your indoor air, making it more comfortable and less humid. In addition to installing new air conditioners throughout Evanston, National Heating and Air Conditioning offers:

Give us a call at (513) 621-4620 to learn more about our air conditioning services in Evanston, OH, or to schedule an appointment today!

Insulation Services in Evanston

Even a new furnace and air conditioner will fail to deliver their promised energy savings in a home that is not properly sealed and insulated. Air will drift out of your home’s “envelope:” the roof, attic, doors, windows, subfloor, and walls. The Department of Energy puts it this way: “If you added up all the leaks, holes and gaps in a typical home’s envelope, it would be the equivalent of having a window open every day of the year.” Let National Heating and Air Conditioning inspect your home and see if it could benefit from:

Not sure if your Evanston home could benefit from any of the services listed above? Contact us to find out.

Professional Heating & Cooling Services in Evanston, OH

Stranded in the summer heat without air conditioning? Dealing with a dying furnace? Whatever your HVAC needs are in Evanston, National has you covered. We’ve seen it all and we have the skills you need to keep your home comfortable all year long.

Contact us online or call us at (513) 621-4620 to schedule an appointment with a reliable HVAC company in Evanston, Ohio.

FAQs

My house is drafty. Do I need
new windows and doors?

When a house is drafty, the first things that many people think about are doors and windows. In fact, there are a handful of home energy upgrades that are much more cost-effective and beneficial than windows and doors (which can cost an arm and a leg but may not do…

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My house is cold. Do I need a larger furnace?

There are many causes for a house being uncomfortably cold in the winter, and there are at least as many solutions. Typically, a cold house is a drafty house with significant air leakage and insufficient insulation. Sometimes it can be caused by a leaky duct system or a poorly performing…

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Is all insulation created equal?

No! Not all insulation is equal. In fact, the insulation in many North American homes today was either improperly installed, or has settled over time, or has been compromised by air leakage. In many cases, existing insulation in homes performs so poorly that the house remains uncomfortable and energy bills…

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Is it possible to manage my home’s energy consumption from a smartphone?

Breakthrough technology over the last few years has made it possible to monitor and manage your home or building's energy consumption via WiFi, allowing you to view your home's energy use in real time and even turn devices on and off. It is even possible to manage energy use using…

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