A St. Louis winter simply wouldn’t be tolerable without a cozy home. Whether you’re coming home from work, school, shopping or a winter activity, a warm home is a must have. Awtrey Heating & Air Conditioning serves the greater St. Louis area with exceptional maintenance, repair and installation services for gas, electric and hydronic heating systems.
A Complete System
If you know anything about HVAC, then you know that your home indoor comfort system is made up of a lot of pieces of equipment. When you call Awtrey out for any type of heating service, we have the experience required to look at your system as a whole. When we give you advice, it comes from many years of experience. We’re an authorized American Standard Customer Care dealer, a Mitsubishi Diamond Contractor, we’re EPA certified and have an A+ business rating with the Better Business Bureau. Are we bragging? Well, not really. We’re just trying to back what we say, when we tell you that you can trust our dedication to providing you with the finest comfort solutions.
Furnaces and related equipment have come a long way in the last 20 years. Modern furnaces feature full modulating flames for greater efficiency, along with condensing technology that also allows them to burn less gas when heating. Variable speed ECM fan motors make a new furnace (or fan coil) whisper quiet. No more turning up the game when the heat or A/C kicks on! Part of providing our St. Louis customers with top-quality service is building our solutions on equipment sourced from leading manufacturers.
When you trust Awtrey with the comfort of your home, you’ll receive the best of both worlds: exceptional service and quality equipment. Call us today for any indoor comfort need. We can’t wait to enhance the quality of your indoor comfort control.
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Free In-Home Estimate
If anyone tries to price out a system for you without stepping foot inside your home, politely tell them goodbye and then run the other direction as fast as you can! HVAC systems must be designed and sized for your specific home and needs. We’ve saved a lot of homeowners substantial amounts of money by correcting bid requests for over-sized equipment. Let us give you the right recommendations.
Nobody really likes the word repair. Think about it… whether it has to do with your laptop, car or HVAC system, it typically means unexpected time and expense right out the window. We’re homeowners too, and we understand the drain a home can present to the budget sometimes. We help remove the sting of repair by properly assessing the situation, and giving you the rock solid advice you need to make the right decision.
Replacing an old furnace involves a lot more than sliding out the old furnace, and installing the new. 99.9% of the time there are changes that must be made to satisfy factory specifications for the new equipment. As always, Awtrey takes these specifications into account, and performs the replacement/installation the right way. This protects your investment in the new equipment, and ensure reliable, efficient performance.
Whole House Humidifier
If you grew up in the Midwest, you know what it’s like to jump in bed as a kid, and watch all of the “sparks” from static electricity under the blankets. Our winters are DRY and that not only means uncomfortable skin, but higher gas bills because dry air feels colder. A whole house humidifier will work wonders for both your comfort and your utility bills. We install Aprilaire products, and offer several varieties.
Why Tune-Ups Matter
Let’s use the car analogy again: what would happen if people all over St. Louis quit taking their vehicles in for service? No oil changes, no nothing. We all know that answer to that question. Did you know your HVAC system is no different? It might not need an “oil change” every month, but it does need seasonal tune-ups to protect both efficiency and reliability. We service all brands of equipment.
We Stand Behind Our Work
All of our installations come with a FIVE year labor warranty. Pay close attention, most manufacturers will give you a ten year parts warranty, but the industry standard is a ONE year labor warranty. That is basically a 6 month warranty, you get one heating season and one cooling season.
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