Traditional Air Conditioners
Whether your house is just too hot during a brutal Western New York summer, your current air conditioner isn’t as energy efficient as you’d like, or has just stopped working altogether –
Capital Heat can provide a solution.
Choosing the right air conditioning unit for your house is as important as the decision to have one. Fortunately, Capital Heat is dedicated to finding the right solution for your home. We offer free estimates, which means one of our highly trained technicians will visit your house and evaluate your unique needs. That way, we can recommend the right air conditioning solution for your specific circumstances, or recommend a repair to your current system.
Like most things in life, your air conditioning unit will probably require some maintenance and upkeep in order to keep doing its job. Capital Heat doesn’t just help you choose and install your unit; we’ll be there for you year after year to service your equipment as needed. Whether it’s a scheduled tune-up or a middle-of-the-night emergency, you can always count on Capital Heat.
Ductless Air Conditioners
When considering a new AC system, you may be deciding between installing a traditional air conditioning unit or a ductless system. Ductless systems can have tremendous benefits when it comes to energy efficiency, and are preferable to window units when it comes to air leakage or security concerns. The decision to put in a ductless air conditioner over a traditional system will typically depend on whether or not you have existing ductwork, and the size of your home or space to be cooled.
Cold Climate Heat Pump
The main function of a heat pump is to move heat from one area to another.
Using relatively little energy and burning far less fossil fuel than traditional alternatives, heat pumps capture, generate and extract their own heat.
A Cold Climate Heat Pump uses a heat exchanger installed outside your home to take low temperature heat from the outside air, transfer it indoors by way of a compressor, and circulate it through your home. This solution is more energy-efficient than forced air systems using fossil fuels.
Harnessing the heat energy just below our feet.
Whereas cold climate heat pumps pull heat from the air outside, geothermal heating works by harnessing the heat energy just feet below the earth’s surface and converting it into warm air or water through the use of geothermal heat pumps.
Geothermal is by far the most efficient heat pump on the market, providing considerable savings on bills, and works even in extreme low temperatures.
How Can We Help You?
Let our experts take a look at your situation, listen to your needs and goals, and figure out the best solution for you and your home.