Meeting the HVAC Service Needs of Birmingham
You shouldn’t wait until extreme temperatures set in before you address your hvac service needs because your heating and cooling system help to regulate temperature all year long. Our technicians understand the importance of a well-maintained HVAC system, so we treat every service call as a chance to make you a lifelong customer.
The experts at Freedom Heating and Cooling are certified and trained to provide a quick and inexpensive resolution to any of your service needs, whether planned or unexpected.
Alabama is subject to some unique winter conditions. While the reputation is typically for a mild season, many don’t know that nightly freezing can occur. It’s this fluctuation between warm and cold that actually can do a large amount of damage, due to condensation, corrosion, and expansion/contraction of building materials. We perform services on:
- High Efficiency Furnaces
- Heat Pump Systems
- Hybrid Systems
- Reverse Heating
Air Conditioning Services
Summers in Alabama are some of the hottest in the United States. On any given day throughout the season, you can expect an average of 90 degrees. Even on cooler summer days, the humidity and storm season means that open windows aren’t always an option. Freedom services every type of air conditioning unit, including:
- Forced Air Systems
- Split Air Systems
- Zoned Heating Systems
- Hybrid Systems
Why Choose Freedom Heating and Cooling?
At Freedom, we strive to bring you service that’s done right the first time, every time. When you call us for all of your HVAC service needs, you can always expect:
Punctual, experienced technicians
A no-cost in-home consultation
Thorough inspections with tips & suggestions
Convenient financing options
Comprehensive worry-free guarantees
Whether cold or hot, Freedom Heating and Cooling has the tools to help you weather any season. 205-444-4444
The latest trend in home comfort is having a personal comfort system per room. It costs more than a traditional HVAC system, but it is the cheapest way to go in the long run. Some people will spend $30,000 for hospital-like clean air and comfort for their family. Some pay as little as $5,000 for builder grade, minimal comfort. However, most spend between $8,000 and $12,000 for home comfort.
Air filtration is often not a thought until a new furnace is dirty and clogged, causing damage that ends up to be more expensive than proper filtration. The minimum ideal filter is 5 inches thick and rated at least MERV 10. Be skeptical of any filter that does not publish its MERV rating, as it most likely not as good as their charts and packaging claim.