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Nothing could be worse than having your air conditioner break down in the middle of a hot summer day, or for your heater to suddenly malfunction during a cold winter night. This is why it is important to know you can depend on a reliable and trustworthy heating and cooling company such as Philadelphia Gas Heating and Air Conditioning to save the day. We are full-service Philadelphia based HVAC contractors that provide a variety of HVAC services such as:
We provide the best residential and commercial HVAC contractors in the Philadelphia including the Delco, Montco, Bucks, Chester, and South Jersey. Philadelphia Gas Heating and Air Conditioning has continuously served the Northeast Philadelphia and Metropolitan area for over 50+ years. We provide the most experienced HVAC contractors in the business, they bring many years of premium training and experience, including experience with Goodman HVAC products but also with many other brands of HVAC equipment.
Philadelphia Gas Heating and Air Conditioning is the HVAC company of choice for most residents and businesses in Philadelphia, and for good reason:
The average life of an HVAC system varies depending on where your home or business is located and whether your HVAC system was properly maintained. On average, a HVAC system will last between 10 and 20 years.
HVAC systems should be serviced every year. This should be done once in the fall for your furnace, and once in the spring for your AC unit. By having yearly preventative maintenance performed by trained professionals, you will ensure that your HVAC system is performing optimally.
As a Goodman HVAC equipment dealer, Philadelphia Gas Heating & Air Conditioning is the best resource for HVAC equipment and supplying the correct parts for your Goodman HVAC system.
First, make sure that the air conditioner or furnace unit is turned on. Second, check that the breakers and the disconnects are turned on. Third, be sure the thermostat is set correctly. Finally, report any strange noises or smells coming from your HVAC equipment.
SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. Its commonly used to measure the efficiency of a central air conditioning unit. More efficient units will have a higher SEER Rating.