Heating & Furnace Repair and Installation in Charleston, SC & Surrounding Areas
Charleston is fortunate to enjoy relatively mild winters, but you’ll still need a reliable central heating system to keep your family warm and comfortable when the temperature dips on chilly nights. At Myatt & Bates Heating & Air, we provide a full array of heating repair, installation and maintenance services.
Heating Repair in Charleston, SCYour house and family are cold, but the furnace won’t turn on. A broken furnace can ruin your day, but it can become much worse if your service provider doesn’t respond in a timely manner. At Myatt & Bates Heating & Air, we are always on call, so you can rest assured someone will answer your inquiry quickly. Our NATE-certified technicians are equipped with the latest diagnostic tools to rapidly locate the cause of the problem and complete the required furnace repairs.Some furnace breakdowns can create a health hazard, so we provide 24/7 service to ensure your family will never be left out in the cold. We always try to set appointments around your schedule, and the majority of heating repairs are completed in just one visit.
Heating MaintenanceMany people who live in the area invest in our Cool Club maintenance plan that provides seasonal tune-ups for your air conditioning and heating systems. You’ll be assured that your furnace is running at peak efficiency before winter arrives. During our annual visit in the fall, our technicians will calibrate, test, clean and optimize your system. Avoid the hassle of a broken furnace by having your unit serviced before winter arrives.
Heating Installation in Charleston, SCAs a trained and experienced HVAC contractor, we understand the importance of practicing state-of-the-art HVAC science. At Myatt & Bates Heating & Air, each heat pump or furnace installation begins by establishing the specific capacity your home requires to remain comfortable and energy efficient. Unfortunately, oversized heating systems can cause drafts, uneven temperatures and stale pockets of air. Undersized units are even worse, and you may find yourself wearing a sweater on frosty winter nights.
Options for Heating SystemsSelecting a heating system is usually determined by energy costs and local fuel availability. Fortunately, our winter weather is typically mild, so there are several practical options:
- Heat Pumps: Heat pumps work in the same basic way as air conditioners and refrigerators. They move heat energy from one area to another. It’s important to remember heat pump efficiency declines when temperatures fall into the freezing digits.
- Furnaces: Natural gas furnaces are available in efficiencies up to 98 percent. High-efficiency units offer many features, are reasonably priced, and the cost of fuel is reasonably economical.