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Why Work With One Call HVAC?
We know how difficult it is to find an HVAC contractor that you can trust for reliable and fair service. That is why we created this company over a decade ago, and have been expanding services ever since. One Call HVAC is a company built around the customer and we are proud to provide quality service at affordable rates to our neighbors throughout the South Shore. We specialize in high-efficiency heating and cooling systems, essential for the dramatic New England weather. We are also experts in new construction bathroom remodels and plumbing. Give us “One Call” today and we will provide you with a free estimate for your project!
HVAC Repair, Maintenance & Installation Across The South Shore
The team at One Call HVAC provides repair& installation services for residential and commercial clients throughout the South Shore. Based out of Plympton Massachusetts our team is comprised of skilled HVAC contractors that can help with a variety of projects. Whether you need help installing a central air system for your business, or you need repairs on your home’s gas heating system, we would be more than happy to help. At One Call HVAC, we pride ourselves on consistent good work that is matched by our transparency and honesty.
- Gas and oil heating service and repair
- High-efficiency heating systems
- Central air installation and service
- Heat pumps and mini-splits
- Electric, gas, sewer, and water trenches
- Septic system repair or install
Residential & Commercial Plumbing Repair In The South Shore
Our team can handle a variety of plumbing issues. From repairing/installing a new septic tank to handling the occasional clog, leak, etc. If it has a pipe we would be happy to take a look at it for you. Just like with our HVAC services we work with both residential and commercial clients throughout the South Shore area.
Frequently Asked Questions About HVAC
Whether you live in a one bedroom apartment, or a multi-level home, you may notice warm areas and cool areas around your living space. While it is normal for heat to be hottest near your heater, and for your AC to be the coldest area, it can be frustrating when that temperature doesn’t spread. It could be because of a lack of proper air circulation, potential leaks (cracks in window sills for example), or an inefficient HVAC system. Your best bet is to hire an HVAC contractor for a quick inspection.
In America, air conditioning accounts for about 12% of energy consumption. Meaning in the warmer months you are likely to see a large increase in utility costs. The same is true in the winter with heating. But you can greatly improve your utility costs by decreasing heat-loss factors. Keeping doors closed, minimizing cracks or areas where air can escape, and upgrading your doors/windows to dual-paned varieties can improve your HVAC efficiency. This is good for your wallet and the environment.
Two of the most important elements of an AC are their size and their power. It is a common misconception that a bigger AC automatically means a better cooling experience. You need the right size AC for your property. When it comes to cooling or heating you don’t want to overspend on the equipment or on the energy usage. A seasoned HVAC contractor can recommend a good unit based on the size of your home or the room you are trying to cool.
As an HVAC company on the South Shore we know the importance of staying warm during the winter months. Many customers who are remodeling or buying a new property wonder which heating method is best suited for the winter. Gas systems produce generally hotter air and are more efficient. However, they can wear out quicker and they are often more expensive. Electric furnaces tend to run at lower costs, last longer, and are safer to use but aren’t as efficient. If you would like a recommendation on either heating or AC equipment, give us a call.
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