Mocksville Geothermal Heating Installation

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Business Description: Davidson Heating & Air, Inc is proud of our years of service to the Lexington area and we look forward to helping you with your air conditioning and heating needs. We are pleased to serve both residential and commercial customers and we repair all makes and models of equipment. Our team is prepared to help you with the sales, service, and installation of the comfort system that is ideal for your home or business. Be sure to ask Davidson Heating & Air, Inc. for a free estimate. Whether it's a new installation or routine service, our factory-trained technicians provide the expertise your comfort depends on. When it comes to your family or your business, you want dependable air conditioning and heating systems that provide you with value as well as comfort. Thanks to Davidson Heating & Air, Inc. you can count on service you can trust from people you can trust.
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Business Description: Since 2005 J's HVAC Unlimited LLC, has provided quality heating and air conditioning service to thousands of customers in the North Carolina and Southwestern Virginia areas. We provide the service as if you are our only customer. Our mission statement says it all, "When Quality Matters!" We pride ourselves on doing the job right the first time. At our company when you receive an estimate, our comfort consultants will provide you with a computer generated manual j load calculation verifying the system proposed is adequately sized to provide year around comfort and energy efficient to save you money. Also as a company that cares about our environment we strive to use the newest technologies in not only heating and cooling equipment, but in the way we do business as well. One way we are "Going Green" is our technicians and comfort consultants carry iPads to not only eliminate paper, but to assist in getting your required documents immediately. Another aspect that sets J's HVAC Unlimited LLC apart is we care about our customers, employees, and community. We do this by giving back to local charities frequently. We have supported little league athletics, Habitat for Humanity, schools, individuals with needs, Young Life, and natural disaster funds. If your looking to replace or service your current HVAC system, contact J's HVAC Unlimited LLC for a free quote.
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Business Description: Associated Heating and Air Conditioning has been family owned and operated since 1977. We strive to provide the best heating and air for your family or workplace. Since the beginning of the company, Associated Heating and Air Conditioning believes customer satisfaction ranks highest priority. The owners of Associated Heating and Air Conditioning strive to uphold Christian values, promoting honesty and ethics in every job. Associated Heating and Air Conditioning would appreciate the opportunity to provide services for your family home or business project. Associated Heating & Air Conditioning is a member of Chamber of Commerce and the Better Business Bureau, and is a supplier of: Air Conditioning Equipment, Heating Equipment, Cooling Systems, and HVAC Systems. In addition, Associated Heating & Air Conditioning of Wilkes County is an authorized retailer of Water Furnace® geothermal home comfort equipment.
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Business Description: Since 1979, Blaze Air, Inc has been serving the Winston Salem, NC in all it heating and cooling needs. We can meet all your needs to make your home more comfortable while providing incredible energy savings. We are a family owned and operated company ready to serve you from the moment you call us, to the moment our technicians leave your home. So, call us now to schedule an appointment!
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Business Description: Forsyth County's original fully-licensed subcontractor in all three major trades: Electrical, Plumbing and Heating & Cooling.
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Business Description: Byers Well Drilling has been in business since the 1960's. We can do as little or as much as you need for your complete residential or community water system. We are also very involved in the geothermal heating and cooling system installations. We have drilled the geo boreholes and installed the hdpe piping. Please give us a call for further information. DBA: Southeast Geothermal Inc. Additional Contact: Tracy Dillard Additional Website: http://www.segeothermal.com/
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Recent Review: The entire company was polite and efficient. The work was performed very close to the time frame they promise, and the system is working well. I had to call them back one time for a connection that lost it electrical connection and they can out and repaired it very fast. As part of their customer satisfaction program, the check back to see how the system is perofrming. They've made a couple of those calls already.
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Recent Review: A lot of people involved and very well coordinated. They answered all my questions before, during and after and provided opportunity for me to see some of their other work. I highly recommend.
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Recent Review: Excellent! Very courteous and reasonable cost!
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Recent Review: We have a large hard-to-heat historic house with 2 floors and a basement which was previously heated and cooled by 2 gas furnaces, both older than 20 years, and cooled by 2 AC units that were also nearing the end of their life expectancy, one of which was on the roof. We knew we needed to replace our old units which could fail at any time, and we wanted to reduce our energy consumption. After over a year of research into geothermal and 4 different estimates from local, well known heating and air companies, we had given up on the idea. Estimates averaged $65-$80k, and without a good solution for separate temperature control for our basement, which was currently being insufficiently heated by the main floor system through tacked on ductwork added by the previous owner when he finished the space. Then we had the good fortune to hear about Pilot Air through a general contractor who mentioned he always uses them for geothermal work. Gordon came by and it was a breath of fresh air. He listened to our concerns, was open and honest, and worked with us to find solutions to our home's unique problems. He was infinitely patient as we moved through our long and drawn-out decision making process, and never pushy. Also very knowledgeable and just generally so wonderful to work with. We really can't say enough nice things about him. And best of all, Pilot Air put our project in reach for us, quoting us a price $10-$20k less than the prior estimates we'd received, while also providing a workable and affordable solution to our need for separate temperature control in the basement. They didn't cut corners to do it, either,  giving us top of the line Climate Master heat pumps with higher efficiency than some of the quotes we received. They even threw in some high tech programmable thermostats that we can control from mobile devices.  And after the estimate was drawn up, Gordon stuck to it, promising us that it would not change, even in the event of unexpected difficulties in installation. In addition, they provided us with an included 10 year labor warranty, which really boosted our confidence in the company and made us feel that if we run into any problems in the future that Pilot Air will stand 100% behind their work. The service has been great so far and we're really pleased with our new systems. Choosing a geothermal contractor is tough. Your options for contractors are much more limited than for conventional heat pumps, furnaces and ACs. And the investment is much more than a standard gas furnace, or even a top of the line heat pump. But we expect it to pay off in the long run. After we ran the numbers, and after government rebates, the systems should cost about $5-$8k more than if we had replaced with 2 new ACs and 2 new furnaces. But we hope to see a significant drop in our heating and cooling bills which should make the systems pay for themselves in 5-10 years. Having not had the systems long enough we can't report at present on our energy savings, but geothermal is generally projected to save customers 30-50% on energy consumption). We hope as well that we've increased our home's value by increasing its energy efficiency, which is another thing to consider when doing cost calculation. If you're thinking about geothermal, consider Pilot Air, when getting estimates.  And remember that as of now, the $35% state tax credit expires 2015, and the 30% federal tax credits expire 2016. Also, there are rebates through Duke Energy which we hope to qualify for. As of now we're very pleased with our system and our experience with Pilot Air. We've only had it a short while, and will update on our experience with geothermal, performance and rebates at a later date.

Reviews in Mocksville to Install Geothermal Heating

ACrabbe Service
A lot of people involved and very well coordinated. They answered all my questions before, during and after and provided opportunity for me to see some of their other work. I highly recommend.
- Michael M....
ADuggins Heating And Cooling
The entire company was polite and efficient. The work was performed very close to the time frame they promise, and the system is working well. I had to call them back one time for a connection that lost it electrical connection and they can out and repaired it very fast. As part of their customer satisfaction program, the check back to see how the system is perofrming. They've made a couple of those calls already.
- Phillip H....
APilot Air
We have a large hard-to-heat historic house with 2 floors and a basement which was previously heated and cooled by 2 gas furnaces, both older than 20 years, and cooled by 2 AC units that were also nearing the end of their life expectancy, one of which was on the roof. We knew we needed to replace our old units which could fail at any time, and we wanted to reduce our energy consumption. After over a year of research into geothermal and 4 different estimates from local, well known heating and air companies, we had given up on the idea. Estimates averaged $65-$80k, and without a good solution for separate temperature control for our basement, which was currently being insufficiently heated by the main floor system through tacked on ductwork added by the previous owner when he finished the space. Then we had the good fortune to hear about Pilot Air through a general contractor who mentioned he always uses them for geothermal work. Gordon came by and it was a breath of fresh air. He listened to our concerns, was open and honest, and worked with us to find solutions to our home's unique problems. He was infinitely patient as we moved through our long and drawn-out decision making process, and never pushy. Also very knowledgeable and just generally so wonderful to work with. We really can't say enough nice things about him. And best of all, Pilot Air put our project in reach for us, quoting us a price $10-$20k less than the prior estimates we'd received, while also providing a workable and affordable solution to our need for separate temperature control in the basement. They didn't cut corners to do it, either,  giving us top of the line Climate Master heat pumps with higher efficiency than some of the quotes we received. They even threw in some high tech programmable thermostats that we can control from mobile devices.  And after the estimate was drawn up, Gordon stuck to it, promising us that it would not change, even in the event of unexpected difficulties in installation. In addition, they provided us with an included 10 year labor warranty, which really boosted our confidence in the company and made us feel that if we run into any problems in the future that Pilot Air will stand 100% behind their work. The service has been great so far and we're really pleased with our new systems. Choosing a geothermal contractor is tough. Your options for contractors are much more limited than for conventional heat pumps, furnaces and ACs. And the investment is much more than a standard gas furnace, or even a top of the line heat pump. But we expect it to pay off in the long run. After we ran the numbers, and after government rebates, the systems should cost about $5-$8k more than if we had replaced with 2 new ACs and 2 new furnaces. But we hope to see a significant drop in our heating and cooling bills which should make the systems pay for themselves in 5-10 years. Having not had the systems long enough we can't report at present on our energy savings, but geothermal is generally projected to save customers 30-50% on energy consumption). We hope as well that we've increased our home's value by increasing its energy efficiency, which is another thing to consider when doing cost calculation. If you're thinking about geothermal, consider Pilot Air, when getting estimates.  And remember that as of now, the $35% state tax credit expires 2015, and the 30% federal tax credits expire 2016. Also, there are rebates through Duke Energy which we hope to qualify for. As of now we're very pleased with our system and our experience with Pilot Air. We've only had it a short while, and will update on our experience with geothermal, performance and rebates at a later date.
- Michael L....