D&D Heating & Air Conditioning Inc.'s focus is about obtaining each service or installation
with precision. Whether you are building a new home or have an established home, D&D Heating
& Air Conditioning will ensure the system for your project is designed for your application.
Trust and commitment is the foundation on which our company continuously operates. Our focus
in the HVAC customer Service industry has awarded us with the renowned reputation "Indoor
- D&D Repairs and installs most makes and models of heating
and a/c equipment!
- Manufacturer dealer for: Rheem, Comfort Maker, York,
Carrier, and Mitsubishi Citi Multi & Weil McLane
- Heating and A/C Repairs
- Gas or oil heater installations
- Gas or oil boiler installations
- Oil to gas conversions
- Gas piping
- Chimney liners for gas equipment
- Heat pump repairs and installations
- Heat pump conversions
- Dual fuel installations
- Ground source heat pumps
- Electronic air cleaners
- Air purifiers
- HEPA air filtration
- Electronic & HD thermostat controls
- Heating and A/C Certification
Repair or Replace?
Should I repair or replace my system? Consider asking yourself a few basic
- Am I operating an efficient system?
Consider, a 13 SEER air conditioner or heat pump will save you money on
your electric bill and your savings will be determined by the SEER rating,
efficiency of your current system, are you getting the most for your money?
For example; a 13 SEER can amount to a savings of about 23%.compared to a 10
SEER. Just think you could possibly save up to 60% on your energy bills with
a new, high-efficiency system. In a short period of time, your new high
efficiency system could actually pay for itself.
- My system is only a few years old.; is it worth it to replace?
Your current system may be enormously inefficient by today's energy efficiency
standards. History illustrates the energy efficiency of an air conditioning
system. In 1992, the typical SEER rating of units made were about 6.0. During
1992, the government established the minimum cooling efficiency standard for
units installed, in new homes, at 10.0 SEER. All manufactured equipment on or
after January 23, 2006, has a minimum efficiency standard set and mandated, by
the U.S. Department of Energy.
- Does this mean I need to replace the coil too?
The standard set by the government addresses the entire air conditioning
system, not a portion of the system.
- Does my system breakdown often, and are the chances good, it will break
If you answered yes, this will mean an extra added expense for an emergency
call or even worse, possible damage to the other components of your heating
and cooling system.
Now ask yourself how long have I been experiencing this unexpected, extra out of
pocket cost that I may have been able to avoid?
Contact the experts at D&D HVAC, Inc. and begin to rid yourself of unwanted expenses
and source of worry. Along with the savings, start enjoying your new "Indoor Comfort
We offer a wide range of quality, efficient and quiet running air conditioners that
will help make your indoor environment comfortable. Contact us for details.