ServiceWhale gives Philadelphia PA area homeowners access to instant prices on HVAC systems installation and replacement from pre-screened, local contractors. It's the fast, easy, and stress free to get quotes for HVAC services. Just answer a few simple questions about the home HVAC project you need to book, and you'll get customized quotes from multiple contractors without the need for onsite estimates. Not only will you get a quote, but you can also see what's included in that price, take a peek at their comprehensive profile, see their rating along with real customer reviews and choose which HVAC technicians you wish to speak with. How cool is that?
When's the last time you were able to compare various contractors' prices, credentials, availability and reviews in seconds? It's highly probable that your answer is never, which is why we know you're going to love what you see on ServiceWhale. It's our goal to make it easy for you to find a great deal and make an informed decision about a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning contractor by providing you with all the information you will need on one website.
When creating an HVAC heating and air conditioning request on ServiceWhale, you will have several options. You can choose to install or replace your entire central heating and cooling system, or the air conditioner or heater separately. Your air conditioner is really made up of two parts – the condenser and the coil.
The condenser component of your air conditioning HVAC is normally found on the ground outside, next to your house. It uses a heat exchanger to cool refrigerant (typically R-410A) and condense it into a liquid.
The HVAC air conditioning coil, or evaporator coil, will be located inside the home usually above the furnace. It is used to increase or decrease both the temperature and the pressure of the refrigerant that is passed through it from the condenser. It cools the air by extracting the heat from it before distributing it throughout the home.
The furnace is the indoor component on a HVAC heating system that uses natural gas to heat the home. Your furnace will create hot air by combusting natural gas then passing it through the heat exchanger (located within the furnace) and then blowing that hot air throughout the home by way of the ducts.
Whether you need HVAC repair service or you need to install a new unit, we have dozens of certified residential HVAC construction contractors in your local area that can do the job for you. ServiceWhale's objective is to assist you in finding the right HVAC heating and cooling professional at the right price, period.
Do you already have a specific manufacturer in mind or just wondering what you can get? See a list of brands that our heating and cooling contractors install here then reach out to one of our knowledgeable heating and cooling specialists to discuss which heating and air conditioning system would work best in your home and meet your needs as well as your budget.