Has it been a while since your air conditioning unit was tuned up? We recommend businesses and homeowners schedule a routine air conditioning inspection once every year. Regular maintenance ensures that your air conditioning unit is working efficiently year-round. Especially during the hot summer months, it is important to keep your home or business cool and comfortable.
Do you have an old air conditioning unit? Is your current air conditioning unit not working properly? Our HVAC technicians can install new air conditioning units for clients in Forest Hill, MD, and the surrounding areas. Contact Anchor Mechanical if you have noticed problems with your A/C unit. We want you to feel comfortable this summer; if you have an air conditioning unit that is old and beyond repair, let our technicians know.
Do you need air conditioning repairs, maintenance, or installation? Warmer weather is coming; be prepared with high-quality air conditioning. Anchor Mechanical provides air conditioning services in Forest Hill, MD. Air conditioning units remove heat from a space and move cool air through the ventilation. Our technicians can help keep clients cool in Baltimore, Harford, and Cecil County, MD.
New Year, New HVAC! During January and February 2021, we are offering 0% financing on all new unit replacements. At Anchor Mechanical, we can install new HVAC units to lower your energy bills and increase the efficiency of your new unit. Learn more about how we replace old units and the signs you need to replace your HVAC unit below.
At Anchor Mechanical, we help clients who have HVAC emergencies by repairing existing systems or reinstalling newer and more efficient systems. If your heat or hot water heater is not working, or if you hear odd noises or smell weird odors coming from your HVAC system and need emergency service, call our office at 410.452.5601. Continue reading to learn more about the types of emergencies we handle.
Ductless Split Systems: A ductless split system allows a room to have its own controls to avoid circulating the same air throughout the rest of the house. It is called a split system because it consists of one outdoor unit and one indoor unit. Both units are connected by refrigerant tubing and wiring. Learn more about the benefits of each type of unit.