Heating Service & Repair in Atlanta, GA
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Heater not working? Furnace blowing cold air? Want a replacement central heating system installed? Don’t sweat it. Our licensed and insured Georgia technicians can help.
Whether you’re facing an emergency furnace repair or searching for a brand new heating system, our team of licensed and insured technicians are ready to keep you warm all year long. We guarantee knowledgeable and caring service for all of your heating needs.
In the 20+ years we’ve been in the HVAC business, we have come to believe that Carrier is one of the best manufacturers on the market. That’s why all Gagne technicians are highly trained, factory authorized Carrier dealers. However, we also service quality heating and air conditioning systems from all manufacturers, including Trane, Goodman, Lennox, Honeywell, Rheem, York and more.
Customer Reviews of Gagne, an Atlanta Heating & Air Conditioning Service Company
“I had a great experience with our Gagne technician. He was on time, very knowledgeable and even went back up into my attic to help me label some vents when he was done and about to walk out the door which was really helpful! I’ve been using Gagne for years…always a good experience.”
“The lady I talk on the phone to schedule the technician was brilliant. She promptly understood my issue with the furnace at the basement and scheduled the technician to come and troubleshoot it right away. The technician was courteous and knowledgeable. He identified the issue and we are now waiting for parts to complete the repair. Great service. Thank you”
“Gagne installed new HVAC units for me in the Spring. They did an awesome job and the units are great. If I had known they would make such a difference in the comfort of our home I would have done it year ago. I have recommended Gagne several times and everyone has been equally happy.”
Carrier® Heating Products
Carrier heat pumps are central air conditioners that can also heat your whole home or office. Paired with a gas furnace, they offer efficient energy-use and extra heating options. We call this combination Hybrid Heat. The higher the SEER and HSPF ratings of an HVAC system, the more efficient it will be. Learn more
Carrier HYBRID HEAT® Dual Fuel packaged products offer the combined comfort of gas heat and the efficiency of a heat pump, while packaged heat pumps provide efficient heating and cooling to your home or office. Packaged systems efficiently keep you cool in the summer and add the warmth of cozy gas heat in the winter. Learn more
Carrier duct-free split systems provide a convenient way to add a quiet, comfort-controlled environment to an area in your home or office without ducts. The many choices of Carrier duct-free systems provide the efficiency, design and performance of a traditional central split system. Learn more
No matter what type of fuel or heat source you currently have, there’s an innovative Carrier gas furnace or oil furnace for you. The Infinity® 96 furnace is so efficient at using fuel that the company says the only furnace more efficient at burning fuel is the Sun. Carrier furnaces are highly efficient – the higher the AFUE rating, the greater the efficiency. Learn more about gas furnaces and oil furnaces.
Evaporator Coils and Fan Coils
Carrier fan coils heat and circulate air using a forced system, while evaporator coils work alongside your heating and cooling system to condition air for entire home and office comfort. We are happy to recommend the best fit for your needs. Learn more about evaporator coils and fan coils.
With Carrier’s wide variety of highly engineered thermostats, wireless thermostats and Thermidistats™ – including the all-star Infinity Control – you have precise control over temperature, humidity, air treatment and scheduling. It’s the advanced heating and cooling innovation you’re used to from the experts at Carrier. Learn more
Different Furnace Types: Installing the Best Heating System
Across all brands, furnaces and heating systems are typically broken into several different categories based on their efficiency level and technology. Deciding which type of furnace is best depends on your specific needs.
Most residential and commercial heaters come in two different efficiency levels: furnaces with 80% efficiency and those with at least 90% efficiency. This efficiency rating is determined by calculating how many cents per dollar goes into actually heating your home compared to how much of that dollar escapes up the chimney or through leaky ductwork.
80% Efficiency Furnace
An 80% efficiency furnace uses 80 cents of a dollar worth of gas to heat your home and 20 cents of every dollar is lost.
90%+ Efficiency Furnace
A 90%+ efficiency furnace, on the other hand, ranges from 90% all the way up to 97.3% efficient—virtually eliminating wasted energy.
You may not think it makes much of a difference whether you install a 80% or 90% heating system, but the extra efficiency can quickly add up over time and potentially deliver significant energy savings to your home or office building.
Single Stage vs. Two Stage vs. Variable Speed Furnaces
Heating systems are further differentiated based on whether they are single stage, two stage and variable speed modulating furnaces.
Single Stage Furnaces
This is the simplest heating setup, designed to deliver enough heat output to keep you plenty warm on the coldest day of the year by switching on or off. The downside of this standard system is that it’s not as efficient and can result in uncomfortable temperature swings.
Two Stage Furnaces
Two heat outputs eliminate the temperature swing caused by single stage furnaces, delivering more even heating throughout your home or office. One disadvantage is that two stage systems typically have a longer run time and can result in slightly higher energy bills.
Variable Speed Furnaces
Considered by many to be the best heating source available today, a variable speed (or “modulating”) heating system has an infinite number of speeds and delivers even heat more efficiently than two stage systems by using a special D/C current motor.
When choosing a furnace, it’s important to carefully weigh your options based on your energy consumption goals, regional climate, budget, and other factors. Contact a heating specialist at Gagne Heating & Air Conditioning to learn about which type of furnace best suits your needs.
Emergency Heater Repairs & Maintenance
In addition to providing professional furnace installation services for homeowners and business throughout Atlanta, our NATE-certified service techs deliver prompt and professional emergency repairs on any broken heater or furnace within our service area.
From small, single-family central heating systems to multi-zone HVAC installations, our friendly technicians are prepared to quickly fix any furnace issue such as:
- Dirty or clogged filters
- Broken heat pump
- Mechanical wear and tear
- Pilot light or ignition control malfunctions
- Thermostat problems
- Frequent cycling
- Noisy performance
- Not heating enough (or at all)
- Cracked heat exchanger
- Poor airflow
- Belt and blower problems
- General system malfunctioning
We service both residential and commercial customers in the greater Atlanta area. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation or explore more in depth information on our website and blog. If you have any other questions or comments, please reach out to us today.