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At Sky HVAC, we pride ourselves on delivering not just HVAC services, but a commitment to your well-being and comfort. Contact us today to embark on a journey towards a more comfortable and efficient living or working space.

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Why Choose us ?

15 Years of Experience

Experience matters. With 15 years in the field, we bring a legacy of reliability and expertise to every project. Our commitment to safe practices, affordable pricing, and quality workmanship ensures your satisfaction. Choose us for a seamless blend of experience and excellence.

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Great Commitment

Called Hassan out because my furnace broke on me, and my family was cold. He came out the very next day and had my furnace fixed in just under an hour. I highly recommend this company for the great commitment for their customers satisfaction.

Danny Thorson
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Reliable Service & Affordable Pricing

Got my furnace and air conditioning replaced , very good and reliable people, friendly prices and they show up on time !!!

Noura Issa
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Hear It From Our Clients

Customers are our top priority. We value your trust and are committed to delivering exceptional service, ensuring your satisfaction drives our success.

FAQ

Common

Size is everything when it comes to your HVAC system. An energy auditor can do a “Manual J” calculation on your home. This calculation surveys your entire home and includes how much insulation there is, how old your system is, and what kind of windows your home consists of and which direction they are facing. This calculation will tell you exactly what size system your house needs.

In order for your HVAC system to operate at its best, filters should be changed once they start to look discolored. If the filter looks dirty, it is dirty. Filters should be changed on a monthly basis when the system is in high use, such as during winter and summer months, and every other month during lower-use times in the spring and fall. If you want a smarter way to determine when it needs replacing, install an air filter gauge.

Your system is designed to take a specific size of filter, so that is always a good place to start. Consider each filter’s minimum efficiency reporting value (MERV). A higher-grade filter typically is best for homes with asthma or allergy sufferers. Pleated air filters are great for reducing allergens, but they cannot be left in the unit for too long or they become clogged.

Change your filters on a regular basis, and clean your outside coils once a month during the cooling season.

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Maintain air flow by keeping dust, dirt, and debris away from any system. Keep air filters clean and heat exchangers and coils free of restrictions. Ideally, a system should be serviced twice a year — once before the summer cooling season and once before the winter heating season.

Simply resetting the thermostat when you are asleep or away from home can save money on heating and cooling bills. By adjusting the thermostat four-to-six degrees either up (in the summer) or down (in the winter) reduces the total run time of the heating and air system, leading to a reduction on the energy bill. A programmable thermostat can aid in money-saving measures by allowing you to set the temperature on a daily and seasonal basis.

An important HVAC safety measure is to make sure your home consists of working fire and carbon monoxide detectors. These can provide peace of mind in knowing that your HVAC system is not a hazard.

One of the best ways to improve your system’s performance is to frequently clean or replace air filters. Other ways include purchasing a programmable thermostat, keeping curtains drawn or installing shades in rooms that are more exposed to sunlight, and not blocking airflow by closing vents in multiple rooms.

SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio – it measures HVAC system efficiency, which is calculated by the cooling output for a typical cooling season divided by the total electric energy output during the same time frame. The higher the SEER rating, the greater the energy efficiency of the system. The downside to a higher-SEER system is that it could potentially cost a homeowner thousands of dollars more to purchase and might take upwards of 10 years to recoup those costs. Be sure to ask your HVAC professional for advice on the best system for your budget and home

How it Works

Our Process

Discover the simplicity and excellence in our services, designed for your satisfaction and convenience.

1
Request a Consultation

Begin your transformation by requesting a consultation. Our experts are here to guide you through the process with a personalized approach. No task is too small or large – we’re here to help.

2
Get Recommendations and Estimate

After your consultation, we provide tailored recommendations and a detailed estimate. Our goal is transparency, ensuring you make informed decisions every step of the way.

3
We Deliver and Install

Once aligned on your vision, we handle the delivery and installation with precision. Your satisfaction is our priority, and we take pride in a job well done.

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