There is More Than One Way to Achieve Comfort
From swamp coolers to dual-fuel heat pumps, there are many different types of HVAC systems available. Your local ARS®/Rescue Rooter® professional can help you decide on the right system to install in your home—or provide the prompt, dependable repairs and maintenance you need for your current HVAC setup to keep it running strong all year-round.
Check out the most common types below, or contact us today to schedule a no-cost analysis of your current HVAC system—and a friendly chat about your heating and cooling wish list.
Also known as an evaporative cooler, this system creates a natural and energy-efficient way to cool outdoor air and direct it inside the home. Best suited for hot, dry climates.LEARN MORE »
Heat and cool individual rooms or zones using a series of small units. Ductless may be a good choice if you can't extend your existing ductwork—or you live in an older home with no ductwork whatsoever.LEARN MORE »
Zoning can be accomplished in different ways, including single-system and multiple-unit setups. The end result is the same: you'll be able to save energy by managing the climate in specific parts of your home.LEARN MORE »
Heating elements under the floor (or sometimes in the ceiling or walls) provide warmth, while empty floor tubing is used to create a cool floor that absorbs excess heat in the summer.LEARN MORE »