Heating Repair and Installation on Delmarva
Custom Mechanical is the heating contractor you can trust when it comes to keeping warm during the Delaware and Maryland winters. We offer prompt, reliable heating repairs, installation and maintenance service to residential customers in the coastal communities.
For more than 40 years, Delaware and Maryland residents have chosen us as their heating contractor, and for good reason; we deliver quality workmanship and customer satisfaction at a competitive price. There are other reasons why our friends and neighbors turn to us as a trusted resource:
- up-front pricing
- 24/7 emergency service
- years of experience
- free estimates
As a full-service heating contractor, we can meet all of your heating needs. From installing a new furnace to heating repairs to scheduled maintenance, our service technicians know what they are doing. Our technicians have mastered what they need to know to repair, install and service today’s sophisticated heating systems.
Licensed and insured, we offer top-quality products. Our selection of home heating equipment is energy-efficient, cost-effective and whisper-quiet:
- gas furnaces
- heat pumps
- packaged, split and ductless systems
- zoned options
All heating systems need repairs from time to time as a result of normal wear and tear. Our service technicians can repair all leading brands of heating equipment. We respond quickly to repair requests and will work to schedule repairs at a time that is convenient to you.
We realize that not all repairs can be made during regular business hours. Sometimes the unexpected happens, and your system needs to be serviced after hours. Our technicians are on call 24 hours a day, including weekends and holidays, to handle such repairs. With our fully stocked service vehicles, you will not experience needless delay waiting for repairs to be completed.
As a system ages and repairs become more frequent, you will need to consider upgrading or replacing your existing equipment or installing a completely new system. We will help you choose which option fits your situation and budget and provide a step-by-step outline of the process.
When a heating system is correctly installed, it can provide years of comfort. Our installation specialists undergo continual training in the latest installation techniques and keep up-to-date on developments in heating technology.
Your heater is an essential part of a comfortable indoor environment. In order to make sure it works when you need it, proper maintenance is critical. We offer a selection of maintenance plans that ensure your system is well-cared for so that there are no surprises when temperatures begin to drop. Our tiered plans mean you can choose the level of protection you need, and, at the same time, give you the ability to manage your finances.
We give each customer personalized attention, maintain a neat and safe work area and work with your schedule. Whether you need a whole-house heating system installed or want to expand your current system to a recent room addition, you can count on our dependable staff at Custom Mechanical. Our services are available to homeowners in Frankford, Rehoboth, Bethany Beach, Millsboro, Ocean View, Georgetown, DE, and the surrounding beach communities in Delaware and Maryland.
2015 Regulations Information
A few years ago, the Department of Energy increased the minimum efficiency of newly installed
heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment from 10 to 13 SEER. (SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio.) On January 1st, 2015, the minimums will once again change – this time depending on the region in which you live. In our beautiful state, new air conditioners and heat pumps installed after January 1st will have to have a minimum rating of 14 SEER.
In addition, new standards will go into effect that will impact the design of new water heaters, making them 2 or more inches larger in diameter and height.
What does this mean for you? With the increase in efficiency being mandated, you will see an increase in the cost and size of equipment. The size difference can make for an extra degree of difficulty and additional labor when replacing the equipment (think attics with drop-down stairs, water heaters in closets and outdoor units straddling setback lines). If you know your HVAC system or water heater is due for replacement any time, it may be worth considering an earlier replacement to avoid increased equipment and labor costs associated with the higher efficiency, larger equipment.
Call us to discuss your options and find out about available manufacturer rebates (up to
$1,000 this fall) and financing options.