Our professionally trained and certified service technicians have the experience and expertise to diagnose and repair problems quickly. Our top priority is providing you with the highest level of customer service and affordable repairs.
We use only the latest state-of-the-art technology to diagnose and repair your HVAC system. Whether it is a minor repair or an in-depth component that needs to be replaced, we have the experience, knowledge, and expertise to fix it right, the first time. We stand behind our work and have been providing the highest quality of service to our clients for over 30 years.
Often, major issues are avoidable if they are caught early. Pay attention to your system and check for warning signs indicating that your system may need servicing sooner, rather than later.
• Do you hear strange noises when your system comes on, or shuts down?
• Is your unit over 10 years old?
• Are there “hot or cold spots” in your home?
• Do your energy costs continue to rise each year?
Performing regular maintenance on your system(s) can reduce the need for repairs and lessen their cost. (to learn more about the preventative maintenance packages we offer please visit our ‘Advantage Membership” page) However even with proper maintenance there will come a time when a repair is necessary. Calling us to schedule a repair as soon as you suspect an issue can reduce costs and extend the life of your system.
Problems with your HVAC unit that are left unresolved can become serious problems rather quickly. Contacting SBS-NC immediately can prevent simple issues from becoming costly repairs. Addressing any issues immediately will extend the life of your system and keep it running at the best efficiency reducing your energy use and costs!
For further information or to schedule a service call today please give our office a call or click the "Book Now" button located at the top of your screen!
We operate a comprehensive, all-inclusive HVAC facilities maintenance company based out of High Point NC. We pride ourselves on providing our clients with direct, accurate, and proven solutions for their facilities. Our company is here to not only protect your heating and cooling equipment but to give you peace of mind knowing that you have a trustworthy, reliable company you can call anytime day or night if you experience problems with your systems.
·Indoor air testing & quality
·Custom installations, repairs or replacement of ductwork, piping systems and filters
·Air movement & air transfer
·Expansion or Modification of systems to accommodate changes in usage or load increases
·Interpretation & updating of mechanical plans
·Custom Repair, Replacement & Installation of facility-wide HVAC equipment
·Complete Preventative Maintenance services
· Protection & improvement of our client’s HVAC assets
·Constant testing and monitoring to ensure that your HVAC equipment meets or exceeds it’s expected lifetime
·Predictive Maintenance such as Infrared Scanning of electrical panels, mega ohming compressors and refrigerant leak testing
Our Install team is filled with knowledgeable well-trained technicians you can trust to recommend the best equipment for your specific needs, install it properly and provide you with excellent customer service throughout the installation process. SBS-NC has been in business for over 30 years in the HVAC industry, so we understand the unique needs of each individual home, business or facility.
One of the most expensive pieces of equipment in your home or business is you HVAC system. Deciding when it’s time to replace your system can be a difficult decision to make, however there are a few questions you can ask yourself regarding your system to help you make an informed decision.
1. How old is my system?
In general, you can expect a well-maintained air conditioner to last about 10-15 years. However, if you’re in need of expensive repairs and your air conditioner is more than 10 years old, it will often be more cost effective to replace it.
2. What is the efficiency rating of my system?
If your air conditioner has a low SEER rating, it can cost you a lot of money to operate it. Currently, newly manufactured air conditioners in NC must have a SEER rating of at least 14. If your air conditioners SEER rating is below 14, you can cut back on your energy costs by replacing it with a new, more efficient unit.
3. How much are my repair costs?
Any time you’re facing an expensive repair, you’ll want to weigh the costs of the repair against the costs of a new unit. If the cost of the repair would cover a large part of a new system, and especially if your air conditioner is showing any of the other signs in this list, it will likely make more financial sense to replace it.
4. How often is my system experiencing breakdowns?
Does it seem like your system is constantly breaking down? These repair costs can really add up, and it doesn’t make sense to keep making them on older units. Save yourself the headaches and the money by investing in a new unit.
5. What type of refrigerant does my system use?
If your answer is R-22 it is important for you to know that although R-22 is one of the most popular refrigerants used all across the county for many refrigeration and air conditioning applications, it has to be phased out due to the fact that is causes depletion of the ozone layer in our atmosphere. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has set January 1st 2020 as the date when R-22 becomes illegal in the United States. This means that after that date R-22 cannot be manufactured in the US and it cannot be imported into our country. As a result of this, the costs of R-22 is rising exponentially. If your air conditioner uses R-22, you’ll have to replace it in order to switch over to the new refrigerant (R410A). If you’re having major problems with your air conditioner, especially if they involve the need for more refrigerant and it’s a R-22 system, it’s probably a good time to replace your unit. (to learn more about the R-22 phase out please visit our blog page and read the
6. Are you comfortable in your home?
Do you have a hard time keeping your home cool? This could be the sign of an aging air conditioner or even an incorrectly sized system. Regardless of the cause, you want your air conditioner to do its job! If it’s not going to keep your home comfortable you’ll want to replace it with a unit that will.
For more information or to schedule one of our comfort specialists to come out to your home, business or facility to provide you with a customized plan tailored to suit your needs please call our office today or fill out the information form on our contact page