Residential

RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING SERVICE IN WESTWOOD, BOSTON & EASTERN MA

When you want service you can depend on, exceptional work you can trust, and savings you can count on, you can always take comfort in Suburban HVAC!

Reliable HVAC systems are the key to modern comfort and energy efficiency. When your heating and cooling bills are rising or strange sounds and odors emanate from your HVAC systems, it’s time to call Suburban HVAC to inspect your system for the cause of the malfunction.

It’s our pleasure to help you with all your heating and cooling needs. We can perform HVAC maintenance, repairs, installations, and replacements. We guarantee you’ll enjoy the peace of mind we deliver and the comfort we guarantee.

Our Services in Westwood, Boston & Eastern Massachusetts

  • Air conditioning & heating repair: When your systems fail, we’ll send a certified HVAC technician to your home to identify the cause and perform the appropriate repairs.
  • Air conditioningheating replacement: Depend on our HVAC experts to install or replace your heating and cooling system. We’ll go through all the details with you, including sizing, refrigerant charge, airflow, ductwork design, and more. When you call us, you can expect a flawless installation and unwavering comfort year-round.
  • Air conditioning & heating maintenance: Enjoy reliable comfort and energy-efficient operation when you schedule routine maintenance with Suburban HVAC. We’ll thoroughly inspect your comfort systems, make necessary adjustments, perform an expert tune-up, and more.

Why Choose Us?

At Suburban HVAC, our goal is to keep you comfortable no matter what the weather forecast has in store. It’s our pleasure to perform the maintenance, repairs, installations, and replacements our clients depend on us for. When you choose us as your comfort provider, you can expect:

  • Fast, reliable response times
  • Custom solutions for your unique needs
  • Dedicated, highly trained HVAC technicians
  • And more

Frequently Asked Questions About Residential Cooling Services

Our skilled and knowledgeable HVAC experts are always happy to answer your HVAC questions. When it comes to your comfort, every question deserves a straightforward and reliable answer.

How frequently should my home's AC system be serviced?

We recommend tuning your home’s air conditioner at least once a year. Ideally, you’ll do this before the beginning of summer to ensure the system will deliver peak effectiveness and efficiency when the temperature rises.

How frequently do I need to change air filters?

This depends on whether you have pets, allergies, high pollution, etc. As a general rule, you can change it every six months if you don’t have pets or allergies. However, you may find that you breathe easier if you change it every three months.

What temperature should I set my thermostat?

Mid-70s in the summer and upper 60s in the winter are ideal for our climate. Any more, and you won’t significantly increase your comfort; you’ll only increase your monthly utility bills.

What is two-stage cooling?

Some compressors have two operating levels for hot and mild days. The low setting is intended for use during most of the summer, while the two-stage option is designed to cool across a wider timeline on sweltering days.

Two-stage products reduce your power consumption and give you more control over your indoor climate. They’re more expensive upfront but make up for that expense through reduced energy bills.

Should I cover my air conditioner in fall and winter?

HVAC products experience wear and tear when exposed to moisture. Covering your unit will raise humidity exposure, which could snowball into a mold infestation, leading to residential HVAC repair bills.

Air conditioners can withstand winter weather, but if ice forms on their coils, it will damage the system. It’s best to cover your air conditioner when winter weather drops below freezing but remove it as soon as your ice risk declines.

What's the best thermostat for my heating system?

Not all thermostats are compatible with all HVAC systems, so your first step to finding the right product is to check system compatibility. Once you have that out of the way, look for thermostats that can communicate with smart technologies.

Programmable products can bring significant energy-usage reductions, so no feature is more important than this. Smooth setback recovery is another option to consider. This feature picks up temperature extremes, then triggers a temperature recovery process a few hours before the thermostat is programmed to turn on.

Do I need zone control?

Zoning systems allow you to change your thermostat settings on a room-by-room basis. This feature enhances comfort and reduces your energy usage by reserving your highest settings for rooms that are in use.

Which cooling technology is the quietest?

Both heat pumps and ACs can function quietly if they have the right features. If noise is a concern, look for systems with discharge mufflers, compressor insulation, and indoor blowers. Regular residential HVAC maintenance will also keep your system as quiet as possible.

What are AHRI systems?

The Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute certifies the finest HVAC systems in the industry. It offers unbiased evaluations and ensures that HVAC manufacturers’ claims about their systems are accurate. When you choose an AHRI system, you secure the quality of your residential HVAC system.

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