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about us

 3D Heating and Air, LLC, a family-owned business with over 30 years of experience in the HVAC industry. Founded on the principles of integrity, quality, and customer satisfaction, our company has been a trusted name in providing top-notch heating and air conditioning services to both residential and commercial clients.


Our team of skilled professionals is dedicated to delivering reliable and efficient solutions tailored to meet your specific needs. We pride ourselves on our strong family values and a commitment to fostering lasting relationships with our clients. At 3D Heating and Air, we understand the importance of a comfortable and safe environment, and we strive to exceed your expectations with every project.


Whether you need routine maintenance, emergency repairs, or a complete system installation, you can count on us to provide exceptional service and expert advice. Trust 3D Heating and Air, LLC, where family, experience, and customer care come together to ensure your comfort all year round.

  • How often should I have my HVAC system serviced?
    It is recommended to have your HVAC system serviced at least once a year, ideally before the start of the cooling or heating season. Regular maintenance helps ensure optimal performance, energy efficiency, and helps identify potential issues before they become major problems.
  • What are the signs that my HVAC system needs repair?
    Common signs that your HVAC system may need repair include inconsistent temperatures, strange noises, unusual odors, poor airflow, and increased energy bills. If you notice any of these signs, it's best to schedule a professional inspection and repair service.
  • What is the average life of a system?
    Most systems have a lifetime of 10 to 15 years, with gas furnaces lasting 20-25 years. As your equipment gets older, its efficiency can decrease dramatically. You may notice that it gets noisier and needs repairs more often. If you live near bodies of water or the ocean, your system’s life expectancy may be drastically shortened due to the harsh environment. If your system is over 10 years old, you should have your system checked for maintenance or replacement.
  • What is S.E.E.R.?
    SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. It measures air conditioning and heat pump cooling efficiency, which is calculated by the cooling output for a typical cooling season divided by the total electric energy input during the same time frame. A higher SEER rating means greater energy efficiency.
  • Should I repair or replace my system?
    There are five main questions that need to be considered when deciding to either replace or repair your heating and cooling system: How old is your system? If your system is more than ten years old, it may be wiser to invest in new, higher efficiency equipment, which could cut your energy costs by up to 40%. What is the efficiency level of your current system? What was the efficiency when the system was new? Unfortunately, replacing parts of your old system will not improve the efficiency. If the energy savings of using a higher efficiency system will cover all or part of the cost of investing in new equipment, you should seriously consider replacement of the old system. What is the overall condition of your system? If your system is in solid condition, it could be wiser to simply repair it. But if your system breaks down often, you should consider replacing it. Consider the 50% Rule. The 50% Rule- If the cost of repair vs. replacement of your system is less than half of its value and you haven’t been suffering the financial burden of frequent service calls to keep your system up and running, repair may be easier on your checkbook . Ask your technician to calculate the efficiency and energy usage of your system to help make a determination.
  • How often do I need to change my furnace filter?
    Check the documentation that came with your furnace. Recommendations vary based on a number of factors: the type of filter that you use, how many pets you have, whether anyone in your home has allergies, etc. If you use disposable fiberglass panel or electrostatic panel filters, you should change them anywhere from once a month to once every three months. Pleated filters generally last from 3 months to 6 months, again, always check your filter monthly, no matter what type filter you use. Filters are relatively inexpensive and easy to change, so there is little reason to wait. If you don’t change or clean your filter often enough the filter can get clogged with dust and other airborne particles, forcing your furnace to work harder to maintain airflow. This will reduce your furnace’s efficiency and can cause damage.
  • What goes into installing a new system
    Putting a new system in a home that has not had central air and heat before will require the installation of ductwork, insulation, refrigerant piping, electrical service, wiring, thermostat, condensate piping, flue piping, flue terminations, chimney liner, slabs, filter, driers, registers, grills, drain pans and evaporator coil. Beyond equipment, the most important component installed with a new system, however, is the duct-work. Duct-work is composed of two parts, supply and return. Supply duct is attached to the outflow of the new system, delivering air to each zone in a home. The amount of air reaching each zone is determined by the size of supply duct-work connecting it to your system. Your dealer will help you determine the size of all the supply duct-work in your home. The second part of the duct-work, the return duct, attaches to the inlet of the new system and draws air out of the spaces to be heated or cooled. Attached to the return duct is the filter. The filter should be placed as near to the furnace or air handler as possible. Duct-work can be either fiberglass or metal and must be properly sized in order to evenly distribute the proper amount of air to each room.
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