Heating Repairs & Service in Richmond, Virginia.
At Excelsior Air, our experienced and trained technicians will help you enjoy comfortable temperatures in your home. Using sophisticated diagnostic equipment, they can locate exactly where the problem occurred with your heating system and efficiently repair the issue.
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When your heating system is malfunctioning, you need a heating repair specialist in your corner.
At Excelsior Air, we strive to offer the most reliable, fastest, and most affordable heating repair service in Virginia. We arrive with a fully stocked van so we will have all of the necessary tools and parts to get your repair completed on the spot so you can get back to enjoying your cozy warm house.
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New Heating Installation
Our heating contractors understand how much you and your family rely on your heating system during the colder months. At Excelsior Air, our heating installation contractors can provide for any and all of your unique needs.
We'll Help You Choose the Right System
Heat pumps are a common heating and cooling system in central Virginia, and account for nearly half of the systems we service. The term “heat pump” usually refers to a compressed refrigeration circuit that operates to absorb and reject heat. The refrigeration circuit can reverse on demand to provide heating or cooling.
The term furnace generally indicates a forced-air heating system. Furnaces can be stand-alone heating systems or combined with air conditioning components to heat and cool. Furnaces have higher supply temperatures than heat pumps, which makes them the preferred method of heating when gas is available. Excelsior Air services and installs all types of furnaces.
Ductless heating and cooling products are an exciting part of the current heating and cooling market. These products can yield excellent heating and cooling efficiencies when designed and applied properly. They are stand-alone units that hang on the wall or sit on the floor…Learn More
Geothermal is the most common name given to heat pumps that use water or underground energy transfer rather than air transfer. With more constant temperatures available for energy exchange, geothermal heat pumps do not typically require electric heat for backup, and thus yield much higher efficiencies with lower energy use… Learn More
Boilers are heating systems that typically heat water and then distribute it through radiators in a building for comfort space heating. Boilers can be powered by a variety of energy sources such as gas, oil, electricity, coal or wood. Most boilers can be replaced with high-efficiency tankless boilers that require much less space in your home or business…Learn More