Your HVAC systems are the first line of defense for keeping you and your family comfortable year-round. That’s why when it comes to having an AC and furnace partner you can count on, you’d be wise to choose the most reputable name in St. Peters. Air Alliance Team has been serving families in the area for a while and its reputation is the best around.
Did your furnace shut off unexpectedly in the middle of winter? Or maybe you’ve got just the opposite problem and your air conditioner is faltering on a hot summer day? Don’t put it off any longer, because these problems don’t fix themselves! Call in a local expert from Air Alliance Team and let us find out exactly what’s wrong and help you determine your best course of action.
You shouldn’t wait until something falls apart to schedule an appointment! Many homeowners take preventative action to ensure their furnace and AC are operating at their peak before the seasons change. By scheduling an HVAC checkup with a company you can trust, you’re investing in the long life of your home.
And there are lots of great reasons to choose Air Alliance Team to serve your needs. Besides our great reputation, backed up by lots of positive local reviews, our combination of professional service and the most advanced product line is the best around. That means industry-leading warranties, energy saving products that meet or exceed ENERGY STAR standards, and experienced and professional technicians who you can count on to do the job right and on time.
For any furnace or AC problems in St. Peters, our technicians have the know-how to fix it right. So whether there’s a major problem that needs fixing now, or you just want to stay ahead of any potential problems in the future, Air Alliance Team is the right choice for you. Give us a call today at 636-206-4250 and we’ll send one of our technicians out to your home right away.
Generally speaking, most of our customers don't want to buy a new air conditioner right away. This is an expensive investment, and they want it to last as long as possible. This is why we at Air Alliance Team service all makes and models and are careful to take into account the age of the model, repair history and the condition of the unit before we recommend a replacement. Our NATE certified technicians follow a process for diagnosing your system the way a mechanic works to diagnose a car, so we unfortunately can't provide a recommendation over the phone. Don't let that discourage you though! We often have special offers to help our customers with those unexpected AC repairs. To top it off, we can help you maximize rebates offered by manufacturers and local utilities. And when you're in need of emergency service, call us at 636-206-4250
Missouri doesn't get quite as cold as some of our northern neighbors in the winter, but that doesn't mean we're wearing shorts in the winter (looking at you Florida). So when the furnace goes out suddenly in January, it can be a big deal. This is why we offer emergency heating repair. Just like when we work on your AC, we first attempt to diagnose the problem and recommend a repair. We may also recommend some long term options if it doesn't look like a repair will provide you with many years of maintenance free comfort. We don't need gimmicks, high pressure sales tactics, or greasy pitches. We give professional recommendations based on our expertise and find ways to make a replacement less painful. If you're in the unhappy position of having to replace a gas furnace or other heating system, we'll work to find you the best combination of rebates and offers so you don't lose sleep at night.
Our energy calculator helps you figure out how much energy you could save each month by upgrading to a more efficient system. If you're willing to play with our calculator, you can figure out the pay off from an upgrade easily. Pro-tip: a higher SEER rating means a more efficient air conditioner, and a higher AFUE means a more efficient furnace. Keep in mind as you explore the tool that other factors, such as whether your home is airtight, can also affect your energy bills.
One of our most popular blogs talks about how we handle hot and cold spots in a home. The truth is that there is no easy diagnosis, but we have the training and tools to recommend a fix. This article will tell you a bit more about what you can expect if you have this problem. This is common in St. Peters where we have a lot of homes built in the previous century that have sometimes undergone an expansion, a renovation, or have had at least one system replacement in their lifetime.