Cooling System Repair & Installation
Is your A/C not cooling? Call Church Plumbing & Heating at (574)295-6844 today. Our expert air conditioning technicians will have you back up and running in no time!
Our Air Conditioning Services
- A/C Repair & Installation
- Ductless/Mini-Split Installation & Repair
- Geothermal Repair & Installation
- Heat Pump Repair & Installation
- High Efficiency Air Cleaners
- Indoor Air Quality Solutions
- Programmable Thermostats
- Routine Maintenance
- Smart Thermostats
- Ultraviolet Air Purifiers
- Whole-Home Dehumidifiers
We Have Payment Plans!
Air conditioners these days are complicated pieces of equipment, and it can be expensive when they break down or need to be replaced. Don’t worry, though… We have special financing plans available that can help alleviate the stress of finding the funds to pay for your A/C repair or replacement. Click the button below to apply.Apply For Financing
Finding ace air conditioning repair company can be daunting. Will they show up on time? Are they going to do the job right the first time? Will they charge a fair price? At Church Plumbing & Heating, we let our customers speak for us. We ask our customers to review our performance after every single service call and installation. Put your mind at ease and see what our other customers have to say by clicking the link below.
Most companies who provide home services charge a flat rate called a “diagnostic fee” or “service fee” before they start the actual repair. This fee can be frustrating for some customers because they feel that the technician hasn’t actually done any work towards the repair – they’ve simply diagnosed the problem. These customers believe that the diagnostic fee is just a way for the service company to make more money – but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Here’s what you should know about diagnostic fees: A Diagnosis Has Hidden Costs In actuality, most home service companies don’t make
Are your heating bills costing you an arm and a leg? An energy-efficient heat pump may be able to save you money on your utility bills — especially if your home heating system is currently powered by a propane or electric furnace or electric baseboard heat. How, you may ask? It all comes down to the most efficient (and effective) way to use the electricity that you buy. First… A short science (and math) lesson. If you have an electric furnace or use electric baseboard heaters, every watt of electricity used generates just over 3 BTUs of heat. In northern