Those hot Nashville summers make reliable air conditioning all the more important, and Hoffman Brothers is here to help ensure it! Hoffmann Brothers Heating & Air Conditioning is the Nashville contractor of choice for heating & cooling services and installations.
Cooling Services in Nashville, TN
- Air Conditioning Installation & Replacement
- Air Conditioning Repair
- Air Conditioner Maintenance
- Ductless AC Services
- Packaged Cooling Systems
- Thermostat Replacement and Repairs
Whether you need maintenance on your existing HVAC system, an inspection of your new home or commercial system, or are looking to do an update and upgrade, we can ease your mind and cool your living and working space. Hoffmann Brothers Heating & Air Conditioning is Nashville’s provider of air conditioners, heat pumps, air handlers, and other cooling systems.
American Standard Air Conditioners for Nashville Homes
Hoffmann Brothers is an American Standard dealer – meaning we only install American Standard Air Conditioners. These AC units provide reliable performance, durable construction, enhanced comfort, cleaner air, and efficient operation. The trained technicians at Hoffmann Brothers will work with you to find the best size air conditioning unit for your home or business’s needs! Call Hoffmann Brothers Heating and Air Conditioning for your free estimate on a New American Standard Air Conditioner.
AC Repair in Nashville, Tennessee
Do you think you need an air conditioning repair? Have you noticed that your air conditioning unit is suddenly noisy when running or seen your bill dramatically increase? If so, you may have a major problem in your cooling system, and you should call Hoffmann Brothers to schedule a repair. A trained service technician will come with a fully stocked truck to diagnose the problem on your air conditioning unit.
Our service experts have continuous training on and repair many air conditioner brands, such as American Standard, Lennox, Trane, York, Goodman, Bryant, Amana, Heil, Comfortmaker, Carrier, Rudd, and Rheem.
Ease your mind and the strain on your AC unit – give Hoffmann Brothers a call to schedule a repair on your AC unit today.
Air Conditioner Maintenance for Nashville, TN
Performing annual maintenance helps extend the life, efficiency, and reliability of your air conditioning unit. Of course, AC units tend to need more maintenance as they age and may need more than an annual servicing. The trained Hoffmann Brothers technicians can check your cooling system and ensure it is ready for those hot summer days in Nashville.
Enroll in a Hoffman Brothers Hoffmann Brothers Home Protection Plan to stay on top of your AC maintenance. This membership includes:
- 2 semi-annual maintenance visits
- Discount on repairs across all of our services
- Priority service
- Free Filters
- A reminder call from Hoffmann Brothers every spring and fall
Call Hoffmann Brothers today to find out more about our Home Protection Plan or contact us to schedule your air conditioning unit maintenance.
Air Conditioning Installation Throughout Nashville
It is important to recognize warning signs that your current air conditioner might be on its last legs, and the time to choose a new AC unit is rapidly approaching. Our Air Conditioning Installation page will tell you more about what those red flags are and how to tell if your air conditioner may need to be replaced.
If your air conditioner is over 10 years old, it is not a wise decision to spend too much money replacing it as air conditioning systems usually last somewhere between 10-20 years. If you would like a free estimate to replace your air conditioner, please schedule an estimate online.
Common FAQ’s About Air Conditioning Systems
Air conditioners have two basic functions: to remove heat and moisture from your home. Lower humidity levels make you more comfortable. As the warm, indoor air is pulled through the air filter, it is pushed over a very cold coil – a process that removes the heat and moisture.
If an AC system is designed correctly, then the delivery system has been sized according to the airflow requirements of the AC unit and each room in your house. Closing vents can create a pressure imbalance within the AC system, decrease its efficiency, and cause increased duct leakage.
Anytime you raise the temperature on your thermostat, your AC unit will run more efficiently, and you will save money. When an air conditioning unit first turns on, it can take 7–10 minutes to reach peak efficiency. It is better for the unit to run longer, after it reaches maximum efficiency.
You can program your thermostat to a comfortable temperature on the floor you are occupying to lower your energy costs. For example, if you are not using the second floor, set the thermostat a little higher. Then when you go upstairs turn the temperature down. This will keep you comfortable in the rooms you occupy. However, to achieve a consistent temperature in your home, program the thermostat on each floor to the same temperature.
Yes! To estimate your energy costs, use your bill from a month when you typically do not operate heating or cooling systems. Subtract its total from your May through October bills. The final number is an estimate of your air conditioner’s energy costs.
Contact Our Expert Cooling Contractors in Nashville, TN
Contact the expert Nashville, Tennessee heating & air conditioning contractors at Hoffmann Brothers today to get started. For over 40 years, Hoffmann Brothers has proudly installed and serviced heating and cooling systems in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area and has recently expanded to the Nashville Metropolitan Area. We service and repair all brands of HVAC systems and install American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning.
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