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Heating Repair

Discount not valid on previous service or installation. Cannot be combined with any other offer. One discount per household. Offer Valid until 4/30/24.

Air handlers are one way to increase the reliability, energy efficiency, and longevity of your heating system. It’s time to get one of the best Heating and Cooling companies in Nashville, TN on the job. Hoffmann Brothers will install the recommended American Standard air handler to improve the indoor air quality of your home.

Count on Hoffmann Brothers to provide exceptional Nashville HVAC services for:

  • Air Handler Replacements & Installation
  • Air Handler Repairs
  • Air Handler Maintenance

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What is an Air Handler?

An air handler (sometimes called an electric furnace) circulates air through your home’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system. They supply air to your home and then return air to the heating and cooling system. Trained service technicians can install air handlers for residential or commercial use and in many different application settings such as basements, closets, and attics.

Contact Hoffmann Brothers today to schedule a free estimate on a new air handler, and our service technicians will help you find the right air handler that matches your budget and heating and cooling system needs.

We Install American Standard Air Handler Systems Including Platinum Series

American Standard Air Handlers run quietly and keep temperatures consistent room-to-room. These variable speed air handlers are designed to drastically reduce air leakage, prevent energy loss, and virtually eliminate condensation. Air handlers remove unwanted humidity from the air, leaving you cooler and more comfortable.

Offering American Standard air handlers with their versatility and advanced technology better enables Hoffmann Brothers’ Project Managers to help you find the right fit for your home and current HVAC system. There are multiple options for air handlers available that include features such as:

  • High-efficiency
  • Variable speed drive blower
  • High-efficiency coil that enhances the system life and reduces the chance of refrigerant leaking into the atmosphere
  • Compatibility with:
    • Two-stage air conditioners and heat pumps
    • Geothermal heat pumps
    • Solar-assisted heat pumps
  • Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM) with unmatched efficiency, comfort, and economy

Common FAQ’s About Air Handlers

How do air handlers work?

Air handlers work with both the cooling and heating components of your HVAC system to effectively circulate cooled or heated air within your home. With an AC, the air handler’s evaporator coil keeps the air cold and properly circulated. In colder climates, electric heating strips included in an air handler add additional heat to the air before it becomes distributed throughout the house.

What is the purpose of an air handler?

Even though it may resemble a furnace, air handlers serve a different purpose. For one, they ensure that your home is at the optimal temperature year round. Investing in air handlers are also one way to increase the longevity, efficiency, and reliability of your HVAC system.

Where should an air handler be installed?

Air handlers can optimize the air circulation and temperature of many different environments, including but not limited to closets, basements and attics.

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Experienced Nashville, TN Air Handler Replacement by Hoffmann Brothers

For over 40 years, Hoffmann Brothers has proudly installed and serviced heating and cooling systems and has recently expanded to the Nashville Metropolitan Area. We service and repair all brands of HVAC systems.

Please give Hoffmann Brothers, the premier Nashville heating and cooling contractor, a call today at (615) 515-3015.

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