Heating Service in Valdosta

Heating and cooling account for about 56% of the energy use in a typical home. Keep in mind that properly maintaining the system is every bit important in the winter as the summer. We are running fall specials on tune ups and cleanings for your heating system so call for details.

A wide variety of technologies are available for heating your home, and they achieve a wide range of efficiencies in converting their energy sources into useful heat. In addition, many heating sources have certain supporting equipment in common, such as thermostats and ducts, which provide opportunities for saving energy. It is a great time to have your ductwork or thermostat evaluated to make sure your not wasting energy dollars.

Saving energy in your home can be easy. It is important to think about not only improving your existing heating system, but also consider the energy efficiency of the supporting equipment and the possibility of either adding supplementary sources of heating or simply replacing your system altogether.

Newest N.A.T.E. certified technician in Valdosta!


Davis Air Conditioning would like to recognize Adam Rice as one of our newest N.A.T.E. certified technicians. For those of you who are not familiar with this designation, it is the North American Technical Excellence test that is a nationwide skills aptitude test for Heating and Air Conditioning technicians and installers. The test shows that the technician is willing to go above and beyond normal expectations by putting extra time in to being the best and brightest in their field. Adam is a Val-Tech graduate of the electrical program and has almost completed the HVAC program. We are proud of Adam and all of you in the Lowndes County/ Valdosta area will have the piece of mind that you’re having a clean cut, well mannered and knowledgeable service technician in your home when he visits.

Energy Saving Information

Your AC and heating system uses more energy and drains more energy dollars than any other system in your home. Experts say that typically, 46% of your utility bill goes for heating and cooling. No matter what kind of system you have in your house, you can save money by properly maintaining and upgrading your equipment. The other important factors are having appropriate insulation, air sealing, and thermostat settings. Here is some other important information:

  • You can save as much as 10% a year on your utility bill by turning back your thermostat back 10% to 15% for 8 hours a day. You can do this manually or by having a programmable thermostat installed.
  • Have your duct work checked for leakage and/ or poor insulation. Your system could be losing much of its capacity because of duct work that is in poor shape.
  • Avoid placing lamps or TV sets near thermostats because heat will be detected and will cause the air conditioner to run longer.

These are just a few energy saving tips to help you save money. For more advice or information on our energy efficient Carrier heat pump system line up, give us a call at 229-244-0192.

Home Air Conditioning

Home air conditioning is a luxurious component of living indoors. It is fair to assume that many people do have air conditioning in South Georgia, but there are still people out there that must go with out every summer. Since air conditioning is considered a luxury it can tend to be expensive to buy and maintain. Many homeowners do not think much of their AC system until it breaks down or runs their power bill up beyond belief. If you neglect your AC system, it will break down and it will cost more in energy consumption to operate – meaning a higher power bill.

In future posts I will make many comparisons of AC systems and cars. Both of these items are luxuries and both can tend to be expensive to maintain, but you can live without them and still survive. The question is: How much money are you willing to invest in it and do you want your family friend’s cousin’s nephew to work on it when it breaks down? My answer is that I love air conditioning and I cannot do without it if it breaks down. I only want the best to work on it and keep it running at a low cost. Any thoughts? You can also call us at 244-0192 if you have any questions about your AC system.

Scheduled service for air conditioning


It is recommended that an AC system filter be replaced at least once a month during the cooling season. Equipment manufacturers also recommend having the system cleaned, tuned up and inspected at least once a year. We have a great Discount Club Program that you can sign up for that will get you a deep discount on AC and Heating repairs as well as having your unit on a scheduled maintenance plan that will keep your system running more energy efficient for a longer time. Call us at 229-244-0192 and take advantage of our Discount Club program. Mention this blog and get a special discount price on VIP service (ask for Jason).

AC repair costs


Air Conditioning repair costs can vary greatly from one contractor to another. Reputable air conditioning contractors in Valdosta will tend to have similar costs for repairs across the board, but there are guys out there that have a truck and some tools of the trade that will do a repair for next to nothing. They will get your money and you  will never see them again. A reputable AC company invests a lot into training, insurances, equipment, and quality, drug free employees to come to your house.

Shopping for an AC system in Valdosta


When buying a central AC system make sure it is 13 SEER (seasonal energy efficiency ratio) or higher. In warmer climates, like Valdosta, it is better to have a 14 SEER or higher unit. The up front cost on higher efficient systems is more, but the long run energy savings will save you more and cover the extra cost.

Niki Wade joins Valdosta office


Davis Air Conditioning Company is proud to announce the addition of Niki Wade to our Valdosta office. She has an impressive background in office management and customer service. We feel that adding Niki to the team will strengthen our ability to service our current and future client base.

2nd year as Consumer’s Digest Best Buy


For the second year in a row, Carrier’s Infinity system was designated Consumers Digest Best Buy for a heat pump. This award was given on factors like energy efficiency, noise levels, features, and the manufacturer’s reputation for reliability. The Infinity system is an ultra-efficient unit and the rating by Consumers digest ensures that consumers are getting the most efficient unit out there. We are proud to be a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer because we believe in the product and we want our clients to have only the best. “The Infinity system is simply the best on the market” stated consumers digest. Call us today if you would like more information on the Infinity system or any of the other top systems offered by Carrier.

Air Conditioning in Valdosta


Summer is here and air conditioners are cranked up in Valdosta! If you haven’t heard….this is the best time to replace your old unit with a newer, energy efficient model air conditioner. There are tax credits of up to $1,500 as well as Cool Cash rebates from Carrier for up to $1,500 (on select models). Save money now by giving us a call for a free estimate on replacement or call us for a tune up and cleaning. We have N.A.T.E. certified technicians who will take the time with you to make sure you are comfortable in your home or building. Call us and ask us about our internet specials.