Mark"The Heating & AC Guy"Furnace Air Conditioner Repair Install HVAC - skilled trade services - craigslist (2024)

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Facebook is : Mark "The Heating & A/C Guy"

(440)623-0112 Mark
8am-8pm (please respect this request)
(this includes calls or texts)

*** For quicker service please text your;
1 Address
2 Your available time to come see it
(Any time, after 3, weekend, etc.)
3 Short explanation of what’s happening
(Furnace won’t light, no air blows, blows cold air, outside unit not turning on, fan works(outside unit)no cold air, ect.)

I service, fix, install and replace the following; (words for " key" word searches)

--- Furnace, heater, no heat, blower, motor, geo-thermal,electric furnace,high efficiency, wireless, wi-fi, programmable, digital, thermostat, eco bee, nest, air conditioning, A/C, central air, aircondition, ac, AC, a.c., A.C., check, clean, tuneup, tune-up, recharge, re-charge, charge, Freon, R-22, R-410, refrigerant, cooling, heating, HVAC, furnass
--- Boiler, steam boiler, hot water boiler, radiator, pipe, pump, lines, valve, zone valve, water heater
--- Heater, Reznor, space heater , radiant heat
--- Humidifier , air cleaner
--- Hot water tank, hot tank, thermocouple, pilot safety switch
--- Duct, sheet metal, vent, exhaust, flue


I can say, honestly, that I think I am what Craigslist is all about. I run a two man operation out of my home and pass my lower overhead on to you.

MOST IMPORTANTLY: I REALLY DO KNOW REPAIRS / SERVICE WORK. So many guys out here DO NOT. They will advertise that they do but in my years of doing work off of Craigslist, I can tell you that more than half of the time these other guys are PARTS CHANGERS and/or INSTALLERS who come out. . .do a dog and pony show, taking out their tools, and then tell you that YOUR UNIT IS SHOT and you NEED a new one. REMEMBER: For every good REPAIR/SERVICE tech there are 20 INSTALLERS.

FOR LESS THEN THE COST OF A NEW UNIT NEARLY EVERY A/C UNIT/ FURNACE CAN BE REPAIRED. I don't care how rusty and old your FURNACE/A/C unit looks, IT CAN BE FIXED. People get suckered into putting in new systems all the time, just because they have THE WRONG GUY OUT. Of course there are times when it may be better to install a new system but USUALLY we can squeeze a few more years (at least) out of just about any unit.

YOU JUST NEED THE RIGHT GUY TO YOUR HOME FOR REPAIRS, AND THAT IS ME. I have over 30 years of SERVICE (REPAIR) AND INSTALLATION EXPERIENCE. Every person that enters the Heating and A/C Field STARTS OFF AS A INSTALLER. . .MOST OF THEM STAY THAT WAY AND KNOW VERY LITTLE OF REPAIRING A OLDER SYSTEM. They just don't get a chance to do repairs, as they are only installing new systems. Even with every certificate in the world and a few years of school YOU HAVE TO BE TAUGHT WELL and WORK ON REPAIRS NEARLY EVERY DAY to offer repair service to the public.

RUN FROM "HANDYMEN" and INSTALLERS WHO CLAIM THEY CAN REPAIR FURNACES AND OR A/C SYSTEMS. The field of PROPER HEATING AND A/C repair requires specialized tools, a talented mind and involves some very deep physics coupled with experience. GUYS WHO DON'T DO REPAIRS MULTIPLE TIMES A WEEK FOR YEARS ARE NOT WHO YOU WANT OUT TO TRY TO FIX YOUR SYSTEM. They usually end up trying to push you towards a new system or end up changing out part after part...basically PRACTICING on your system.

(((((((beware of FREE(or very cheap) SERVICE CALLS)))))))) its a scam to get in and find or create bigger not charging to come out and diagnose your system for a repair, you will NEVER have a simple problem....with me I charge $80.00,,,,,if I come out and find a switch off or a loose wire (which happens alot), I will fix, collect my $80.00 and go.....FREE guys will NEVER do this, you will always need parts and have a large bill.

FOR INSTALLATIONS: The most important day in the life of your new boiler, furnace and/or Air conditioner is the day it is installed and started up. Installations are always done correctly by us and we will instruct you how to properly take care of your new system. Improper installations will result in higher utility bills, pre-mature breakdowns and dramatically less system longevity. A system that should last 25 years could need replacement in as little as 5 years (or even less) if installed wrong. The lowest price for an installation is something you should be cautious of. Your Heating and/or air conditioning system is the biggest and arguably the most important system in your home. A proper installation will give you years of dependable comfort while using energy efficiently and we do installations PROPERLY!

( cities for "key" word searches other cities ( areas) maybe covered please call to check)

Bratenahl Berea Brook Park Brooklyn Cleveland Eastlake Euclid Fairview Independence Lakewood Lyndhurst Middleburg Parma Richmond Rocky River Seven Hills Shaker University Heights Warrensville Westlake Willoughby Wickliffe North South East West

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    Mark"The Heating & AC Guy"Furnace Air Conditioner Repair Install HVAC - skilled trade services - craigslist (2024)


    Does HVAC include furnace and AC? ›

    HVAC stands for heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. This system is responsible for heating and cooling your home and includes products like furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps as well as ductwork, thermostats and other home comfort controls.

    Who makes carrier HVAC? ›

    Carrier Corporation was acquired by United Technologies Corporation (UTC) in July 1979. Prior to the acquisition by UTC, Carrier Corporation was known as the Carrier Air Conditioning Company. International Comfort Products (ICP), headquartered in Lewisburg, Tennessee, was acquired by Carrier in 1999.

    How long does HVAC last? ›

    In general, most HVAC systems will last 15 to 25 years, but depending on the type of system and other contributing factors, that estimate can be highly variable. Even with HVAC maintenance and regular repairs, eventually, even the best boilers, furnaces, heat pumps, and air conditioners today will run their course.

    Do you have to buy the furnace and AC at same time? ›

    The only instance when you don't need to replace your air conditioner and furnace at the same time is if your furnace is less than ten years old.

    What is the most reliable HVAC brand? ›

    Carrier is our top choice in HVAC companies as it offers a wide range of reliable systems that are both quiet and energy efficient. Bryant is another good choice and ranks No. 2 in our rating.

    Which is better, Carrier or Trane? ›

    On average, good-quality systems last between 10 and 15 years and even longer if they are well maintained. Of the two brands, Trane lasts longer than Carrier. Some users say Trane systems last a minimum of 15 to 20 years, which can be a significant benefit that compensates for their higher cost.

    How much does a 3 ton Carrier AC unit cost? ›

    Carrier AC Unit Prices By Tonnage
    Outdoor AC Unit TonnageElectric AC Unit Cost 14 SEERHeat Pump AC Unit Cost 14 SEER
    3 Ton$3,957.83$3,988.33
    3.5 Ton$4,380.33$4,343.42
    4 Ton$4,659.25$4,363.91
    5 Ton$5,190.53$4,742.71
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    Do you need a furnace if you have HVAC? ›

    Not all homes will have HVAC systems that operate the same way. Depending on the climate where you live, your home may have a furnace and AC or you may have an AC but no furnace or vice versa.

    What is considered part of HVAC? ›

    HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning so this system includes all of the different components of your specific system. Your HVAC system heats and cools your home through a series of components that may include furnace and air conditioning components, ductwork, and a thermostat for control.

    What does HVAC replacement include? ›

    Installing Your New HVAC Unit Replacement

    The components installed may include the inside air handler or evaporator, outside compressor or condensing unit, new refrigerant supply lines, thermostat, condensate drain lines, and the condensate pump when applicable.

    Do house plans include HVAC? ›

    The typical plan set does not include any plumbing, heating or air conditioning drawings due to the wide variety of local codes and climatic conditions. These details and specifications are easily obtained from your builder, contractor, and/or local suppliers.

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