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Welcome to Raleigh Heating & Air

When you need professional heating, air conditioning, indoor air quality, or sheet metal fabrication services, call Raleigh Heating & Air. Chris Barnhill has been running Raleigh Heating & Air since his acquisition of the company in 1992. In the past twenty years, the company has grown and expanded, now boasting 35 coworkers, 2 modernized offices, a custom duct shop, and a fleet of installation, service and sales vehicles. This means that no matter what heating, air conditioning or indoor air quality service you need, we can deliver. Call us today with any questions you have about the professional, quality services we provide in your area.

Residential and Commercial HVAC Service

At Raleigh Heating & Air, we understand that when you call an HVAC service provider, you are putting your comfort in that company’s hands. We respect the faith that our clients put in us, and that is why we bring the same level of expertise and professionalism to every job that we perform. Whether you need maintenance services for your home heating system, or you are looking for customized duct fabrication, we guarantee all of our work. Our technicians are NATE Certified and highly trained and licensed, so you can trust that you are dealing with knowledgeable professionals prepared for any job. Don’t take chances when it comes to comfort in your home or business. Call Raleigh Heating & Air for quality, dependable service.

Heating and Cooling Installation, Maintenance and Repair Service

You deserve the best possible performance from your heating and cooling system, regardless of the make or model. Call Raleigh Heating & Air for all your residential home comfort and light commercial HVAC needs. Our trained, licensed staff has all the experience and knowledge necessary to handle a comprehensive line of installation, maintenance, repair and replacement services. We offer many different types of heating and cooling systems, including geothermal loop systems and ductless mini splits, in addition to custom ductwork. Raleigh Heating & Air is the company to call for heating and air conditioning service in the Raleigh area. Let us know how we can help you maintain better comfort levels in your home or small commercial space.

Indoor Air Quality

At Raleigh Heating & Air, we provide indoor air quality products and services to help maintain proper moisture control and to help combat common indoor air pollutants. If you are concerned about the quality of the air inside your home, call our indoor quality experts today. We install and maintain top–of–the–line air filtration systems, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, UV germicidal lights, CO detectors and more. Let Raleigh Heating & Air help you with all your indoor air quality needs.

High Quality, Professional Service from Raleigh Heating & Air

Raleigh Heating & Air is one of the most trusted and respected service providers in the area, and we take great pride in our work. If you have any questions about how we can help keep your home or small business comfortable while improving overall efficiency, call us today. We are always happy to take your call. We service Raleigh, Wake Forest, Cary, greater Wake County and the surrounding areas.

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How Professionals Perform Duct Sealing

October 23, 2014

Leaks inside the ductwork of your ventilation system—no matter how “small” they may seem—are detrimental for your home. Air leaks will cut down on air flow from the vents, reducing your comfort and placing more stress on the HVAC system so that it ages faster, possibly leading to an early replacement.

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Do You Think You Need Duct Sealing? Watch for These Signs.

October 16, 2014

The ductwork inside the walls and ceilings of your home must stay in top condition, without any leaks or holes. If the ducts are not airtight along their length, it will result in a loss of air pressure, and it will allow heat to either escape or enter the ducts, causing a loss of energy.

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