Consumer Education Center

At Dave’s Cooling & Heating we have been serving our customers since 2006. While our factory-trained technicians provide a myriad of information when speaking to our clients, we believe that educating our consumers should expand beyond in-person and telephone interaction, hence, our consumer education center.

In order to better serve our customers and potential customers, we created a consumer education center where we will provide advice, how-to’s, best practices, answers to the most commonly asked questions and more! We encourage you to browse through our relevant and timely FAQ’s, blogs, videos and other resources. If you still have questions, please feel free to contact us.

Dave’s Blog

Our blogs are full of the latest information that will help you make the most informed decisions as well as tips and tricks.

Dave’s Videos

Much like our blogs, you’ll find a lot of useful information, tips, and tricks as well as demonstrations in our videos.

Frequently Asked Questions

In our 12 years of experience, we’ve had many people ask us the same questions so we thought it’d be helpful to put them all in one place in case you have the same questions, too.

We Can Repair and Maintain or Replace your Heating System

We provide quality workmanship for installations, maintenance, and repairs for heating, ventilation, air conditioning:

  • Air Cleaners
  • Air Conditioning
  • Boilers
  • Commercial Contracts
  • Compressors
  • Diagnostics
  • Energy Controllers
  • Furnaces
  • Gas
  • Gas Conversions
  • Generators
  • Heat Pumps
  • Humidifiers
  • Oil Warm Wire Radiant Heat
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Replacements
  • Residential Contracts
  • Roof Top Units
  • Service Contracts
  • Solar Heating
  • Thermostats
  • Tune-Ups

Save Money with Energy Efficient Heating & Cooling Products!

Although costs vary by location, it typically costs about $600 a year to heat and cool the average home — nearly half of your home’s annual energy bill!


Energy Star LogoYou can lower your energy costs by installing an energy efficient ENERGY STAR qualified heating and cooling system. For example, ENERGY STAR qualified central air conditioners are about 20% more efficient than today’s standard efficiency products, and ENERGY STAR qualified furnaces are about 15% more efficient than current standard models. The price difference of ENERGY STAR qualified equipment will be paid back over time through lower energy bills.

For more information, see the Energy Star Guide.