• Refrigerated air conditioners and heat pump systems, now qualify for rebates through PNM. These rebates can be either $200, $300, or $600, depending on efficiency. Click here for more information from PNM.  Additional rebates are available to customers who participate in the PNM Home Energy Checkup and replace their current refrigerated A/C with a new unit.  Click here for info.​
  • There are also rebates from New Mexico Gas Company for having a high efficiency furnace installed ranging from $275 to $375. Click Here to be redirected to the NM Gas site.

Rebates

Heating

  • We service all makes and models of residential and light commercial heating units.
  • Furnace repair/troubleshooting.
  • Furnace seasonal change-overs (includes carbon monoxide testing).
  • Furnace replacement/installation.
  • Duct design/Load Calculations


Frequently Asked Questions

What is the average life of a furnace?

The average live of a furnace is about 20 years. If your unit is around this age it may be more cost effective to have it replaced than repaired. Costly repairs can add up quickly when working on an older unit.

What happens if New Mexico Gas red tags a gas appliance?

New Mexico Gas is responsible for the gas line up to the meter. Anything after the meter is the responsibility of the homeowner, including appliances. We can check your gas appliances for any code violations. Depending on your situation the problem may be corrected with a repair. Some situations require replacement of the appliance in question.

What is a 2 stage furnace and what are the benefits?

Load calculations are used to determine the size of a furnace needed to heat your home. They take into account square footage, home construction and the weather conditions of the area. Furnaces are usually sized with the coldest days of the year to keep up with. With New Mexico's mild weather full furnace capacity is not always necessary.​ 2 stage furnaces start in a low stage of heat that uses less gas and electricity.  During mild weather conditions, this low operating stage cuts down on utility costs.  On days where the demand for heat is greater, the furnace will operate at full capacity.