Residential HVAC Installation, Repair & Maintenance
Thrasher’s Heating & Air, Inc., is dedicated to bringing quality HVAC services to residents in and around Greenville, South Carolina. We proudly offer affordable services including HVAC repair, air conditioning repair, ac installation, furnace repair, heat pump repair, HVAC maintenance, and more. As a family owned and operated company, we know the importance of customer satisfaction. That is why we work closely with our customers to make sure they are getting the work they need done at competitive pricing. We even offer financing options for those who qualify. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or to get a quote on your HVAC repairs.
Air Conditioning and Heating always seem to go on the fritz when you need them most. Don’t let your family suffer through when you can give Thrasher’s Heating & Air a call right away. Our NATE® Certified technicians will come out and diagnose any issues you are having with your HVAC unit and access the repairs you will need. There are no hidden fees; we will always go over your options up front.
There are many reasons to upgrade your heating and cooling system. Whether you need to replace a broken unit or just want to enjoy the money saving benefits of upgrading to something more energy efficient, Thrasher’s Heating & Air will get the job done. We proudly carry the newest technology from Trane® and Ameristar™. Just give us a call today for a free quote.
The easiest way to ensure your air conditioning, furnace, heat pump, and ventilation will continue to work for your for years to come is by routine maintenance. Let Thrasher’s Heating & Air, Inc., come by and diagnose the health of you current HVAC system. We can recommend practices that will keep your home comfortable with very little effort. Give us a call today and we can schedule out your next maintenance appointment.
Bad HVAC Capacitor Diagnosis
At Thrasher’s Heating & Air, we use the newest technology to diagnose your home’s heating and cooling system so you don’t have to worry about future problems. Take a look at this quick video on how to test a capacitor using a Fluke 1587 meter. This test could be done using any meter that can test capacitance and AC voltage.