Atlantic Shores Heating and Cooling is Proud to Serve Suffolk, Chesapeake, VA and Surrounding Areas
Helping homeowners and small businesses enhance their comfort and energy efficiency is our job. Since 1995, Atlantic Shores Heating and Cooling has operated under the belief that everyone deserves a dependable heating and cooling system. We specialize in creating comfortable indoor environments and continually exceed the highest professional standards in the HVAC industry. If you’re looking for an HVAC contractor who focuses on providing exceptional customer service, look no further than Atlantic Shores Heating and Cooling. We’re available in the following and surrounding areas in Virginia:
Do you want to invest in and install a new heat pump in Chesapeake, Virginia? The service technicians at Atlantic Shores Heating and Cooling have the training and tools needed to complete the installation correctly. From performing precise load calculations to installing the unit properly, we’ll make sure your heat pump operates at high efficiency. As a result, you’ll enjoy lower energy bills, fewer breakdowns and a longer system life.
Preventing a heating breakdown during the coldest nights of the year in Portsmouth, Virginia, is easy when you invest in furnace maintenance. The best time to schedule your maintenance visit is in the fall before the temperatures drop. The service technicians at Atlantic Shores Heating and Cooling will ensure your furnace is in tip-top shape.
Today’s innovations in HVAC technology help homeowners in Smithfield, Virginia take more control over their comfort. One such innovation is a smart thermostat. Atlantic Shores Heating and Cooling carries and installs a range of the most high-tech controls and thermostats, and we can help you pick the perfect model for your comfort needs.
Do you want to stop your loved ones from arguing over the temperature in your Suffolk, Virginia, home? One way is to install an HVAC zoning system. With HVAC zoning, you can enhance comfort by controlling the temperature in each room of your home. You can also avoid wasting energy by not heating or cooling empty rooms.