Reliable HVAC Technicians
Hopkins Air Conditioning, Inc. proudly serves residents of West Palm Beach, FL.
We are certified by the National Comfort Institute, and our HVAC technicians are NATE-certified as well. Our heating service company will strive to give you the best service at an affordable rate.
We service all makes and models of heating systems. When you need heating repair, installation or maintenance, you can count on us.
We are proud of:
- Emergency repairs
- A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau
- Tempstar Elite Dealer
- Angie’s List Super Service Award winner for three years running
Heating Repair in West Palm Beach
As your trusted heating services company, we can help fix your system in West Palm Beach.
Our trained HVAC technicians will conduct a full-point inspection to find the source of the issue. Once you approve our estimate, we will complete your repair in a professional and timely matter. Your comfort will be our main concern. If you are experiencing issues with your heating system, you may need a repair.
These issues include:
- Strange sounds
- Blinking lights on the control panel
- Uneven temperatures in rooms
- Debris from vents
Heating Installation in West Palm Beach
If you have an older heating unit in your home, you may want to think about an upgrade. A new heating system could save you money on your energy bills. Our HVAC technicians will help you find the right system for your home in West Palm Beach. We will make sure you are completely satisfied with our installation before we leave.
With regular maintenance, you can keep your heating system operating at an efficient level throughout the winter. Our HVAC technicians will inspect your system, fill up all necessary fluids, and change out the filters. As your reliable heating service company in West Palm Beach, we recommend two maintenance visits per year.
If you want to schedule an appointment for heating or cooling services in West Palm Beach,
call Hopkins Air Conditioning, Inc. today.
Some of the frequently asked questions we receive about heating systems in southeastern Florida are:
When should I turn the heat on in Florida?
Once the cool air starts arriving in late fall or early winter, it is a good time to prepare your heating system for winter. If you have a furnace or heat pump, set the thermostat to about 68 degrees so that it will automatically come on when temperatures drop. If you have space heaters, turn them on manually when temperatures dip below your comfort level.
Is heat necessary in Palm Beach?
Though it may be rare to have a truly cold day in the Palm Beach area, a reliable heating system makes the winter nights far more comfortable, and it can protect your home if a more extreme cold spell occurs. We recommend keeping your home at about 68 degrees for the best balance of comfort and efficiency.
What is that smell when starting the heating system?
If your furnace or heat pump has not been started since the previous heating season, you may notice an unusual odor when it first turns on. This is normal, and it is simply dust and other particles heating up that have settled in the ducts. After a few minutes, the odor should disappear. But if you notice musty odors, sour odors, or burning plastic smells, it is best to call an HVAC professional. Your heating system may need some preventative maintenance or repairs.
What areas of Palm Beach do you serve?
We serve all of Palm Beach and the surrounding communities, including:
- Boca Raton
- Boynton Beach
- Lake Worth
- North Palm Beach
- Palm Beach
- Palm Beach Gardens
- Royal Palm Beach
- West Palm Beach
What heating systems do you service?
We offer complete installations, repairs, and maintenance services for gas furnaces, electric furnaces, heat pumps, ductless HVAC systems, and more. We service all brands and models of HVAC equipment, and we install high-quality, efficient systems from Lennox and other top manufacturers.
For answers to any other HVAC questions you may have, call (561) 656-4870 or contact us online today! At Hopkins Air Conditioning, your comfort is our top priority.
How long do heating systems last in Florida?
With regular maintenance, you can get as long as 20 years of service from your HVAC system or heating unit. Without maintenance, you should begin budgeting for replacement after 10-12 years.
In addition to an extended life span, one of the greatest advantages of regular maintenance is improved IAQ (indoor air quality). If you have small children, elderly, or family members with medical issues/allergies, the quality of the air you breathe can make a difference in your quality of life.
We recommend servicing your heating system every fall. Schedule air conditioning tune-ups every spring.
How often should you replace your heating system?
Does anyone in Florida replace their heating systems before it’s absolutely necessary? Actually, yes. If you’ve had two or more repairs in one year, it’s time to throw in the towel and get a new unit. Even though the old system still works – technically – it’s more cost-effective to replace it with a new one. Plus, you’ll see very real savings on your monthly energy bill.
Never let money keep you from improving your quality of life with a new heating and cooling system. Fast, affordable financing can have you saving energy (and money) every month.
Is it bad to sleep with the heater on?
Never sleep with a space or room heater on at night. Even an electric space heater is dangerous. The risk of asphyxia (sleep death) is high, as is the risk for carbon monoxide poisoning. However, using your HVAC system throughout the night is a safe option to keep you and your family comfortable. To enhance the safety of your HVAC system, a programmable thermostat is an ideal solution to the infrequent times we have nighttime cold snaps. Many smart or Wi-Fi thermostats have a warning system that will shut off the heat to prevent the health risks associated with a malfunctioning heating system.
One way to know if a service provider is trustworthy is by how long the company has been in business. Hopkins Air Conditioning, Inc. has served Floridians for over 45 years. We understand what residents and families here need for their homes. We’re invested in our community. We’re invested in you. For the best possible service at affordable prices, contact us today.