Concord, North Carolina, Air Conditioning Repair and Service

The city of Concord, North Carolina, incorporated in 1806, is known for its attractive downtown area that reflects the town’s rich history. The architectural styles and building materials are well-suited to the area’s climate. Summer breezes flow through large windows, and brick insulates against cold winters and hot summers.

Although early residents built to provide relief from the extremes of weather, today’s residents rely on heating and air conditioning for indoor comfort. Dulin Mechanical Services, Inc. has provided heating, ventilation and air conditioning services for residential and business customers in Concord for more over 50 years.

Concord, North Carolina, Heating and Air Conditioning Service

Dulin Mechanical Services, Inc. is a trusted name in Concord. Our long history in the area shows that we are here to stay. We have won the Angie’s List Super Service Award every year from 2007 to 2016, demonstrating our technical expertise and commitment to customer care. We provide a full range of HVAC services, from after-hours repairs to preventive maintenance to new installations. We were the first in the area to use geothermal systems for heating and cooling.

We are a Trane Comfort Specialist. Our technicians undergo annual factory training to work on leading-edge HVAC products. We also work on all makes and models of air conditioning and heating equipment. Our technicians are certified by NATE, the industry leader in professional HVAC and refrigeration certification. Our goal is 100 percent customer satisfaction.

One of the most important elements of HVAC work is ensuring that units are properly installed. An improperly installed or sized unit will not heat and cool effectively. We take the time to calculate your building’s heating and cooling load, determine the size required for your indoor comfort needs and install new systems for optimum humidity and temperature control.

Air Conditioning Repair

As temperatures and humidity rise, air conditioners must be able to remove moisture and cool the air. When a unit does not heat or cool properly, our technicians carefully examine the system to identify the problem. We use a flat-rate pricing system, provide written estimates and guarantee our work. We are licensed, bonded and insured.