Improve your home’s energy efficiency this winter

Does your energy bill skyrocket as soon as the temperature drops? Your home is in good company. Many people struggle to keep their energy bills under control during the winter months because their homes aren’t very energy efficient.

The good news is that you aren’t powerless to improve your situation. In fact, there are a variety of relatively simple things you can do to boost your home’s energy efficiency during the winter so you pay less on your utility bills while still staying warm. Here are a few tips to help you get started.

A Southern Air technician maintains a furnace system here in McComb.

By scheduling a heating system tune-up this fall, you can boost your home energy-efficiency and save on your monthly energy bills.

Schedule a heating system tune-up

Most people faithfully maintain and service their cars, but don’t give their heating system a second thought until it stops working. The longer your heating system goes without a tune-up, the less efficiently it will run. Here are a few warning signs of a slowing HVAC system—and reasons why you should call Southern Air Heating & Cooling today for heating repair:

  • Sudden increase in utility bills
  • Reduction in airflow coming out of your vents
  • Unusual noises coming from your heating system
  • Sudden changes in your indoor air quality
  • Inability to maintain the desired temperature in your home
  • Odd smells coming from your vents and registers

Want to prevent furnace and heat pump problems in the first place? A heating tune-up can help prevent major issues and ensure everything is in good working order. Even if you don’t notice obvious signs of trouble, it’s wise to have your heating system checked out every year. We recommend calling us to schedule yours in the fall, a few months before winter sets in.

Add insulation to your attic

Did you know that up to 50% of your home’s heating energy can drain out through the attic? This is especially true if you live in an older home with insufficient insulation. To make sure your heat stays inside where it belongs, consider adding insulation to your attic this fall.

There are a variety of insulation types you can choose from, including loose-fill fiberglass, spray foam, cellulose, and fiberglass batts. They each have their own unique features and price points, so it’s important to talk with our team of HVAC professionals to figure out what type of attic insulation will work best for your home.

Caulk around windows and doors

When is the last time you caulked around your windows and doors? If you can’t remember, or if it’s been longer than a few years, it’s time to do it again.

Failing to re-caulk windows and doors on a regular basis can lead to significant air leakage through minute cracks around doors and window frames. Other areas you may want to seal include utility entrances (where faucets, wiring, and cables enter your home) and around exterior trim. In addition to making your home more efficient, caulking these areas can also prevent pests from getting into your home.

Upgrade to a smart thermostat

A smart thermostat can help you save by allowing you to change your temperatures remotely so you use minimal energy when you’re away at work or on vacation. You can also set up a schedule in the thermostat so that it automatically adjusts the temperature on weekdays when you’re at work, heating the home back up for a cozy evening by the time you return home.

Call Southern Air to schedule your HVAC tune-up

If you feel overwhelmed by the many suggestions for improving your energy efficiency, start with the basics. Tuning-up the system you already have is the perfect first step to lowering your energy usage and costs.

To schedule your service or consultation, call Southern Air Heating & Cooling or contact us today. Once we receive your information, we’ll get back to you as quickly as possible.

4 reasons to consider having our team install a heat pump

There’s a good chance that one of your neighbors or family members has a heat pump at their home. But, just what are heat pumps, and what makes them different from air conditioners and furnaces? In this article, we’ll review what heat pumps are, how they work, and the three main reasons they’re a great fit for homes here in Mississippi. We’ll also review two noteworthy heat pump models from Carrier and Trane.

What are heat pumps?

Heat pumps are a type of HVAC system that is capable of both cooling your home in the summer and heating it in the winter. A heat pump accomplishes this by moving heat energy from one place to another—where that heat is moved to and from depends on the season in question. In the summer, the system operates like an air conditioner, using refrigerant to absorb heat energy from your home and then releasing it outside.

In the winter, the heat pump reverses operation. It uses the refrigerant to pull heat energy out of outdoor air and bring it inside (even cold outdoor air has residual heat!). This is different from a gas or electric furnace, which combusts fuel to create heat energy. Heat pumps are just moving energy from one place to another. Which brings us to the first major benefit of owning a heat pump:


Using a heat pump to keep your home comfortable in the winter is far more efficient than using a gas or electric furnace to generate heat. In fact, the U.S. Department of Energy estimates that switching to a heat pump from an electric furnace can save 50% of the energy used to heat your home. Many heat pump models are also more efficient than air conditioners because they are better at dehumidifying air. As we all know here in Mississippi, humidity is a major factor in how hot we feel in our homes.

The energy efficiency of most heat pumps only starts to dip in extremely cold weather, where the heat pump may struggle to pull the remaining heat energy out of the outdoor air. However, given how mild our winters are here in McComb, most heat pumps here see no drop in efficiency during the winter months.


Heat pumps are a perfect match for our mild winter climate. Since a heat pump is capable of both cooling and heating your home, it allows you to have one HVAC system instead of two (such as an air conditioner and a gas furnace). Beyond saving you on installation costs, that means you only have one system to maintain and repair year-round.


Trane XV20i Variable-Speed Heat Pump

The Trane XV20i Variable-Speed Heat Pump is just one of the high-performance heat pumps our team installs here in Mississippi.

There are many different types of heat pumps, which gives homeowners greater options when investing in their home’s comfort. The most common type—and the one discussed in this article—are air-source heat pumps. These systems, as the name implies, transfer heat energy from and into the air. However, there are two other types of heat pumps out there, as well:

  • Ground-source (or geothermal): These heat pumps pull radiant heat energy from underground and bring it into your home. These systems are highly efficient during the winter.
  • Water-source: Far less common than the other two types, these heat pumps pull and deposit heat into a nearby water source, such as a lake or pond on the property.

At Southern Air, our team primarily installs air-source heat pumps. As your local Carrier and Trane dealer here in McComb and Southwest Mississippi, there are two high-performance systems you should know about:

  • The Carrier Infinity 20 Heat Pump: This is the most efficient, comfort-enhancing heat pump that Carrier manufacturers. It gets up to 20.5 SEER cooling performance in the summer and up to 13.0 HSPF in the winter. It has Carrier’s patented Greenspeed Intelligence, which allows it to vary its speed depending on what is best needed to maintain the desired temperature of your home.
  • The Trane XV20i Variable Speed Heat Pump: This system from the trusted manufacturer Trane gets up to 20 SEER and has a HSPF score of 10. The TruComfort variable-speed motor allows this system to shift into 750 different speeds for optimal comfort in your home. It’s also one of the quietest heating and cooling systems on the market.

Is a heat pump right for your home?

If you need a new cooling or heating system, a Carrier or Trane air-source heat pump might be a great fit for your home here in Mississippi. Give the team at Southern Air a call for a free in-home estimate. We’d love to send one of our experienced technicians out to meet with you and talk through your cooling and heating options.

How do ductless cooling systems work and where are they a good fit?

Ductless systems are a popular alternative to traditional HVAC systems here in McComb, Mississippi. These systems combine versatility with better efficiency and comfort. But, just what are ductless systems and how do they work? In this article, we’ll review the benefits of upgrading to a ductless cooling system and what factors make your home a good fit for ductless.

A wall-mounted ductless cooling system in a home here in McComb, MS.How do ductless cooling systems work?

As you might have already guessed, “ductless” systems do not need ductwork to operate. This sets them apart from air conditioners, heat pumps, furnaces, and other centrally driven systems that use ducts to distribute cooled and heated air to each of the rooms of your home.

In contrast, ductless systems have at least two components:

  • An outdoor condenser
  • An indoor blower

The only thing connecting these two sides of the system is a refrigerant line. Ductless systems, like heat pumps, are in the business of transporting heat energy from one place to another. In the summer, that means that the refrigerant in the indoor blower unit absorbs heat before moving the heat energy outside to the condenser, where it’s released. This cooling cycle continues until enough heat energy has been removed from your home to lower the temperature to what you set your thermostat dial to. In the winter—again, just like a heat pump—the system reverses, using the same process to draw heat energy out of the air outside (it’s there, even on the coldest days here in Mississippi) and pump it into your home.

The indoor unit—typically wall-mounted, but also sometimes ceiling or floor-mounted—acts as the blower, sending the cooled (or heated) air into your home to make things comfortable. In a typical home, this happens through the ducts. Ductless systems cut out the middleman and deliver air straight into the room with you.

What is a “mini-split?”

Naturally, having just one indoor blower unit probably isn’t enough to cool down your entire home. Ductless systems are designed to be networked in a “mini-split” configuration. This means that multiple indoor blower units can be connected by refrigerant lines to a single outdoor condenser. Homeowners use mini-split ductless systems to put cooling / heating in each room of their home.

Zoned comfort makes a big difference

This “zoned” approach is impressive for several reasons. First and foremost, it’s energy-efficient. With a traditional HVAC system and ductwork, a surprising amount of cooling and heating is lost in the ducts on the way to the living spaces of your home. This means your air conditioner, heat pump, or furnace has to work harder (and expend more and more energy) to get the home’s temperature to where you want it and overcome those losses. While there are steps homeowners with ducts can take to improve their energy-efficiency (such as having their ducts professionally sealed—a lot of energy is lost through small cracks or pinholes), some of that energy loss is just inherent in the design.

Ductless is different. No ducts means no inherent energy loss through ductwork. By delivering heating and cooling right where it’s needed, ductless systems are able to operate more efficiently than normal HVAC systems.

A multi-split and zoned comfort approach take things even further. Imagine that you and your family are spending the evening in the kitchen of your two-story home, cooking dinner and putting together a puzzle. You can set the system to cool down the kitchen where you all are currently, but otherwise not have the other ductless indoor units in the living room and bedrooms running. This means incredible energy savings: you’re paying to cool down one room instead of several.

Is your home right for a ductless system?

We’ll go ahead and answer this one: yes. That’s because ductless systems can go in any type of home. Some homeowners with existing ductwork and other HVAC systems even have our team install a ductless mini-split to give added comfort in their homes.

If you have a home without existing ductwork, a ductless system is exactly what you want. Installing ducts can be expensive, incredibly invasive, or both. In many historic homes here in Mississippi, there are regulations against the major renovations needed to install ducts. Finally, there are some spaces—from garages to non-connected suites on your property—that just don’t make sense for ductwork.

Get a free in-home estimate from our team

At Southern Air, our mission is to bring comfort to the homeowners of McComb and surrounding communities. We want to help you find the best system for your home, whether that’s a ductless setup or a traditional air conditioner. That’s why the best place to start your search for comfort is by giving our team a call for a free in-home estimate. For this estimate, we’ll send out one of our experienced techs to meet with you and talk about your home comfort needs. We’ll also take the measurements needed to match you with the perfect system and give you an upfront, accurate quote.

If your home needs a new cooling or heating system, don’t forget to ask our team about our financing offers, available with approved credit.

Here are 4 reasons why you should upgrade your AC this summer

As your home’s air conditioner gets older, it starts to cost you more money. First, it’s less efficient than it was when it was new, so you’ll see rising energy bills—especially relative to what your neighbors are paying for the same cooling. Second, older air conditioners are more likely to break down, which means you have to pay for repairs. If you’re experiencing either of these scenarios, this summer might be the one where you should upgrade your AC. We’ll explain more in this new article.

Your friends here at Southern Air offer free in-home estimates on new Carrier and Trane systems here in McComb. Call us to schedule yours or to learn more about our lineup of new air conditioners.

A Southern Air technician checks the refrigerant on an air conditioner here in McComb.Why should you upgrade your AC this summer?

#1. You want lower energy bills

Old AC units can be very expensive. Even if the unit was efficient when you had it installed, over time it can lose that efficiency due to leaks or other problems. The advancements in HVAC technology has resulted in air conditioners that require much less electricity to cool your home. This means that a new unit can cool a lot faster for a lot less money.

#2. You want increased efficiency

If you replace your current AC unit, you could use 30 to 50% less energy. This smaller energy footprint is very important to many people who understand that more power usage equates to more carbon emissions. Protecting the environment often means making small changes, as this is one that will benefit both you and Mother Earth. You’ll feel good knowing that you’re doing your part to improve the environment for future generations.

Beyond that, lower energy use means lower energy bills for you and your family for many summers to come. Those savings can really add up, which might help convince you to make the switch from your older, less-efficient air conditioner.

#3. You are tired of endless repairs

An older air conditioner is more likely to break down than a new one. As cooling systems age, more and more can start to go wrong—especially without regular maintenance from the certified, experienced techs here at Southern Air. Parts don’t work quite as well as they once did and there’s the possibility of metal fatigue or corrosion. All of this adds up to more frequent breakdowns in the summer, which are not only stressful but also potentially expensive, especially when considered cumulatively.

#4. You want to increase your property value

Whether or not you’re considering selling your home, a new AC unit can increase your home’s value by up to 12%, according to the National Association of Realtors. When compared to homes similar to yours with old units, sellers are more likely to purchase your home with a brand-new AC system. While an upgrade may seem like a big investment right now, it can pay off big time in the future.

Call Southern Air for a free in-home estimate

At Southern Air, we offer free in-home estimates on new Carrier and Trane systems here in McComb and the surrounding communities of southwest Mississippi. If you’re ready to make the switch to a new cooling system this summer, call us and talk to us about upgrading your AC this summer.

Here’s why you should schedule a heat pump tune-up this spring

It may not feel like it in some parts of America, but spring is just around the corner with summer following soon after. The birds are singing, flowers are blossoming, and it’s time to schedule a heat pump tune-up. Your heat pump works hard to keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Treat it right with annual maintenance from the professionals here at Southern Air. To schedule your heat pump tune-up this spring, give us a call.

Schedule your heat pump tune-up this spring with Southern Air!

A heat pump tune-up can ensure that your home gets great cooling throughout the summer.

Benefits of a heat pump tune-up

Not convinced? Here are just a few reasons you should schedule a heat pump tune-up this spring.

  • Unlike air conditioning units, heat pumps work all year round with minimal downtime between seasons. Doing twice the work—heating and cooling—means twice the wear-and-tear. Because of this, a regular tune-up helps to ensure everything is in good working order.
  • Regular tune-ups also help ensure the system is working effectively and efficiently. They also extend the lifespan of the unit, which means you can save on the cost of replacing the entire system for another few years.
  • Dirty air filters can lead to the development of respiratory illnesses, particularly in seniors and children. By ensuring these are cleaned or changed routinely, you preserve your family’s health and your peace of mind.

Benefits of a professional tune-up

Many items on a professional checklist for a heat tune-up can be completed by handy men and women in the home who prefer to do things on their own. However, some things are better left to the professionals. Here are some of the benefits of hiring professionals to conduct a tune-up.

  • Hiring professionals provide peace of mind in knowing that the work is being completed by trained and experienced workers.
  • Work completed by licensed professionals usually include a warranty. Companies like Southern Air Heating & Cooling are also insured, ensuring that if anything goes wrong, you’re covered.
  • Completing technical work on your home or allowing an unlicensed worker to do so may void certain provisions in your home insurance.

Contact us

If you can’t remember the last time you scheduled a heat pump tune-up, now is the time to rectify that. Contact us to schedule maintenance work on your heat pump this spring.

Air duct cleaning can help you and your family breathe easier

The EPA advises that indoor air has anywhere from 2-5 times the number of airborne contaminants as outdoor air. From pollen to pet dander, microscopic particles float freely and circulate throughout the home via the air ducts, where they get stuck and build up over time. In addition to posing a potential health risk, this particulate buildup can reduce airflow through the HVAC system, making the unit work harder and use more energy. Routinely scheduling air duct cleaning can help to minimize indoor air pollution while reducing your energy costs.

Southern Air offers air duct cleaning services here in Southwest Mississippi. To schedule your next air duct cleaning, give us a call today!

Sources of contamination

Schedule air duct cleaning services on an annual basis.The buildup of dust, dander, pollen, and other airborne contaminants in ductwork also provides an environment that promotes the growth of bacteria, mildew, and mold. Pollen and fungal spores that spread through ductwork can aggravate allergies and harm the respiratory system, particularly in children and the elderly.

The National Air Duct Cleaners Association recommends a professional air duct cleaning every few years, but you may want to schedule one more frequently if you are concerned about your home’s indoor air quality. Some indicators that you should consider include:

  • Family members that suffer from asthma, allergies, or other respiratory symptoms
  • The presence of indoor cats, dogs, or other shedding pets
  • A noticeable stale or musty odor when the HVAC system turns on
  • Family members who smoke
  • Rapid dust buildup on furniture
  • Frequent problems with nasal congestion, headaches, or itchy eyes
  • Moving into a new home
  • Recent remodeling or renovation work

Preventative maintenance

In addition to improving indoor air quality and helping your HVAC equipment perform at its best, scheduling regular air duct maintenance minimizes the risk of hidden leaks, damage, or even a rodent or insect infestation. Having ductwork inspected annually and cleaned as needed helps to prevent small problems from becoming big ones.

Schedule a professional inspection and cleaning today

Whether you’re worried about indoor air pollution, concerned about HVAC performance, or need to schedule your next air duct cleaning, the experienced technicians at Southern Air Heating & Cooling are here to help.

In addition to offering comprehensive cleaning services, we’ll perform a thorough inspection of your home’s ducting system, replace missing or threadbare insulation, and seal any leaks. Contact us today to learn more about our 100% satisfaction guarantee and help your family breathe easier.

5 signs you need a professional to look at your furnace

The last thing you want to deal with in the middle of winter is a broken furnace. What many homeowners fail to realize is that your furnace will tell you when it is about to fail well in advance of it actually happening. Here are common signs that it’s time to seek out furnace repair in McComb from Southern Air.

5 signs you need professional furnace repair in McComb

1. It’s not producing enough heat

This is one of the most apparent signs you are running into problems. If your furnace is not heating up your home well enough, then there could be damage. You can put your hand against the vent to see if it is blowing cold air.

2. Your electric bill is higher than normal

You may have found your electric bill has skyrocketed, but you are not using your furnace any differently than last year. Higher bills indicate your system is not working as efficiently as it should.

Additionally, this could be a sign the heat exchanger has a crack. In this case, you definitely need to hire a professional from Southern Air Heating & Cooling because it will be dangerous to fix a cracked heat exchanger on your own.

3. The furnace makes weird noises

Broken furnaces produce popping or rattling sounds. This is generally a sign that it is reaching the end of its normal lifespan. Another explanation could be that a component has become loose, and a professional needs to put it back into place.

4. There is a yellow pilot light

The pilot light for your furnace should be blue, not yellow. A yellow light means your furnace has begun to leak carbon monoxide, which is a significant safety concern. You need to correct the issue immediately so that you and your family will be protected.

5. The furnace is old

You should look into getting a new furnace no matter what once it is over 20 years old. Most furnaces will only last this long. It’s better to swap it out now before it breaks down on you completely.

Call Southern Air for fast, reliable furnace repair

Any one of these is a good enough reason to contact us for heating help. We have been helping families in McComb stay warm during the winter since 1994, and we can help you next.

Save with a furnace tune-up from the pros at Southern Air

You need to get the most out of your furnace. In the event your energy bills have increased recently, then it’s time to schedule your furnace tune-up right away. The energy savings can be substantial, and the amount of money you spend hiring an HVAC professional will pay for itself with the savings.

In this blog, we’ll review the ways you can save with a furnace tune-up from the pros at Southern Air. To schedule your furnace or heat pump maintenance, contact us today!

A Furnace Inspection in McComb MS4 ways you can save with a furnace tune-up

#1. You buy your furnace more time

You should schedule a furnace tune-up once per year. That’s because regular annual maintenance can help your furnace live a longer, more effective life. Without maintenance, you may need to replace your furnace sooner than you would have otherwise, which means buying more new furnaces over the lifetime of your home. You’ll save money by simply having a more resilient furnace you will not have to replace any time soon.

#2. You’ll reduce the repairs your system needs

A furnace tune-up costs far less than having to repair some component of your furnace or heat pump that is no longer working. In this way, the expression “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” applies. Depending on the problem, it can cost a lot of money to get a furnace back up-and-running following a breakdown.

#3. You’ll cut your energy bills

As they age, furnaces run less efficiently. As a result, they require more electricity or to operate, which can increase power bills. During an inspection, your Southern Air technician will inspect the refrigerant levels, lubricate moving parts, and clean the condenser coil. The expert also will suggest helpful settings for the thermostat.

#4. Keep your warranty intact

When you first got the furnace, it should have come with a warranty. Many times, these warranties will include provisions saying how the furnace requires routine maintenance in order for the warranty to remain valid.

Call Southern Air to schedule your furnace tune-up this fall

You benefit in more ways than one when you schedule a tune-up with the professionals from Southern Air Heating & Cooling. Contact us if you have any questions about the services we offer. You should get in touch right away if your furnace requires emergency services.

Here’s why you should never DIY your heat pump tune-up

The “do-it-yourself” trend for homeowners is mostly positive. Video guides and hardware stores allow you to save money by tackling projects on your own. However, there are limits. For example, you should avoid trying to do your own DIY heat pump tune-up. Here’s why you should trust your heat pump to the technicians at Southern Air instead.

To schedule a heating tune-up this fall, contact the pros here at Southern Air. Our techs are ready to help get your system running right in time for colder weather.

A Furnace Inspection in McComb MSYou could hurt yourself or someone else

Your heat pump is a complicated piece of mechanic equipment that utilizes gas or electricity to keep your home comfortable. They are complex and potentially dangerous devices for untrained people to be opening and configuring.

As a worst-case scenario, if you attempt a DIY tune-up on your heat pump, you could get electrocuted. It’s not worth the risk. Instead, call Southern Air. Our techs know how to fix your heat pump safely.

You could make things worse

Perhaps your heat pump is making strange sounds, not giving off enough heat, or failing to turn on. If you try to fiddle around with it based on an online guide, you make the issue worse because you’re not professionally trained to maintain and repair HVAC equipment. Heat pumps are complicated pieces of machinery and are difficult to understand unless you undergo years of training and field work.

You could create future problems

Even if you can fix a little problem, you still can’t be sure that everything’s fine for the long run. Handling heat pumps and putting all the pieces back together requires careful precision from trained hands. You might feel confident right after conducting a DIY AC tune-up, but an issue may arise down the road.

You could void the warranty

Your heat pump may have a manufacturer’s warranty system in place. Generally, this type of warranty only applies if you have HVAC professionals work on your heat pump. As soon as you pry open your HVAC system and mess around with the heat pump, you may violate your warranty. This means any issues that come up won’t be covered and you’ll have to pay for everything out-of-pocket.

Avoid the DIY solutions and call Southern Air for service

Even if you’re a handyman-type of person or a quick learner, you should resist the temptation to try to fix your heat pump yourself. Instead, if your heat pump is acting up, contact us at Southern Air.

Here’s why we’re proud to work with Carrier

Southern Air Heating & Cooling is proud to be your local Carrier dealer here in McComb and surrounding areas in Southwest Mississippi. Our professional, experienced techs install new, advanced Carrier air conditioners, heat pumps, and furnaces.

In this blog, we’ll review the reasons why we work with Carrier, and why you should consider a new Carrier HVAC system for your home.

To get started on your free in-home estimate, or to learn more about our financing with approved credit, contact Southern today!

HVAC Repair Quote McComb#1. Carrier is the original HVAC company

There’s something to be said about an original, and Carrier has been in the air conditioning game as long as anyone. That’s because the company’s founder, Willis Carrier, invented the world’s first air conditioner in 1902.

Since Carrier’s original innovation at the turn of the twentieth century, Carrier—the company he founded in 1915—has continued to grow, expand, and innovate. Today, inspired by the legacy of its founder, Carrier has pioneered major innovations in indoor comfort, energy-efficiency, and reliability.

#2. Leading the way in energy-efficiency

There are few things more important to homeowners today than energy-efficiency. Saving energy means a smaller footprint for the home—and small energy bills through the summer. That’s one of the big reasons why homeowners schedule seasonal AC tune-ups with Southern Air!

Carrier is leading the industry in energy-efficient design, creating systems that use less while cooling more. With up to 21 SEER, the Infinity® 21 Central Air Conditioner is among the most efficient air conditioners on the market today. That’s thanks to a two-stage scroll compressor and computerization that finds the best speed for the system to run at.

If you want the best in energy-efficiency for your home’s next HVAC system, call Southern Air and ask about our lineup of advanced Carrier units.

#3. Built to keep your home comfortable

Energy-efficiency is great, but it’s nothing without comfort. After all, if your air conditioner is energy-efficient but doesn’t keep the heat and humidity out of your home, is it really worth it? Luckily, Carrier units are able to perfectly balance both, providing great cooling for less.

If you’ve been feeling the heat this spring and it’s time to upgrade to a new system, consider a Carrier. With professional installation from the professionals at Southern Air, you’ll have a much cooler summer ahead of you.

For a free in-home estimate, call Southern Air

Southern Air is the premier air conditioning, heat pump, and furnace installation team in McComb and Southwest Mississippi. We’re proud to be a Carrier Factory-Authorized Dealer.

For a free in-home estimate on your new Carrier air conditioner, contact us today, or call us at (601) 684-2072.