Comfortable air means more than just maintaining a comfortable temperature in your home. To us it means providing environmentally-friendly heating and air conditioning products and services that help preserve the world around us. Been that way since we started our business back in 1994.
That means we are committed to providing highly efficient HVAC products and services for McComb, Natchez, Columbia, Brookhaven and the surrounding areas right up to the MS – LA borders. It means all of the heating and air conditioning systems we offer adhere to strict efficiency standards, consuming less energy and saving you money on utility bills. It means we offer indoor air quality testing to make the air around you cleaner and healthier.
It also means:
- Our technicians follow EPA-certified protocols and environmentally-sound practices when installing new HVAC systems or repairing current ones
- The efficient HVAC systems we sell all feature high Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio ratings (SEER ratings), Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency ratings (AFUE ratings), and Heating Seasonal Performance Ratings (HSPF)
- We gladly offer HVAC system recycling for old heating and air conditioning systems that we replace
We’re also very serious about making sure the air quality in your home is the best it can possibly be. That’s we we offer products and services specifically designed to minimize the potential for bacteria, mold, mildew and other common – yet harmful – household irritants.
Kermit the Frog once famously said “It’s not easy being green”. But we beg to differ. When it comes to HVAC systems, it’s actually not that hard – if you maintain your heating and air conditioning system in order to make sure it’s operating as efficiently as possible. So we encourage you to contact Southern Air today to have your heating and air conditioning system inspected and to see how we might be able to help clear the air in your home. Again, all of the products and services we employ are based on the idea that an eco-friendly HVAC system is good for many things – the environment, your wallet, your comfort…but most of all, your health and the health of our world in general.