Is your family cool and comfortable during those hot summer months? In the heat of a hot summer, nothing cools you off like a cold glass of iced tea or lemonade . . . except perhaps a great air conditioning system!
To make sure your air conditioning system functions properly in triple-digit heat, you need the help of Bi-County Inc., air conditioning service experts in Warminster, PA. We are committed to helping you find the right air conditioning system for your needs and budget. Our fast, friendly service technicians and responsive dispatch communication department work to get one of our service vehicles out to you for the fastest service, repair or replacement possible!
Warminster, PA Air Conditioning Services Include:
- Sales, Installation & Service on all brands of AC Products
- Duct Design, Fabrication and Installation
- Older Home Cooling Specialist
- Pre-season system checks
- Indoor Air Quality Products
- Humidification Products
Bi-County Air Conditioning: Your Doylestown Air Conditioner Experts
We are also here to make sure that no matter what system you have, it’s always working safely and efficiently so your summer comfort is 100% worry free! By providing you with state-of-the art equipment, parts, professional maintenance and the highest standards of routine and emergency air conditioning installation and service – you can feel confident that if you experience a problem, we’ll take care of it quickly, effectively and affordably.
At Bi-County Inc we understand that “air conditioning” encompasses both the cooling and heating of air, as well as cleaning the air and controlling moisture levels (humidity) within the air you breathe in a home or office space. Air conditioners cool a building by removing heat from the indoor air and transferring it to the air outdoors. This is accomplished through the use of a chemical refrigerant within the system, which absorbs the heat and pumps it through pipes to an outside coil, where the heat is dispersed. There is a fan in the outdoor unit which blows air from the outdoors over the hot coil, drawing the heat out of the refrigerant and into the surrounding air.