It doesn’t take long to notice that the heat in your home has stopped working. Within minutes, the brisk cool air outside can seep into your house, leaving you with only blankets and winter clothes to keep you warm inside. Minutes can seem like hours without a heated home in the middle of winter, but when you reach out for help, some companies may take their sweet time sending a technician to fix the problem.
At John C. Flood, Inc., we answer our phones 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and do our very best to get your heat up and running as soon as possible. We believe that, while “home and hearth” may sound corny or old-fashioned, a home must have a well-designed and properly maintained heating system in order to be as comfortable as possible. Because of that, we understand that any amount of time without heat is too long.
If you have an old or outdated heating system, don’t wait until it stops working, leaving you in the cold indefinitely. John C. Flood’s comfort experts are not only experienced in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia heating repair, they can also upgrade, improve and fine-tune your current system so you can nip any issues in the bud before they escalate.
In addition to preventative maintenance and repairs, we can help homeowners “go green” by working with them to put together an energy-saving Management Plan.
If you have any concerns or problems with your home’s heating system in Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C., pick your phone and see how John C. Flood can help you today.
Among the many projects we can take on, our expertise includes work with:
♦ Attic ventilating systems
♦ Boilers and Radiators
♦ Burnham and A.O. Smith comfort systems
♦ Ductwork and sheet metal
♦ Energy Management Plans
♦ Factory authorized dealer for Bryant & Honeywell
♦ Gas and electric hot water heaters
♦ Gas-fired hot air and hot water heating systems
♦ Heat pumps
♦ Heating and air conditioner tune-ups
♦ High velocity small duct systems
♦ Space-Pak System
♦ Unico System
♦ Indoor air quality and humidification systems
♦ Programmable thermostats
♦ Radiant floor heating
♦ Residential and commercial heating
♦ Zone hot water heating systems.
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