Reimer is proud to be your trusted air conditioning services team here in Buffalo and Western New York. We offer 24/7 emergency repair, professional-caliber tune-ups, and new system installation. Call on our team to keep your air conditioning running right—and your home comfortable this summer.

Here’s why you need a summer AC tune-up from the Reimer team

A Reimer technician completes a summer AC tune-up in Buffalo, NY.

Call Reimer for a summer AC tune-up here in Buffalo, NY.

Most of us don’t think about the life expectancy of our air conditioner on a day-to-day basis. However, every day you use your air conditioner means more wear-and-tear on the system, especially as it gets older. The mechanical and electrical components inside of your unit go through wear-and-tear with constant, everyday use during the hotter months of the year. If these parts are not repaired and replaced when needed, it can lead to an emergency system shutdown, resulting in no cool airflow for your home until the system is repaired by one of our experienced technicians.

Having regular AC maintenance performed on your system by our technicians will help ensure that it is working properly and cooling your home correctly and efficiently. You can schedule an AC tune-up with our team today to make sure your air conditioner is ready to make it through the summer without any unexpected breakdowns.

Here are a few huge benefits of scheduling a tune-up with the team at Reimer Home Services:

Fewer, less-frequent repairs

The number one benefit of scheduling an air conditioner tune-up is that you won’t have to deal with costly repairs as often. It has been said that every penny you spend on your annual HVAC tune-ups can save you up to a dollar in repairs. We’ll take those odds any day! With the proper care and maintenance that comes with our seasonal tune-ups, air conditioner breakdowns are way less likely to happen.

Not only does this save you money in the long run, it gives you that peace of mind knowing that you and your family will stay cool all summer with a unit that is less likely to have an emergency breakdown.

The experienced staff here at Reimer Home Services will thoroughly inspect your cooling system and perform any necessary repairs right then and there, on the spot, helping to prevent any problems from happening before your unit has a chance to breakdown from it. This ensures that small problems do not develop into bigger and costlier problems in the future. This means you won’t have to be sweating it out in your home on the hottest night of the year due to an unexpected breakdown.

Lower energy bills

Once you schedule an AC tune-up with the team at Reimer, our technicians will make sure your AC is running at its maximum efficiency. The cooling device will require less power to cool down your home. As a result, your energy bills won’t be as high because your unit is not using as much energy.

On the other hand, if you do not regularly maintain your AC unit, it will have to strain to keep up and keep your home cooled. This will likely result in skyrocketing energy bills.

Longer lifespan of your system

Another long-term benefit of scheduling regular AC checkups with Reimer is that it will more than likely result in the increased lifespan of your cooling unit. It’s no secret that a new air conditioner is not cheap, and will likely cost you thousands of dollars. For most households, a new AC unit is a major expense they are not prepared for.

If you are consistently having your system tuned-up by an experienced air conditioner technician, you can rest easy and enjoy efficient cooling for a long time ahead. Take care of your system and it will take care of you.

Get optimal cooling

Scheduling seasonal tune-ups with our team ensures that your AC unit optimally cools your entire home. Your rooms will remain cool and comfortable even when it’s upwards of 90 degrees outside. This reduces the chance for having those “hot spots” in your home. The AC unit will produce enough cooling throughout the house, resulting in maximum comfort for everyone inside.

Here’s a list of the most common air conditioner problems

Summer is on its way to Western New York. That means that your air conditioner is about to see some heavy use. Whether you have a brand-new air conditioner or an aging system, you need to know what some of the most common air conditioner problems are and what to keep an eye out for. In this article, we’ll review some of the signs that your air conditioner is having trouble, and when you need to call in our team here at Reimer Home Services for fast, reliable service.

The expert techs at Reimer are ready to help! We offer 24/7 emergency AC repair here in Buffalo and Western New York. Call us today to schedule service.

Call Reimer for service if you're noticing any of these common air conditioner problems this summer.Here are 5 of the most common air conditioner problems

Electric control failure

Over time, the fan controls and compressor in the system wear out. This is more common to happen in oversized systems—systems that were installed in homes where they are too large for the amount of space in the home. You also need to watch out for turning the AC on-and-off frequently. Call in a professional from Reimer Home Services to check to see if there is any corrosion in the system.

Low refrigerant

Refrigerant is essential in any AC system. It is a chemical that is responsible for cooling down the air as it flows through the system. If there is a reduced level of refrigerant, you’ll notice that your system has either stopped cooling or that the coils have frozen over. Low refrigerant levels could indicate that there is a leak somewhere in the line. You’ll want to have one of our techs out to inspect the system and diagnose the exact source of the problem.

Faulty wiring

In the event the wires in the AC system start to break down, you need to get it looked at right away. It is a potential fire hazard, and you do not want to trip a circuit breaker. Faulty wiring can prevent the blower from running as it should, resulting in inadequate airflow. This means less comfort for your home and—in the event that the return vents are not operating properly—insufficient airflow over the coils, which, again, could result in frozen coils.

Malfunctioning outside fan

Most AC systems have an outside unit. When a professional inspects the system, he or she will also need to take a look at the outside unit to make sure it is still performing optimally. When the fan malfunctions, proper heat transfer cannot occur. The air conditioning compressor could overheat.

Sensor issues

Many AC units have a thermostat sensor, which is found behind the control panel. This sensor is responsible for measuring the temperature of the air. This sensor can get knocked out of place, which causes the system to behave erratically. One of our certified, experienced experts might need to recalibrate the thermostat and the system to make sure that they’re working in-sync with one another.

Call Reimer for AC service here in Buffalo and Western New York

The next time your AC system goes on the fritz, hire a professional from Reimer Home Services. Not only are we here for your AC repair needs, but we also provide seasonal maintenance for your air conditioner. To schedule 24/7 emergency repair service with our team, call us today!

Here’s why your air conditioner might not be cooling your home

Warm summer weather isn’t that far away. If you don’t have a working air conditioner, the rising temperatures are going to make your home uncomfortable. At Reimer, we offer HVAC repair services here in Buffalo, NY. Give us a call with any of your AC repair needs, and we’ll have one of our experienced techs come out and help get your system running again.

In this article, we’ll review some common reasons your air conditioner might not be working or not working right, and what you need to know about each.

For HVAC repair services in Buffalo, call Reimer this summer!Common signs you need HVAC repair services this summer

#1. It’s low on refrigerant

From time-to-time, air conditioners can lose refrigerant. This is not a common occurrence, since the refrigerant exists in a closed-loop system. However, leaks can sometimes develop where small amounts of refrigerant are lost at a time.

This may also be the case if the refrigerant contacts moisture, which could cause it to freeze. When the line becomes frozen, the blockage prevents the cool air from reaching inside.

A spring air conditioning tune-up can address issues with refrigerant levels in your air conditioner.

#2. It’s not connected to the thermostat

Another common air conditioning problem is the thermostat. Luckily, a lot of thermostat issues are simply being set to the wrong settings. Most panels have an “auto” and an “on” section for the unit.

The best setting is “auto,” which allows your air conditioner to kick on and off according to the room temperature. If you’ve accidentally set yours to “on,” you’ll notice it runs continuously, regardless of room temperature. Only use the “on” setting if you have a filtration system installed in your HVAC unit.

#3. There might be a mechanical issue

Sometimes the problem is a larger one, such as the condenser coils or the ductwork. Stalled coils prevent your unit from blowing cool air but won’t stop it completely. This means you’ll assume it’s running properly even if it isn’t.

If the ductwork is the issue, you’ll need a professional. He or she will need to search the ducts for cracks, bends or blockages that make it too hard for the cool air to reach the inside of your home.

Call Reimer for HVAC repair services today!

If your air conditioner has stopped working this spring, have Reimer get it back up-and-running before summer temperatures arrive. Contact us today to schedule your AC repair or AC tune-up service here in Buffalo and Western New York.

What are ductless split systems, and is one right for your home?

You’ve no doubt heard about “ductless” systems, or seen one in action at a friend’s home. These increasingly popular systems can both cool and heat your home, and they’re an energy-efficient and versatile alternative to standard, duct-based HVAC setups. Plus, they have a number of other advantages, such as zoned comfort. In this article, we’ll review what ductless split systems are, how they work, and why one of these systems might be a good fit for your home.

For a free in-home estimate on a ductless setup here in Buffalo and Western New York, Reimer is the team to call. One of our techs can meet with you and help you determine if ductless is a good fit for your family’s cooling and heating needs.

Call Reimer to learn more about ductless split systems.

Ductless split systems are typically wall-mounted, meaning they can deliver comfort right to the living spaces of your home.

What are ductless split systems?

It’s right in the name: ductless split systems do not rely on ductwork to transport heated or cooled air, as traditional furnaces and air conditioners do. Instead, these systems have two main components connected by a refrigerant line: an outdoor condenser and an indoor blower. Multiple indoor units can be connected to single outdoor unit: that’s where the “split” part of the name comes from. These units, typically wall-mounted, blow cooled or heated air into the room they’re in, cooling or heating it.

Benefits of upgrading to ductless

Going ductless has several advantages over a standard, duct-dependent HVAC setup. Here are just a few:

Lower Installation Cost

Installing new ducts or repairing old ones can be a significant investment in your home. It’s also a very invasive project, with walls and ceilings literally being torn up to access ductwork. In contrast, ductless installation often costs far less. If you’re weighing getting new ducts installed in your home or home addition, consider the benefits of ductless before you commit to such a long, costly project.

Energy-Efficiency

With a duct-driven cooling and heating setup, a significant amount of energy is lost in transit between the blower and the living spaces of your home. Ductless systems avoid this problem by putting the blower right into the living space. As a result, they can often heat and cool your home for far less energy, reducing your energy bills.

Zoned Comfort

A ductless split system is capable of heating and cooling rooms of your home independently of one another. Have one room that gets too cold in the winter, no matter what you do? You can set the system to heat that room more than the rest of your home. If you and your family are spending the evening in the living room, have the system heat that room without the need to also pay to heat the rest of the home. This can save you money and make your home more comfortable.

Versatility

Ductless systems are wall-mounted, which means they can go in many places that a duct line wouldn’t be able to travel. You can place a ductless system over your kitchen sink, for instance. Or, you can put one right over your bed in the master bedroom. The point is that you have more options than ever.

Indoor Air Quality

Air ducts are not only inefficient at transporting heated or cooled air from one place to another, but they’re also a great place for dust, dirt, grime, pollen, mold particles, and much more to collect. By bypassing the need for ducts entirely, ductless systems avoid this problem, meaning that you can breathe easier.

Is your home right for a ductless system?

Any home—even one with existing ductwork—can have a ductless split system added to it. However, ductless systems are most often installed in these types of situations:

Historic property

If you own a historic home that does not have existing ducts, a ductless split system allows you to add cooling and heating without major renovations that could ruin the historical value of the property.

Home additions

If you’ve added a bedroom to your home or a separate in-law suite on your property, consider having a ductless setup installed. In the case of the latter scenario, this allows you to add cooling and heating to a place where ductwork can’t go.

Other areas

Many homeowners who do regular work in their garage in the winter are opting to have our team install a wall-mounted ductless unit in that space, so that they can work on cars and home projects in comfort.

High-use rooms

As mentioned earlier, many homeowners who have existing ducts choose to have a ductless split installed to supplement their cooling and heating in one or two commonly used rooms.

Call Reimer for a free in-home estimate

Reimer Home Services is your trusted HVAC installation team here in Buffalo and Western New York. In fact, we’ve served local homeowners since 1921, helping them with their home comfort needs. That tradition of service continues to today. Our technicians can meet with you and provide you with a free in-home estimate on new ductless split systems.

To schedule your estimate, give our team a call today!

Why you should work with an HVAC company that values its employees

For many HVAC employees, working for a company that treats its personnel well is just as important as working for a company that pays well. Reimer is proud to be one of the top HVAC, plumbing, and home services companies in Buffalo and Western New York.

In this blog, we’ll review just some of the reasons our team loves working at Reimer—and why you should never settle for less than an HVAC company that values its employees.

Pictured: Reimer is a great HVAC company with fantastic employees!Why work with Reimer Home Services?

#1. Greater sense of fulfillment in your work

Employees who are treated well generally have a greater sense of fulfillment in their work. If you want to feel like what you do really matters, choose to work for an that appreciates your efforts and rewards you well.

#2. Improved opportunities for advancement

Employee-centric companies love to offer opportunities for advancement. They emphasize upward movement and reward top performers by giving them the ability to move up the ladder and experience even greater levels of success.

#3. Attractive workplace culture

Who wants to work in an environment marred by poor morale and bad attitudes? Unsurprisingly, the answer is no one. A company that values its employees works hard to create an attractive workplace culture that inspires employees to willingly perform at their best.

As a natural result of such an environment, morale generally remains high and good teamwork becomes more achievable.

#4. Work with top talent

It’s no secret that top industry talent tends to flock to companies that value their employees. If you want to work with other professionals who are just as committed to quality as you are, apply to work at a company that treats their HVAC technicians and plumbers well.

Work with an HVAC company that cares about its employees

At Reimer Home Services, we take pride in treating our employees like the indispensable assets they are. Happy employees generally outperform unhappy employees and find more fulfillment in their work.

So, whether you’re a customer looking for a great HVAC company, or you’re a HVAC / plumbing professional looking to take the next step in your career, call Reimer. We’ve been serving Buffalo and Western New York since 1921.

What you need to know about hybrid HVAC systems

Whether you are buying a new house or updating the one you currently own, you need to decide what kind of heating and cooling system you should have. You may be familiar with standard furnaces and air conditioners, but do you know about hybrid HVAC systems?

These systems are gaining in popularity because of their energy-efficiency and cost savings over time. In this blog, we’ll explore what these systems are and how they work.

For a free in-home estimate on a new hybrid system, contact our team!

Get to know dual-fuel

Hybrid systems, like those Reimer offers, are different than standard units because they rely on two power sources to run. They combine the best aspects of both electric power and gas power, which can include propane, fuel oil, or natural gas.

With the use of smart technology, the hybrid HVAC can switch back-and-forth between the fuel sources to use the most efficient and affordable option for the temperature and season.

Most of the time, the electric heat pump is in charge and functions much like a typical heat pump would by drawing warmer air inside during the cooler months or reversing and pumping warmer air outside during the summer.

When the temperatures dip lower, typically around 40 degrees F, the hybrid HVAC control system will switch over to the gas fuel system for better efficiency. Some systems allow homeowners to manually switch the fuel source, while others may work automatically.

Fall in love with the savings!

Hybrid HVAC systems may cost more initially, but they can save homeowners on their heating and cooling bills all year long—for years to come. It’s a win-win because you can be more comfortable in any season and save around 30-50 percent on your energy expenses.

Not only are you saving money, you are also doing your part to help save the planet. Just like a hybrid vehicle, a hybrid HVAC can reduce your carbon footprint. Many homeowners want to find greener features for their homes, and these hybrid systems fit the bill.

Call Reimer to learn more about hybrid HVAC systems

If you want to learn more about the advantages of hybrid HVAC systems, contact the pros at Reimer Home Services.

Here’s why indoor air quality matters here in Buffalo homes

It’s school and college graduation season, as well as the start of summer. While you’re planning a summer vacation to get out of the house for some fresh air, you really should take some time to think about how to bring more of that freshness back into your home. Here’s why indoor air quality matters.

In this blog, we’ll make the case for scheduling an indoor air quality test from our team here at Reimer. By improving your indoor air quality, you can live more comfortably, lower the impact of allergies, and spend the summer healthier.

To schedule your IAQ test, contact us today, or call us at (716) 694-8524.

Here's why your indoor air quality matters.

You probably already know what outdoor air does to your allergies. However, if you have poor indoor air quality, you’ll probably be feeling the effects indoors, too.

Poor air quality can aggravate your allergies

Springtime here in Buffalo is bad enough for your allergies without poor indoor air quality playing a role. However, trapped pollen, dust, and other contaminants in your home’s air can easily bring the misery of your allergies inside.

This is just one of the reasons that the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America notes that indoor air quality is just as important as outdoor air quality. Dust mites, mold spores, pet hair, and more can trigger an allergic reaction for homeowners.

If you’ve been sneezing, coughing, or experiencing headaches in your home, it might be a good time to call Reimer and schedule an indoor air quality test.

It can make you and your family sick

Beyond just allergies, poor indoor air can actually make you sick. Here’s why: trapped indoor air is a safe haven for airborne viruses and bacteria. Have you ever had an illness that impacted every family member, turn-by-turn? That’s probably because of their close proximity to one another in a closed space, with stale air filled with viruses and bacteria.

The team here at Reimer can install advanced air purification equipment in your home to help clean and purify your air. For example, we have UV purification equipment that kills airborne bacteria and viruses.

In fact, a UV device is on CNN’s list of some of the best ways to eliminate the flu virus in your home.

Bad air often smells bad

This might seem secondary to the other concerns, but it does matter. Poor indoor air quality and circulation issues mean that all sorts of bad odors are trapped in your home, just stewing.

From pet and body odors to dust and dirt and to, well, everything you’ve cooked in the last month, your house can start to smell pretty bad.

When you schedule your indoor air quality test this spring, be sure to ask your Reimer tech to assess the source of various odors in the air.

Adjust your humidity to be more comfortable

Indoor air quality isn’t just about what’s in your air. If your home’s air has been too dry or too humid, it’s time to have Reimer help adjust your humidity to a comfortable level.

In the summers, humidity tends to spike. This makes your home feel warmer, meaning that you have to use more air conditioning to keep cool. In the winter, the opposite effect happens, and you need to add humidity to make your home comfortable again.

Reimer has a wide variety of home humidification and dehumidification solutions. If your home has been uncomfortable so far this summer, give us a call to schedule an indoor air quality test.

Call Reimer for your IAQ test!

Reimer Home Services is your expert indoor air quality team here in Buffalo and Western New York. Schedule your IAQ test today by contacting us online or calling (716) 694-8524.

Use your tax refund to upgrade to a new air conditioner

It’s tax season, which also means that it’s tax refund season. According to the IRS, 83% of tax returns receive a refund, which means many Americans have cash on hand. Not everyone spends their refund wisely, and most Americans do spend it on something.

As we’ll discuss in a bit, one of the best uses of your refund is in making upgrades to your home—especially since increasing the value of your home helps you get more when it’s time to sell.

In this blog, we’ll talk about why investing in a new air conditioner to replace an older system might make sense for some homeowners.

#1. Investing this money in your home just makes sense

Most investors and financial planners are against using a tax refund for personal purchases, vacations, or—and this should come as no surprise—gambling money. Generally, these are good ways to get the least out of your refund, or to lose it completely.

Instead, most financial planners advocate for investing, saving, or using your tax refund on upgrades to your home that will permanently add value.

And while you can use your refund to put in some new kitchen countertops, replacing your decades-old air conditioner with a new system will also pique potential buyer interest, either now or years from now. Let’s discuss why.

#2. A new air conditioner has value

A new air conditioner, professionally installed by the experts at Reimer, adds value to your home. Many homeowners are wary of moving into a home with aging HVAC systems that they know they’ll have to replace.

In a hot market, any homes with newer HVAC systems are going to have an advantage, and those sellers are going to be able to maximize their value and return on investment.

There are few places in your home where your tax refund will have exactly the same impact. That’s particularly true if you’re not planning on selling your home right away.

#3. Live comfortably before you sell

Even if you’re not planning on selling your home in this year, or even in the next few years, a new air conditioner is something you can enjoy in the meantime. You can benefit from the increased comfort, better reliability, and superior energy-efficiency of your new air conditioner for years before selling your home.

With Reimer, finding the right air conditioner for your home is an easy process. When you call us, we’ll schedule a free in-home estimate with you. We’ll take measurements and match the right system to your home. Your peace of mind (and, really, the peace of mind of future buyers) is that the system is installed right by true professionals.

Learn more about our air conditioning installation, or contact us today to schedule your free in-home estimate.

It’s time to schedule your spring AC maintenance with Reimer

It’s still cold outside, and the temperatures at night are still dipping down into the 20s. Yet, despite all that, homeowners need to start thinking about spring. More specifically, they need to start thinking about spring and summer ahead, and having Reimer inspect their system for a spring AC tune-up.

March or April is the best time to have a professional from Reimer inspect your system. To schedule your tune-up, contact us, or give us a call at (716) 694-8524.

Why schedule an AC tune-up?

We’ve previously discussed the reasons to schedule an AC tune-up. From lower energy bills to a reduced risk of a breakdown, spring AC maintenance just makes sense.

Here’s another benefit that we didn’t discuss in that blog post. Did you know that AC maintenance keeps your manufacturer’s warranty intact? Many warranties have a clause stipulating that the warranty only renews is the homeowner has a professional look at their system annually.

Since air conditioner manufacturer’s warranties are designed to protect you and your system, it’s a good idea to schedule a tune-up. You’ll be getting your system ready for the season ahead and giving yourself the peace of mind that, if something did happen, it may be covered by the warranty.

Why schedule in the spring?

By scheduling your AC tune-up before the start of summer, you’ll maximize your energy-efficiency and more throughout the entire summer. This means you’re getting the best-possible deal out of your tune-up.

Why schedule with Reimer?

Reimer has been serving Buffalo and Western New York since 1921. We’re a locally trusted HVAC, plumbing, and home services company. We back our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. You can expect great service from the city’s “Wizard of Comfort.”

That’s true for air conditioning maintenance. Our techs conduct a thorough system inspection and tune-up, checking for performance issues and cleaning the air conditioner.

From tightening loose electrical connections to checking your system’s refrigerant charge, we handle all the details to get your air conditioner ready for the summer ahead.

Call Reimer to schedule your spring AC maintenance

Don’t forget to schedule your spring AC maintenance with Reimer this March or April! To get started, contact us online, or give us a call at (716) 694-8524.

Here are 5 things to consider when buying a new HVAC system

Buying a new cooling or heating system is a big investment. In this blog post, we’ll review some of the things you should consider when buying a new HVAC system.

Look at the SEER rating (and other ratings)

Pictured: Air conditioners outside of a local home. When you're buying a new HVAC system, call Reimer!

If you’ve had your air conditioner or furnace for 10-20 years, HVAC technology has probably changed a lot since the last time you went shopping for one.

To get a good deal, it is important to go for the latest technology offered in the market in regards to energy-efficiency.

Getting an HVAC system with better ratings means you are saving significant amount of money every month while simultaneously protecting the environment.

SEER, HSPF, AFUE and EER are different rating methods designed to tell you, as the consumer, what you can expect from the HVAC system in terms of energy-efficiency. Generally speaking, the higher the rating, the more efficient the air conditioner or furnace.

Pair your new system with a programmable thermostat

Thermostats have also come a long way in the last decade or so. There are now programmable thermostats available, which allow you to set the times and temperatures your air conditioner or furnace will run at. This kind of automated system can save you money on your monthly energy bills.

Many programmable thermostats can be controlled through your smartphone or smart home device. They’re a good investment to pair with a new air conditioner or furnace. By using your systems more efficiently, a programmable thermostat can help your HVAC units live longer, more productive lives.

Get the appropriate size of HVAC system

Another crucial thing to consider while you are buying a new HVAC system: make sure that the size of the unit fits your home space or size. The best way to find out what size of furnace or air conditioner you need? Call in the HVAC professionals at Reimer for a free installation estimate, and we’ll advise you on what size of HVAC unit to purchase.

Why does this matter? Well, an oversized or undersized HVAC system presents a number of problems that can end up costing you money. Here’s how:

  • Having too much heating and cooling capacity will make your HVAC system less efficient, because it will be consuming more energy to provide conditioned air for less space. It will also constantly start and stop, causing further wear-and-tear than normal.
  • Have too little heating and cooling capacity means you will be sacrificing your comfort because there will be inadequate cooling or heating according to the size of your home. Your system will also accrue more wear-and-tear as it runs constantly to try to keep up with demand.

Get honest advice on what HVAC unit is best

A lot of heating and cooling companies specialize or partner with just one brand. Even if that brand’s systems aren’t right for your home, they’ll have no choice but to push you in that direction, since that’s what they sell and install.

In contrast, a company like Reimer carries and installs multiple makes and models of air conditioners and furnaces, which means we can give you a more honest evaluation of the type that’s right for your home.

Cost matters… but not exactly in the way you think

Don’t make the mistake of just picking an air conditioner or furnace based on the sticker price alone. That’s a bad way to think about things, because the true cost of a HVAC system can often only be evaluated when it finally stops working.

Here’s what that means: let’s say that you purchase a less expensive air conditioner that saves you $3,000 compared to a better, more expensive model. You might think you got a great deal! But, if that worse air conditioner needs constant repairs, uses more energy, and dies at an earlier date than the other unit, you might not come out ahead at the end.

That’s why energy efficiency is so important: if you choose to buy a less expensive and less efficient air conditioner or furnace, you’re going to pay for it, every single month, for the lifetime of that unit. Just something to think about when you’re buying a new HVAC system.

For more tips on buying a new HVAC system, call Reimer

After getting the right HVAC system for your house, it is important to get it installed professionally for optimal results. At Reimer, our technicians are experienced professionals serving the greater Buffalo, New York area. We offer free in-home estimates on new systems, so don’t hesitate to give us a call with your questions or to get started.

You can reach our team at (716) 694-8524, or contact us online.