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Endless
Refreshment

Relax and enjoy your ideal, refreshing home environment with air conditioning by Infinity Heating & Air.

Keep Cool, And Let Us
Sweat The Details

You and your family will ride out the summer’s heat waves and stay cool in your home with Infinity Heating & Air’s Air Conditioning services. We install, repair and maintain air conditioning systems that are the perfect fit for your home environment.

From heat pumps and central air, to ductless/mini-split systems, as well as building custom ductwork on site, our air conditioning solutions are perfectly tailored to you and your needs.

Find your perfect home air
conditioning solution

  • Heatpump

    An energy-efficient heating system that uses advanced technology to move heat from a cool space to a warm space, making the cool space cooler and the warm space warmer.

  • Central Air Conditioning

    Cool every your entire space quickly and efficiently with a central air conditioning system.

  • Ductless/Mini Split

    Ductless/mini split systems maximize efficiency and enable you to customize the temperature control for each area of your commercial space.

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We’re Always Here For You

When repair and maintenance issues arise, you can count on Infinity for a quick response and repairs that last.

Relief For Your Bank Account

With Infinity Heating & Air’s financing options, you’ll be able to save more of your cold hard cash.

Infinite Peace of Mind

Maintenance Plan

Never worry about your home’s air conditioning system again with Infinity Heating & Air’s “set-it-and-forget-it” maintenance plan. Your perfect home environment is for enjoying, not stressing about the upkeep.

Contact Infinity today to see how an Endless Comfort Plan could be the right solution for your home.
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Infinity Is Here To Do More

We’re more than just another HVAC contractor that sells and services air conditioning units. Infinity Heating & Air is a local, family-owned business that has been providing custom home environment solutions for over 20 years.

Our knowledge of Northwest Washington’s microclimates, our attention to detail, and our unmatched customer service are why homeowners around the Sound call on us for all of their home air conditioning needs.

ABOUT INFINITY

Cooling Your Home Has Never Been Easier

Experience the Infinity Heating & Air difference! Our expert technicians are ready to serve you and your home.

  • Contact us via phone or online form. Our specialist will then discuss your needs and schedule a site visit.

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  • An expert visits your home to assess the project and provides a detailed quote.

  • Following quote approval, we arrange the necessary equipment and schedule the installation. Our team will then efficiently install your new air conditioning system, ensuring optimal layout.

Post-Installation Support

After installation, we guide you through understanding and maintaining your new system, including troubleshooting tips for homeowners.

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Home Air
Conditioning FAQ’s

  • Do bigger air conditioning units perform better?

    Not necessarily. If you buy an AC unit that’s too big, it will cool the air quickly, but it will shut off before it blows enough air across the indoor coil to drain water from your system. This will leave too much moisture in the air, which can lead to mold and mildew in your home.

    Also, your system starting and stopping more often may cause it to use more energy and wear down faster. Longer run cycles are more efficient. The experts at Infinity Heating & Air will help you choose the right size A/C unit for your home.

  • How often should I have my air conditioning unit serviced?

    We recommend having your air conditioner serviced once a year to save on energy and repair costs, keep your system running smoothly and efficiently, and make it last longer. The longer you put off AC maintenance, the worse your unit will perform, and the more likely it is to break down. Trying to save money by delaying maintenance may backfire by forcing you to pay more on energy bills, and potentially on repairs, if something in your system breaks down due to lack of maintenance.

  • How can I cool my home more efficiently?

    Some ways to improve the cooling efficiency in your home include: 

    • Replace your existing air conditioner with a newer, more efficient one. This will lower your energy bills and cool your home much more effectively. Schedule a consultation with Infinity Heating & Air, and we can help you find a unit that fits your home.
    • If you aren’t ready to upgrade your air conditioner, you can improve efficiency by simply setting your thermostat to a higher temperature. During the summer, set your thermostat to 75 degrees or higher. Every degree counts: just 1 degree below 75 degrees will cause your energy bill to go up 3 to 5%.
    • Keeping vents unobstructed is another small way to increase your home’s cooling efficiency. Move any furniture or curtains to evenly distribute air throughout your home. If there are rooms in your home that you rarely use, consider closing their vents to avoid wasting energy.
    • Consider installing ceiling fans. The U.S. Department of Energy says that a single ceiling fan “will allow you to raise the thermostat setting about 4 degrees with no reduction in comfort.” As mentioned above, every degree will save you money on your energy bill.
    • And of course, make sure to get annual maintenance from one of Infinity Heating & Air’s licensed technicians to keep your system running as efficiently as possible and to fix any potential issue.
  • What do air conditioner ratings mean?

    If you’re considering installing a new air conditioning unit, you’re probably wondering what many of the rating acronyms in the sales literature mean. Here’s a quick explanation of the most common ratings:

    • EER (Energy Efficiency Ratio) is a measurement of the cooling output of an air conditioner divided by its energy usage. It is calculated under specific test conditions that represent peak load. A higher EER number means a more energy efficient system.
    • SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) measures the efficiency of cooling equipment. It is calculated based on a seasonal average. A higher  SEER rating means the unit is more energy efficient.
    • HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor) measures the efficiency of the system’s heat pump. Again, a higher number means a more efficient unit.

We’re Sure You’ll Love Our Work

Endless comfort begins long before you turn up the thermostat. The entire process of creating your home environment, from your first phone or online inquiry to the quality of the final installation, should feel comfortable and hassle-free.

At Infinity Heating & Air, we stand behind our workmanship and customer service with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

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