Let’s face it: in Florida, air conditioning is a need, not a want. No matter what your residential air conditioning needs, CNR’s skilled team will be there for you with prompt, friendly service.
At CNR, you're part of our work family. Offering superior workmanship simply isn't enough. You deserve friendly, professional support to go along with it. We strive to build long-term relationships with personalized attention. We understand that it's the little things that make a big difference . . . like knowing which of our techs is your favorite and doing our best to schedule you with them, that your dog's name is Max and that he's friendly (or maybe not so friendly), or that you prefer early morning appointments. We make every effort to provide the services of a larger company, while providing you with the attention of a mom and pop type operation. Call us today and see for yourself!
Let's face it: in Florida, air conditioning is a need, not a want. Scheduling maintenance tune-ups before and after each cooling season is a smart and affordable step towards protecting your investment, as well as ensuring that your system continues to operate as efficiently as possible.
Whether your system is just not operating up to par or it's completely down, our skilled technicians are ready and able to track down the problem and make the repair (or offer alternate solutions). Our technicians are not on commission, so you can rest assured that they'll provide honest, professional advice that's aimed towards your best interest.
Air conditioning systems are the single most costly appliance in your home. When it comes time to replace it, you'll be faced with a lot of decisions. Between choosing a reliable and reputable contractor to the type of equipment and the different options available, it's no wonder you might feel a bit stressed out. CNR is dedicated to providing you with a new system tailored to your needs and we back it up with superior customer service. Our knowledgeable staff will be happy to offer you their undivided attention and easy to understand explanations necessary for you to make a decision you'll be happy with for years to come. Call us today for your free estimate.
When most people think about air conditioning, their thoughts go straight to the equipment. However, no matter how efficient or sophisticated the equipment is, it simply can't do the job on its own. Properly sized and supported ductwork ensures that each room and area of your home receives the proper amount of airflow. Properly sized refrigerant lines and start-up procedures ensure your system will operate properly and efficiently. If these components are not properly incorporated into your installation, your system simply won't be able to live up to its capabilities. Whether new construction or a retrofit, CNR excels at bringing these components together for a proper, efficient installation that will keep you in comfort for years to come.
A system that cools well and operates reliably is important. But in our tropical climate, it's important to consider the quality of the air your family is breathing. Is someone in your home experiencing breathing or allergy like symptoms? Perhaps you find yourself frequently adjusting the thermostat to compensate for increased humidity? Indoor air quality (IAQ) solutions range from the type of system that you have to a wide variety of aftermarket products (UV lights, improved filtration, & air purification systems) that each improve IAQ in different ways. The science of indoor air quality has grown in leaps and bounds, and it takes a dedicated effort to stay up on the technology. Which products do you choose? At CNR, we've done the research for you. We investigate the technical questions and field trial products in our own homes before we'll even consider offering them to you. The great thing about most of these products is that many are not as expensive as you might think, most can be added at any time, and most even be reinstalled should you replace your system down the road. We're confident that the products we offer will truly improve the air quality in your home.
CNR has extensive experience in the residential new construction market. Be it a single system home or a large, multi-system custom home, we have the know-how to get the job done right. We've been providing low-loss duct systems (Energy Star compliant) since long before they were code. We work with a variety of premier builders, as well as local engineers and architects, to keep current with the ever-evolving changes to building methods and codes to ensure your home's HVAC components will last and serve you well for years to come. We have a solid reputation of providing quality workmanship and superior customer service— and will be there to serve you long after the job is complete.
A single air conditioning system offers one thermostat and therefore, one set-point, for your entire home. Chances are, one temperature setting doesn't suit every person, or area, for your home. You might like your bedroom to be a bit cooler at night than you would your child's room. With a properly designed and installed zone system, you can have individual temperature control for a variety of areas in your home, all with that same air conditioning system. The technology of zoning has come a long way in recent years for improved performance and reliability. The keys to successful zoning are all about proper design and the right products to work with your air conditioning system. Whether it's a new zone system or a retrofit, CNR has the know-how to get the job done right.
Wine rooms are fairly common in our area; however, they're a bit of a specialized field. It's not enough to be knowledgeable about the equipment. A successful installation relies on a proper "envelope" of the wine room. Wine rooms call for a low temperature (55° – 65°) at a higher relative humidity (60% – 70%), the exact opposite conditions of what are required for a comfortable, healthy home. Therefore, construction of the wine room is crucial to ensure proper conditions for your valuable collection, as well as to avoid costly damage and potential health issues that can arise as a result from an improper design. At CNR, we've worked with many builders and wine room designers who specialize in wine room construction. We're adept at maintaining wine systems, identifying potential issues, and in the unfortunate event that an issue with the construction of your room exists, we can connect you with the right people to remedy the situation.