Aire Serv

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Breathe Easy. We Are Here for All Your Heating & Cooling Needs!

There are many reasons to confidently choose Aire Serv as your provider of heater and air conditioning services—both commercial and residential. With more than 200 locations throughout the United States and Canada, Aire Serv is a trusted name in the field of heating and air conditioning installation, maintenance, and repair. We are proud of our reputation for putting clients first and getting the job done right the first time, every time.

We Offer 24 / 7 Emergency Service

When your AC goes out in a heat wave or your furnace breaks down in an ice storm, you need emergency service fast! Rest assured and know that Aire Serv is there for you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with live dispatchers, prompt service, and no charge for overtime, weekends, and holidays. It’s good to know Aire Serv is always just a phone call away!

If your AC or furnace is aging or suffering frequent breakdowns, the professionals at Aire Serv can help you determine if repair or replacement is your best option. We can help you look at the financial aspect, including potential energy savings. We also help you understand the function and dependability you can expect from each option.

Call Aire Serv at (573) 433-3613 to Get in Touch With Your Closest Location

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Air Serv of Mid Missouri
505 Historic 66 W
Waynesville, MO 65583
573-433-3613
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How a Ceiling Fans Lowers Your Utility Bill

Not looking forward to a high utility bill this summer? Many rooms in your home already have a secret weapon at your disposal--ceiling fans! When used in tandem with your HVAC system, your ceiling fans can make a big difference in how much energy you use to cool your home.

First, make sure the fan’s blades are turned counter-clockwise. There should be a “reverse switch” on your fan that you can click to make sure the blades are turned appropriately. Turning the blades counter-clockwise blows the cool air from your HVAC unit down onto you. This keeps your air conditioning from kicking on too often and saves you money in the long run!