With new energy-efficient regulations on the rise and regional climate changing our swamp cooler’s ability to keep our homes comfortable, quality heating and air conditioning has never been more relevant for New Mexicans. And because having a local go-to HVAC is crucial, it’s no wonder more and more homeowners are turning to Moore Quality Air. During a recent interview, co-owner Jonathan McDaniel reaffirmed his company’s dedication to providing quality installations and service for their customers.
“Quality is our middle name,” explains McDaniel. “We love hearing back from our customers telling us how comfortable their home is with their new Rheem HVAC equipment.”
When it comes to heating and cooling, Moore Quality Air can handle projects for residential and small commercial businesses. McDaniel says maintenance is the key to longevity in heating and cooling systems. “Most common problems come from a lack of maintenance,” he explains. “Some homeowners have a tendency to ignore their systems, even while the systems are in the background working.”
Together with his business partner, Anthony Hughes, McDaniel continues to make a point to provide the community with comfort and quality installations at a fair price point — dedication which has earned them the mutual respect and admiration of customers like Vanessa Vanhille.
“We couldn’t be more pleased with this company,” Vanhille says. “We have used them twice now. The first time was for a furnace that didn’t turn on in the winter. The second time was to replace a water heater. Both times, Anthony did an exceptional job of diagnosing the problem correctly and explaining, in detail, what the problem was to me. He was professional, courteous, and reasonably priced. Moore has our business.”
Both McDaniel and Hughes take pride in their work, and the company has received positive reviews on Google, Yelp and Home Advisor. “We work very hard to make sure our customers are satisfied with our work,” says McDaniel. “We really appreciate them.”
When asked to share a few practical tips for area homeowners McDaniel suggested customers think of their HVAC system the same way they think of their car. “It’s going to need oil and you need to keep it maintained in order for it to run at optimal condition. Well, the same idea applies to your heating and cooling system.”
He also recommended getting HVAC equipment inspected at least once a year and the air filter changed out between 30-90 days. McDaniel went on to stress the importance of thoroughly researching local HVAC companies whenever work is needed. Ask questions. Are they licensed and insured? Do they have a sound reputation in the community? “Locally-owned companies have more at stake to do the best job possible the first time,” says McDaniel. “Our success at Moore Quality Air has been a team effort. We’ve had the luxury of hiring some of the best HVAC techs and plumbers in the area,” he says. “They have an outstanding mechanical skill set and amazing customer service reputations. We’ve been fortunate to build a strong team of professionals, and our customers ask for them by name.”
Moore Quality Air can install, repair and service all makes and models of heating and cooling units. They can also install or repair faucets, water heaters and garbage disposals. In addition, Moore Quality Air can also help with gas furnaces and heat pumps. A large part of their business revolves around converting evaporative cooling systems to refrigerated air systems in homes. “Having refrigerated air makes it so much more comfortable indoors,” says McDaniel. “I love knowing that no matter if it’s freezing cold or really hot outside, our customers are in their homes comfortable and happy because of the work we did.”
Moore Quality Air now offers a wide array of electrical services that include electrical wiring or panel upgrades, lighting fixtures, outlets, electrical switches and more. From home lighting projects to RV hookups, McDaniel and the team at Moore Quality Air are ready to step up to the challenge.
Those interested can also find some of the best deals of the year from Moore Quality Air on refrigerated air conversions during February and March. “We are competitively-priced with an emphasis on quality,” says McDaniel.
Visit Moore Quality Air online at www.moorequalityair.com or call them at 221-6352 to schedule an in-home service or consultation.
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