Who do you call in La Vista when you need help with your furnace or air conditioner? There’s only one company with the reputation for service you want – Getzschman Heating. At Getzschman, service is the cornerstone of our G-Force Rapid Air Repair. We have the most highly trained and longest tenured staff in the La Vista area. We are locally owned and operated and because we area a family owned business, we take great pride in our work. Our reputation for great service is personal. It is our name on the line, so you can be sure you’re getting the best technicians and the best customer service around.
Below is our LaVista, NE Services:
- Air Conditioner Installation & Replacement
- Air Conditioner Repair
- Duct Cleaning
- Furnace Repairs
- Furnace Installation & Replacement
- Heat Pump Install
- Heat Pump Repair
- Humidifier Repairs & Installation
- Indoor Air Quality Service
- Geothermal System Installation
- Geothermal System Repair
Furnace, Air Conditioner & Heat Pump Installation
When you choose Getzschman Heating to install your new furnace, air conditioner or heat pump in your La Vista home, you not only get a great unit, but you also get to enjoy a special customer status. You become a preferred member of our G-Force Membership V.I.P. list. That means you get additional benefits all year long every year from here on out. And don’t forget, Getzschman also has financing options available to help you enjoy that new furnace, air conditioner, or heat pump with easy payments. If you need a new heating or cooling unit, give us a call and we’ll give you a free estimate. Plus, all new replacements are eligible for the Getzschman Gold Warranty, which includes a full 10-Year Unlimited, all Parts, Labor and Equipment Repair Service, 24 Hours a Day, 365 Days a year.
Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems
Besides traditional heating and cooling systems, our experts can also install a geothermal system in your La Vista home. Geothermal systems can save you lots of money on energy bills because they use the thermal energy in the earth instead of fuel. There are basically four types of geothermal systems. Closed-loop systems circulate a liquid solution through a “loop system” of small-diameter underground pipes where it picks up the temperature of the earth. Closed-loop systems can be installed horizontally, vertically or in a pond. If you don’t have a lot of land, a vertical system is usually best as it goes deeper rather than wider. Open-loop systems use a nearby pond or existing water source. Whether the system is open or closed, heat is transferred to or from the building, regardless of outdoor temperature, to provide year-round comfort in your La Vista home.