Kuhn Air Conditioning
LOCAL SPOTLIGHT: Kuhn Air Conditioning
Owner: Ed Kuhn
Is your air conditioner dependable? Are you avoiding the phone call you need to make before the summer heat arrives? Meet Ed Kuhn, owner of Kuhn Air Conditioning and residential HVAC expert. Whether you need a new heating system, a home comfort and air conditioning system, or repair to your existing system, the Kuhn Air Conditioning team is who to call.
Ed has worked in residential HVAC since 1990. In 1999, he started Kuhn Air Conditioning, which has been the recipient of the Super Service Award on Angie’s List every year since 2009. “I only do residential heating and cooling,” Ed says, “so I am very familiar with each of the various residential systems and equipment out there. Whether it is too hot, too cold, simple, or extensive, we will solve your indoor heating and cooling issues, so you can get back to being comfortable at home.”
What sets Kuhn Air Conditioning apart is its unique customer service experience. Customers will find it easy to contact the owner personally when they have questions or concerns. Because Ed is an expert in the industry, he does not have to make consult calls, so the process of problem solving is handled quickly and professionally. The team who assists Ed is both courteous and knowledgeable.
“Make sure your air conditioner works before it gets hot outside,” Ed recommends. “Avoid getting into a bind and check your system beforehand. I love meeting new people and enjoy the challenge of solving a problem, but I also want to give my customers the knowledge of how to maintain their existing system.” For optimum performance from your home system, Ed suggests changing your air filter every 30 days. “Use inexpensive fiberglass filters, as hypoallergenic filters can actually make your system work harder to move the air,” Ed says. “If you take care of your equipment, it will take care of you.”
Check out Ed and the Kuhn Air Conditioning team. Find coupons, upfront pricing, and request service at their website link below. Or, feel free to give Ed a call himself at 615-726-8700.