Hornbeak HVAC Contractor
Parham Heating, Cooling, Plumbing & Electric, LLC was founded in 1990 by Randy and Reba Parham. In 1993, Randy acquired a Trane dealership and continues to install Trane central units today. Chris has worked with Randy since he was nine years old. Randy and Chris graduated from Newbern Technology School. They both continuously attend training seminars offered by Trane to keep up to date with the latest information on Trane equipment. Reba handles customer services and office management. Parham's goal is to provide you with quality installation and service that will meet and exceed your expectations of the central unit you want installed in your home or business.
Parham Heating, Cooling, Plumbing & Electric, LLC - Hornbeak Air Conditioning
We pride ourselves on providing our clients with high quality Hornbeak HVAC systems at affordable prices. Our experience and relationships with our HVAC manufacturers allow us to undercut the competition's prices on both parts and labor. We offer full warranties on all of our Hornbeak materials and only employ certified, experienced and service-oriented Hornbeak technicians that will give you exceptional, professional service.
Hornbeak Gas Furnaces
Do you need your Hornbeak gas furnace repaired? Do you want your furnace inspected before the seasons change? Are you building a new home or business and need a qualified Hornbeak heating contractor to install a furnace? Or do you need to consider replacing an aging and inefficient furnace? Parham Heating, Cooling, Plumbing & Electric, LLC offers these professional services and more with a high commitment to customer satisfaction. We also offer furnace installation, furnace repair, furnaces, new furnace and natural gas furnaces.
Hornbeak Electric Heating
If you want to improve your home then you would like to maximize the comfort of it by installing an electric heater. What is an electric heater? What does electric heating mean? It is commonly defined as the conversion of electrical energy into heat to balance out the temperature of your home thus making it more comfortable. The heating system will be discussed in this article.
How does electrical heating work? Basically, as the name goes electric heating uses up electricity rather than gas to produce heat. And to be able to make this possible storage heaters are being used since these are the most cost-effective central heating form. This is due to the fact that electricity is more available than gas which can be seen almost everywhere. Did you know that the rate of electricity is cheaper at night time as compared to day time? This is the reason why heat-retaining bricks are being fed up with electricity at night and then distribute it at a slower rate during the following day since those bricks are designed to keep the energy warm.
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