Air Conditioning Services in Perkasie, PA
Services you can count on for over 150 years. That’s the Moyer Indoor | Outdoor promise and it’s how we’ve been helping our customers in Perkasie with air conditioning and heating systems since the debut of our heating and air division in 1935. Want to schedule seasonal maintenance or are looking for a new energy efficient system? We can help. We have highly trained heating and air conditioning service technicians who have been servicing and installing new systems in your area. There’s practically no heating system operating today that we haven’t installed, serviced or repaired.
We used Moyer for the first time 3 years ago when we moved into our home and we have never stopped. They have since replaced 2 heating and cooling systems and installed a humidifier all with the utmost respect to our home. The office staff is friendly and always willing to go the extra mile to make sure you are taken care of and happy with the outcome of your service. Many thanks Moyer!- Pamela R.
If you’re looking for a new energy efficient and quiet air conditioning system you have a wide range of choices available to you today. Let us evaluate your needs and make suggestions based on insulation and internal heat load, which could help improve your home’s efficiency and lower your utility bills.
We also offer annual check-ups and preventive maintenance plans that will help keep your equipment running longer and more efficiently. We offer Same Day Service and 24/7 Emergency Services.
Our Air Conditioning Services Include:
We’re proud to be a continuously family-owned business. Our reputation for outstanding service, and the experience and expertise of our staff are a benchmark in our industry. Contact us today at 215.799.2019 to see how we can help you.
Perkasie is a borough in Bucks County, PA with a population of approximately 8,515. It’s name comes from the Lenape Unami phrase “Pèhpahkàsink” which translates to “one who goes to the place to crack nuts” or “one who cracks nuts there”. In 1988, about 15% of the town burned down in what was known as The Great Perkasie Fire.