HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
for Manufactured Homes

 

 
Manufactured Home Owners:


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          If multiple air conditioning units are required to cool your home in the summer months - you're spending unnecessary money and wasting energy in the process.
          The design and construction of central heating and cooling systems used in manufactured homes is decidedly different from that found in most stick-built houses.  For that reason, it's important to contact a professional who has a thorough working knowledge of those differences.
          I can solve your problem and save you a load of money.  I'm licensed, bonded and insured with 15 years experience.  I specialize in service work and also give free estimates on unit replacement and ductwork repair.

 



SINGLE-WIDE
/ DOUBLE-WIDE / TRIPLE-WIDE
ALL MODULAR and MOBILE HOMES

Jeff Helms doing
Heating and Air Conditioning the


Monroe, North Carolina
704-201-1790
NC HVAC License # 28630

 

 

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A manufactured home is a home built in a factory meeting the federal Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards, commonly referred to as the HUD Code.  Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors for manufactured homes play a critical role in educating homebuyers about the benefits of energy efficient Heating and Air Conditioning Equipment installed in manufactured homes commonly referred to as single-wide, double-wide and triple-wide mobile homes.