Step 1Call our support team and tell us about your HVAC needs.
Step 2If we can help, we will instantly connect you with a local pro.
Step 3Your HVAC problem is solved fast and professionally.
What is HVAC Zone?
HVAC Zone is a FREE service that was created to help homeowners save time and stress when looking for an heating & cooling company. Our service includes a nationwide network of contractors and a 24/7 dispatch center.
Is HVAC Zone free?
HVAC Zone is completely free to use! Our service is paid by the participating partners and service providers in our network, therefore our service is offered at no charge to users. Our support team is passionate about helping homeowners and committed to providing a first-class experience.
Can I trust HVAC Zone?
Finding a reliable heating & cooling service can be time consuming and stressful. HVAC Zone was created to solve this problem. Our mission is simple: To quickly and easily connect you with trusted, local pros.
Over the years, we've helped connect thousands of homeowners with local professionals in the home services industry — And we're confident we can help you too!
How does your service work?
1. Call our 24-hour customer support team. Tell us about your situation and what service you need done.
2. If we can help, we will try to connect you with a local service provider. If you'd like to continue, one of our agents will then help schedule your service.
3. Once your HVAC Zone arrives, they will diagnose the issue, address your concerns and complete the job.
Will I get a free estimate?
This will vary depending on the professional. Each of our partners has a different way of conducting business and providing estimates. We recommend that you clarify the process and policies with them before scheduling your service.
What cities do you offer service?
Our network includes thousands of partners that provide service in most major metropolitan areas in the continental U.S.
We Have Pros in all 50 States
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia