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20+ years of experience

DAY Air Conditioning & Heating has been serving the Minden area for more than two decades. We take pride in providing exceptional service and reliable solutions to our customer's HVAC needs. Our experienced technicians specialize in the installation, maintenance, and repair of residential and commercial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, as well as humidification, dehumidification, purification, and filtration products. 

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We build for your comfort

Any Questions? Call  (318) 349-9723

Frequently asked questions

  • How do I choose an HVAC contractor?
    When it comes to choosing an HVAC contractor, you should take your time and research the available options. Make sure to look for reviews online and get opinions from family, friends and neighbors who have recently used one. Ask potential contractors questions about their experience in the industry, what type of equipment they use, how long they have been certified, and whether or not they can provide references from past customers.
  • How do I know if an HVAC contractor is licensed and insured?
    When selecting an HVAC contractor, it is important to ensure that the contractor you choose is both licensed and insured. One way to verify this is by asking the contractor to provide proof of their license and insurance coverage. The contractor should be able to produce a valid license issued by either the state or local government where they are doing business. This license will prove that they have met all of the required qualifications and have been approved to carry out HVAC work in your area. Additionally, ask for proof of insurance coverage, such as a certificate of insurance, which indicates that they are covered for any potential damages resulting from their work.
  • What are the different types of HVAC systems?
    The various types of HVAC systems available today can roughly be divided into two categories - comfort and process-oriented. Comfort systems are designed to provide a comfortable climate either in residential or commercial settings. These typically range from fan coil units, which heat and cool the air, to packaged rooftop units that split the system into multiple components such as condensing units, evaporator coils, cooling towers, and air handlers.
  • What are some common HVAC problems?
    Some of the most common HVAC problems include failing to cool or heat a home, dirty air filters, refrigerant leaks, and system malfunctions. One of the most common issues is when an HVAC system fails to adequately regulate the temperature inside a home. This can happen in both heating and cooling systems. Poor insulation, single-paned windows, and other factors can contribute to this problem as well.
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