Since 2012, Paramount Heating & Air Conditioning. LLC is your best choice for repair, installation, and service in homes and buildings just like yours in the Columbus, Ohio . We take special pride in the craftsmen we train and employ--a fact you'll see in their reviews below. Its also noticeable immediately in the attitude and integrity our technicians bring to your job site. Our entire company works hard to make your experience with us hassle-free and enjoyable. You can also be assured that Paramount Heating & Air stands behind the work we do as well as comply with all local codes. This is why, as you can see by the map and reviews below, we are rated so highly for Furnace and Air Conditioning Repair in Lewis Center, OH . Call us today at (614) 349-3332!
Tony A. and the office folks did an excellent job of communicating. (even after work hours) On the day of install, Nate and Hector worked like a well oiled machine. They were very courteous and maintained a very clean work area. The entire process was an enjoyable experience.
Good job, thanks.
Completing a tune up on a carrier furnace for a customer in the Lewis Center area
Installing a trane xv95 furnace, trane xl18i air conditioner, trane indoor coil, and trane 824 thermostat
Completing a furnace tune up for a club member in the Lewis Center area
On a heating repair call in the Lewis Center area on a 2004 Carrier furnace
Installing a new indoor coil and new fan blade on a/c unit
Completing an AC tune up for a club member in the Lewis Center area on a 2003 Trane system
Adding refrigerant and leak sealant to a 2012 rheem AC system
Completing a tune up on a 2001 Bryant furnace
Completing a fall tune up on a 1996 Bryant furnace in the Lewis center area
Platinum inspection on air conditioner
Follow up safety inspection on a platinum service fora 2ton carrier air conditioner
Condensate drain repair on a carrier air conditioner
Refrigerant charge calibration completed on a weather king air conditioner that was exhibiting signs of wear.
Indoor fan motor blew a bearing Air conditioning unit stopped working, called in to diagnose problem. Realized an indoor fan motor blew a bearing. Function regained after repair.
Bryant furnace not functioning properly. After looking into the issue it was determined that the appropriate action would be a blower motor replacement.
Checking out an Intertherm mobile home furnace from the late 1970s.
Inducer motor replacement on a Bryant furnace
Furnace repair on a Bryant
Circuit board replacement on a Trane