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Daikin

imgresWe don’t often think about our heating and cooling systems until something goes wrong and we’re left in the sweltering heat or the bitter cold. When it comes time for you to buy a new HVAC system, you need to consider two things very carefully:

1) the contractor who will install your system and 2) the manufacturer of the system. Make sure you do your research before buying a new air conditioner, furnace, heat pump, or other HVAC unit and hiring someone to install it for you.

When you choose a Daikin system, you get the best of both worlds—a trustworthy, local, experienced HVAC contractor who will correctly install a quality, energy efficient heating and cooling system for you.

Who’s Daikin?

Daikin is the largest manufacturer of heating and cooling systems and refrigerants in the world. Their employees participate in ongoing training and testing to keep standards and skill levels as high as possible in order to design, build, and provide the best systems in the industry. All of Daikin’s systems are rigorously tested to ensure high quality and outstanding performance.

The Daikin Promise

A perfectly manufactured system won’t do you any good if it’s not properly installed. Daikin systems are available only from Daikin Comfort Professionals—a select group of dealers who promise excellent customer service, business integrity, and technical competency. Members know how to best install and maintain Daikin systems so you can achieve optimum comfort and efficiency in your home.

The Best Warranty in the Industry

Daikin offers one of the most advanced warranties in the entire industry—a 12-year unit replacement and 12-year parts limited warranty. Most manufacturers offer one-, five-, or ten-year warranties.

Daikin Warranty

12-year parts
12-year labor — additional costs
12-year unit replacement

The Competition’s Warranties

Up to 10-year parts
10-year labor—additional cost
Unit replacement—cost varies

Made in America

Daikin systems are made in America. Daikin strongly believes in supporting the local economy and has manufacturing plants in both Texas and Tennessee.