HVAC Done Right
Air Medics is a family owned and operated business. We focused on providing our valued customers with the best quality work possible at an affordable price. At Air Medics we specialize in Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) services. We can help you with all of your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning problems. Air Medics has been helping people in the Joplin area with all of their HVAC problems for many years. Air Medics knows no two jobs are the same and that’s why we focus on bringing our customers the individual attention they deserve with all of their HVAC problems. Air Medics can help you find the right treatment plan for any HVAC problem in a commercial or residential property.
Air Medics offers many HVAC services and can help you with everything from selection of the perfect unit for your commercial or residential property to maintaining and repairing an existing unit. Air Medics can also help you with gas furnace, electric air handlers, dual fuel systems, roof top units, and remodels. Other HVAC services we offer include unit change outs, maintenance checkups, inspections, seasonal cleanings, package unit, split systems, ductwork, custom sheet metal, and heated driveways. For all of your HVAC needs Air Medics is here for you.
At Air Medics we want to make things easy for our customers. Here we break down and explain our main HVAC service. We know HVAC can be scary but we are here to help you with it. Check out our HVAC break down on the right. Contact Us if you have any questions.
The second part of HVAC is ventilation systems. The main purpose of ventilation systems is to exchange air within a building to remove dust, smoke, bacteria, and other unhealthy particles from the air. To do this and also maintain air temperature ventilation systems work with heating and air conditioning systems.
Air Conditioning makes up the last part of HVAC systems. This part of HVAC system uses ductwork and forced-air circulation system to move cooled air through the building. Air conditioning systems cycle air through a series of compression, heat exchange, and evaporation processes. The result is cooled air being circulated through the building.