Singer Heating and Cooling

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Singer Heating and Cooling

Impressive Skills – Our results speak for themselves. Talk to anyone, in the Maryville/Lenoir City area, that has used Singer Heating and Cooling for HVAC services. You’ll find an unblemished record of superior quality. We are proud of our reputation and encourage you to Google our name and see what comes up.

A Friendly Team – When Singer Heating and Cooling responds to your call for service, you can rest assured that you’ll be met as a valued customer, treated with courtesy, and with full respect for your equipment and property. We never forget that it is our privilege to do business with you and never the other way around!

Professional Knowledge and tools – At Singer Heating and Cooling , we believe in having the right tools to do both simple and complicated HVAC work. As such, we are trained extensively and have vast experience that informs every decision on the job.

Fair Prices – Price is what you pay. Value is what you get. When Marty Singer started this business his goal was to provide the best service in the area. We have invested in test equipment that even most of our largest competitors do not have. Our prices are very competitive, but we do not claim to be, nor is it our goal to be, the cheapest guy in town.

Veteran Owned – The owner, Marty Singer, is a Marine.

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Singer Heating and Cooling has an overall ZapScore of 48. This means that Singer Heating and Cooling has a higher ZapScore than 48% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Greenback, Tennessee is 32 and in the Furnace Repair category is 66. Learn more about ZapScore.


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This service disconnect was heat damaged as a result of a loose connection. This is the sort of thing that could have been prevented with annual maintenance.

A Goodman packaged heat pump that we recently installed.


Singer Heating and Cooling shared Refrigeration Service Engineers Society's photo.
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Did you know? Properly evacuating and dehydrating a refrigerant system using a vacuum pump is one of those fundamental procedures which, if improperly done, costs both the customer and the contractor money and time. To find out more, visit http://www.rses.org/assets/rses_journal/0717_Deep_Vac_Pt1_010_013.pdf

Sorry little buddy. By the way, the sloppy wiring is not our work.