HVAC Services in Westchester & Putnam Counties

Comprehensive Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Services

A properly working heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system is essential to your comfort. At Robison, your comfort and safety are our top priorities. We are committed to helping you maximize your heating and cooling efficiency for enhanced energy efficiency and increased cost savings all year round. 

We provide a comprehensive range of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning services in Westchester and Putnam Counties. Since 1921, we have been the area’s trusted home comfort company, providing top-quality installations and repairs, state-of-the-art equipment, and exceptional customer service—every single time. When you choose Robison, you can rest assured that our team will help you find the right solution for your home. 

For all your HVAC needs, call Robison at (914) 345-5700 or contact us online using our secure request form. Hablamos español.

Our HVAC Services 

For over a century, Robison has been the trusted name for quality heating and cooling services. We have the expertise to install, service, and repair virtually all HVAC systems, including any major make or model installed in the past or currently available today. 

Our full range of HVAC services includes: 

We strive to customize our services to meet the unique comfort needs of our clients. With zoning, we can help you optimize energy efficiency without sacrificing comfort, and our service plans are designed to help you get the most out of your HVAC systems at a cost-effective rate. 

In addition to our HVAC services, we offer comprehensive indoor air quality services, including free health and safety assessments (HSAs). With  routine HVAC maintenance, you can improve the health and safety of your home, cut back on energy use, and save money all year long. 

To learn more, or to schedule an HVAC service in Westchester or Putnam County, reach out to Robison today. We offer free estimates and are available 24/7 to assist you.

Signs it’s Time to Schedule HVAC Repairs

Your HVAC system is responsible for keeping your indoor air cool in the summer, warm in the winter, and safe to breathe all year round. You might never realize how important temperature control and good indoor air quality are until something goes wrong with your HVAC system that deprives you of either. That’s why taking care of your system is so important; by scheduling prompt HVAC repairs when something breaks as well as routine preventative maintenance at least once per year, you can drastically minimize problems and increase the reliability and longevity of your system.

Familiarize yourself with these signs and symptoms that HVAC repairs are needed:

  • Your indoor humidity levels seem off-balance. Does the air inside your home feel uncomfortably clammy in the summer or unbearably dry in the winter? A working HVAC system regulates indoor humidity levels, so if moisture levels seem off even though your system is running, you may need to schedule an HVAC repair service.
  • Your allergies are acting up. Did you know that a dirty HVAC system can actually aggravate your allergies? If you’re sneezing, coughing, or experiencing headaches, one thing you might want to check is your HVAC system. You may have mold or mildew growing in your air ducts, or you may have a dirty air filter that is failing to remove airborne contaminants from your air. 
  • Your AC is blowing warm air, or your heating system is blowing cool air. Again, a dirty, blocked air filter may be the culprit here. Failing to regularly change your air filter can impede the flow of conditioned air through your system, resulting in poor temperature control and more wear and tear on your system.
  • Your HVAC system constantly runs, but your home still never reaches your desired temperature. Whether you’re trying to cool it down or warm it up, your home’s temperature should obviously change when your AC or heater is running. If it doesn’t, have a technician check your air ducts for leaks. A skyrocketing energy bill may be explained by damaged air ducts.

Why Choose Robison for HVAC Repair? 

Finding the right HVAC team is critical to the proper operation and longevity of your home’s most important comfort systems. At Robison, we are committed to providing exceptional results at fair, reasonable rates. For over 100 years, we have been Westchester and Putnam Counties’ trusted source for all things heating and cooling, from top-quality installations to emergency HVAC repairs, routine maintenance, and more. 

Our highly trained customer service representatives are available around the clock to take your call, and our experienced technicians provide 24-hour service every single day of the year to address any issue you may have as quickly as possible. When you contact our HVAC repair team, you can expect to be treated with the personal attention, care, and respect you deserve. We will help you find a prompt, cost-effective solution to your heating and air conditioning needs. 

As a family owned, locally operated business, we take great pride in serving homeowners and businesses here in our community. We have a long-established reputation for providing exceptional customer service and top-quality work. To date, Robison has helped tens of thousands of customers throughout Westchester and Putnam Counties, many of whom have trusted us with their comfort needs for decades. 

We take our reputation seriously, and we are passionate about what we do. 

Top-Quality HVAC Services at Affordable Rates

At Robison, we strive to make your HVAC service as affordable as possible. We price our products and services fairly and help our customers find cost-effective, energy-efficient solutions that save them money now and in the future. 

In addition to free estimates, we offer a variety of payment plans and financing options for new heating and air conditioning equipment. For more information, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our friendly and knowledgeable staff. We are happy to answer any questions you may have and get you set up with an appointment at your earliest convenience.

Call us at (914) 345-5700 or reach us online using our secure contact form to request HVAC service in Westchester or Putnam County today!

Heating & Cooling Frequently Asked Questions

  • How often should I change or clean my air conditioner filters?
    Filters should generally be replaced every month when the system is running. Replace filters with the same kind and size as the original filter. If your filter is not disposable, follow the manufacturer's instructions for cleaning.
  • Where is my air filter located?
    Your air filter should be located in either the blower compartment of the furnace, in an attached filter case, or in a return air grille in a wall of your home. If you cannot find the air filter, contact us for assistance.
  • Where can I purchase filters for my air conditioner / furnace?
    If you are unable to find the appropriate size air filter at your local hardware outlet, you can contact us.
  • Why is a matched HVAC system so important?

    A matched system is important for a variety of reasons. One is comfort. When all your components are properly sized for your home, you can control exactly how much heating or cooling you need so you can relax. Also, a properly sized matched system enables every component to perform as designed, meaning proper cycle times are maintained, humidity is controlled, and system sound is minimized.

    Another reason matched systems are important is efficiency. Most systems people buy are too large for their homes, meaning they pay to heat and cool space that isn’t even there. A matched system outlined when we’ve completed a load calculation for your home provides just the right amount of heating and cooling you need so you get the most value for your utility dollar.

  • What is a SEER rating and how does it impact my energy costs?
    SEER means Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. Like its “mpg” counterpart in the automotive industry, the SEER gives an indication of the performance efficiency of the system. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit, and, the more efficient the unit is, the lower the operating costs will be. Experts say that by purchasing a system with a high SEER, you’ll use less energy to cool your house, resulting in lower electric bills. In many cases, these savings are enough to partially or fully offset the cost of the new equipment within a few years.
  • What do all those rating numbers mean?

    The federal government requires all air conditioning and heating equipment to be rated for efficiency. The higher the rating, the more efficient the model. Gas furnaces are rated for (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency). This defines the amount of heat used to warm your home from burned fuel. A 90% furnace will use 90% of the available heat to heat your home. 10% of the heat is vented outdoors. Many older gas furnaces are only 60% efficient. The other 40% is vented outdoors. You can see that a new high-efficiency furnace will require much less fuel to heat your home.

    For air conditioning, the rating is (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio). This rating is based on general design criteria such as the compressor and outdoor coil. SEER ratings are for comparison purposes only, so that homeowners will know how they can compare different brands of products with similar efficiency ratings. The rating for the outdoor unit will reference a general efficiency range, such as 14 SEER. The actual efficiency rating for a specific system will depend on the combination of the outdoor unit and the indoor coil. These ratings are available from us and the Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute’s Energy Guide.

    A variable-speed indoor blower unit will increase the efficiency rating of the system, as well. Heat pumps are rated by SEER for cooling efficiency and by (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor) for heating efficiency. As with other ratings, the higher the HSPF, the less energy it will take to warm your home.

  • How much will my new air conditioning & heating system cost?

    That depends. There are many factors that must be considered.

    These include:

    • The efficiency of the equipment
    • The size of your home
    • Is the ductwork installed and in good condition?
    • Do you need a thermostat or electronic air cleaner?

    In most cases, replacing your whole system, including both indoor and outdoor components, will result in a more efficient, longer-lasting system but will also cost a little more.

  • Will anything help control the humidity in my house?
    Humidity is a problem in many areas. The best way to control excessive humidity is to have a system that runs longer at lower speeds. Variable-speed air-handling equipment runs at very low speeds, which keeps the air circulating against the cooling coil and removes much more moisture than conventional systems. At these low speeds, the variable-speed motor also uses much less electricity than conventional motors. A two-stage outdoor air conditioning unit will operate at a low speed, removing more moisture and allowing greater comfort than a single-stage air conditioning unit. Some variable-speed indoor blower units have Enhanced Mode that runs a very cold coil and enables the blower to slowly ramp up and down. This will wring-out extra moisture from the indoor air.
  • How do I know how much air conditioning and heating I need?
    Be careful using any rule of thumb method to determine the capacity requirement for your home. Under-sized equipment obviously will not keep your home comfortable during peak cooling demand times, and oversized equipment could be more expensive to operate and cause problems of high humidity. All manufacturers and HVAC experts agree the only way determine the size of air conditioner you need is by using a formula called a “load calculation.” Magic Touch will be happy to come to your home or office and perform a load calculation using the latest computer software on the market.
  • What is Carbon Monoxide?
    Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a toxic gas that is odorless, colorless, and tasteless. You can feel the effects of CO and not even be aware of what the cause is until it is too late. The symptoms of Carbon Monoxide poisoning in its mild form are often mistaken for the flu. These symptoms can include dizziness, headaches, nausea, fatigue, and disorientation. The effects of CO exposure can vary from person to person, overall health, age, concentration, and length of exposure.
  • Where does Carbon Monoxide come from?
    Carbon Monoxide comes from many different sources: back-drafting from furnaces, gas water heaters, wood stoves, fireplaces, gas stoves, unvented kerosene and gas space heaters, leaking chimneys and furnaces, automobile exhaust from attached garages, and tobacco smoke. Magic Touch Mechanical believes any home with an attached garage and/or gas appliances should have a Carbon Monoxide Detector in the house.
  • How often should I have my HVAC equipment serviced?

    Heating and Air Conditioning equipment should be serviced at least once a year. The best scenario is to have the heating system checked in the Fall and the air conditioning checked in the Spring. Gas-fired equipment should definitely be cleaned and serviced annually.

  • Why should I have my HVAC equipment serviced?

    Annual servicing includes cleaning the system, checking for any problems or potential problems, and adjusting for peak efficiency.

    The benefits include:

    • Increased dependability
    • Find potential problems and fix them quickly
    • Provide maximum efficiency which lowers energy costs
    • Prolongs the life-span of the equipment
    • Maintains safe and healthy operation
    • Can help to protect the environment

    Servicing drastically reduces the chance of a breakdown which usually happens at night or on weekends when repair rates are higher.

  • What services need to be performed for preventative maintenance on my heating and air conditioning equipment? How often should t
    We recommend you have us perform preventative maintenance before the winter heating season and before the summer cooling season. We offer comfort saving plans (CSPs) that include reduced rates on labor and parts and provide a priority response. CSPs include washing outdoor coils if accessible, tightening electrical connections, checking supply voltage and operating current, checking refrigerant charge, measuring temperature differential at supply and return registers, cleaning blower wheel and motor, inspecting and adjusting burner, checking heat exchangers, cleaning drain lines and pan, checking ductwork for leaks and insulation, and checking the thermostat.
  • What are the average life expectancies for heating and air conditioning equipment?
    The average expected life of an air conditioner is approximately 15 years. The average expected life of a heat pump is approximately 10 to 12 years since it operates year-round. The average expected life of a gas furnace or air handler may be longer. Units in corrosive environments, such as coastal installations, will tend to have shorter lives.
  • Is there any advantage to setting my thermostat fan to “ON” so the fan runs constantly?
    Yes, there are a couple of advantages. The first is that you get constant filtering of the air in your home. The second is that because the air is moving, you have a more even temperature throughout the home. However, continuous fan mode during COOLING operation may not be appropriate in humid climates. If the indoor air exceeds 60% humidity or simply feels uncomfortably humid, it is recommended that the fan be used in AUTO mode.

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