How do Thermostats differ?

At South Nashville Heating and Cooling, we want you to make the best decision on what thermostat is right for you! We are Middle Tennessee’s premiere HVAC company and we’re here to help! So. How do electromechanical, manual, and programmable thermostats differ? Electromechanical – or manual – thermostats are the old-fashioned mercury units that have internal coils to…

Heating Systems

For nearly 30 years, South Nashville Heating and Cooling has been providing service, sales, and installation for all residential and Light Commercial HVAC applications in the greater Middle Tennessee area. Our company is proudly family oriented and we employ NATE certified service technicians and installers who are focused on bringing quality and craftsmanship to every job. Did you…

Is a Geothermal Heat Pump Right For You?

A geothermal heat pump installed from South Nashville Heating and Cooling can save you an enormous amount of money in energy costs while helping the environment. How does geothermal heat pump work? A geothermal heat pump transfers heat from the ground to your house (or vice versa). It does this through long loops of underground pipes filled with either water…

Trouble Shooting Your Air Conditioner

It’s warming up in Middle Tennessee which means it’s time to turn our furnaces off and turn that air conditioner ON! You’ve been waiting for this day since November when you reluctantly said goodbye to the cool temps indoors and replaced it with your furnace and fireplace. You walk to that thermostat, flip the switch…

Maintaining Your Furnace

Unfortunately for us, we’re all still using our furnace. Heating systems are usually trouble-free and easy to maintain. Like most things, efficient operation is a function of good regular maintenance. No matter what type of furnace you have, there are several things you can do to keep your heating system in top condition. Dirt is…

Furnace Problems?

Is it Spring yet? Unfortunately… the answer is a solid no. Right about now, maybe you’re noticing that your furnace is running but the air that’s blowing out of your vents is cold. Well, if that’s the case, there are a couple of things you can do to troubleshoot the problem before calling the experts…