News’s 2019 list of the Best HVAC Professionals in Raleigh

We are proud to announce that Jay’s Heating and Cooling has earned a place on’s 2019 list of the Best HVAC Professionals in Raleigh. Specifically, we received an award for the Best HVAC / Furnace Repair & AC Repair in Raleigh for 2019. According to Expertise, their goal of issuing the awards is to connect people with the best local experts. In order to determine their list, they scored HVAC professionals on more than 25 variables across five categories: Reputation, Credibility, Experience, Availability, and Professionalism. After analyzing the results, they created a hand-picked list of the best HVAC professionals in Raleigh, NC. We are honored to be on the list. Contact us for a service/maintenance appointment before you turn your heating system on this fall. We can prevent problems before they begin.  

Have Your Heating System Checked Before it Gets Cold Outside

The temperatures are finally going to cool down this weekend. Don’t wait until it is cold outside to have your furnace, heat pump or heating system inspected. Contact the heating technicians at Jay’s Heating and Cooling to provide you with a comprehensive inspection and routine service and maintenance for your heating system before you turn it on. Allow us to take the guesswork out of the season change. If repairs are needed, we will provide you with options and help you determine which option is best for you. Whether you need routine maintenance, repairs or a new heating system installed, you can count on us to keep your home warm. Contact us now to schedule your next appointment!

The Phase-Out of R-22: What You Need to Know and How It May Affect You

The US Environmental Protection agency, having already phased out Class I ozone-depleting substances (ODS), is now phasing out Class II ODS including R-22, by January of 2020. This means that R-22, a refrigerant still used in existing air conditioners, can no longer be manufactured or imported into the US. The age of your system and cost of needed repairs have always been factors in determining when it is time for a new air conditioner installation. The phase-out of R-22 is increasing the number of people having to replace their system.