Providing Expert HVAC Services in Baltimore, Ohio
The Village of Baltimore is located in Fairfield County, Ohio, 23.6 miles south of Newark, Ohio. Baltimore was originally named New Market, the new name of Baltimore was debuted in 1824. The village has a total land mass of 2.09 square miles. The Village of Baltimore is part of the Liberty Union-Thurston Local School District and consists of many local parks and walking trails such as Basil Park and Buckeye Lake State Park. We here at Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling are honored to provide our services to the citizens of Baltimore.
Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling is proud to be part of the Newark and Heath communities. With our stress-free and quick scheduling options, we are here to help you. Call us today at (740) 212-5849 to speak to one of our friendly customer service representatives, or schedule online with our convenient online form and we’ll contact you shortly to schedule an appointment. We look forward to providing you with the best HVAC services in the community.
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A REAL GENTLEMAN and GREAT SERVICE
Nancy - Baltimore, OH
He was efficient and explained the whole process.
Sue - Baltimore, OH
Fast, Friendly Service
Craig - Baltimore, OH
Scheduled maintenance. Very Thorough. Over all great service.
Mazzarini - Baltimore, OH
Sue - Baltimore, OH
Very respectful of property and person
Wayne - Baltimore, OH
Our experience began with Isaiah Chattos. He was our diagnostic tech. He found the problem and was excellent at explaining everything in great detail. He set up our appt to get our heat pump and furnace installed. The installation team showed up on time. Shane and Brian were the installers and were very courteous and efficient. Jeff came later to help with installation and installed our thermostat. He was extremely helpful with all the instructions on the complete install. Everything went as smoothly as can be expected. We will definitely use them again and recommend them to family and friends
Quick to fix
Ja - Baltimore, OH
Great service, great technician
Kerry - Baltimore, OH
Cameron - Baltimore, OH
Tech was very professional
Ace - Baltimore, OH
Pickerington Heating and Cooling employees are all very professional. I have been a customer for many years and have never had a bad experience. Thank you
Performed a diagnostic service call for a 2019 AC unit. Found unit with only 115 volts to the disconnect. Inspected the breakers and found that the breaker for heat pump was tripped. Client stated that the power shut down a month ago . And its been down since. After cycling the breaker unit started up and is now working properly.
Performed a diagnostic service call for a 2016 AC unit. Found unit with only 115 volts to the disconnect. Inspected the breakers and found that the breaker for heat pump was tripped. Client stated that the power shut down a month ago . And its been down since. After cycling the breaker unit started up and is now working properly.
Performed a sma tune-up and safety check-u for a 2012 gas furnace. We found rust around orifices of the burners. We also found a small nick in the flame sensor. Doesn’t seem to be an issue at the moment. House was converted to natural gas. So flame sensor should be good going forward. We still brought issue up to customer. Furnace met all other specifications. Tech found out that we were supposed to be doing an a/c tuneup. So we did both.
Performed a diagnostic service call for a 2014 gas furnace. Original main circuit board is bad. Need to order and replace board. Customer does not have heat at the moment.
Performed a diagnostic service call for a 2020 AC unit. Not turning on at all. System has not worked since the install. Upon arrival, I found that a/c was not cooling r/s were both 69. I went to unit and got noticed that fan was running. I did amp draw on compressor. 6.8. I checked capacitor. 69/70 on herm side. I checked charge and found that unit was almost empty. I verified with supervisor who had tech reschedule a time to go back out and do a leak search on unit.
I performed a diagnostic on clients air conditioner that was not cooling properly. Replaced suction line service valve and performed pressure test. Pressure test failed, during my leak search I found a leak in the line set above the downstairs living room’s drop ceiling on the suction line. I repaired the leak and pressure tested the system. System tested good, evacuation was done and recharge with 6lbs R410A to a 9 degree sub cool. System is operating properly at this time and was left operable upon my departure.
I performed a diagnostic on a furnace that was not producing heat. I found that unit is low on refrigerant. Customer asked for an estimate on replacement. I did estimate for customer. Customer is going to go through Goodleap. Emailed customer loan info to fill out. I will follow up with customer.
I completed a tune-up and safety check on clients air conditioner. I found that fan side of capacitor is low. 6.8/7.5. Heat pump met all other specifications. Also found that condenser has a small dent near the bottom of unit. Customer wants to wait on replacement of capacitor at this time. This is a 30/7.5 capacitor