Continental Engineering will professionally evaluate your heating and cooling requirements and provide you with the very best solution that will meet or exceed your expectations.

Our professionally trained installers are motivated to provide quality services and extraordinary customer service. Our own personnel perform ALL work and we are State licensed, bonded and insured.

Our supervisory personnel follow up all of our major installations with a Quality Control Inspection, and we operate a 24-hour emergency service to insure your peace of mind.

Back when your home was new, the cooling and heating equipment was probably state-of-the-art. In other words, the efficiency was the best available at the time.

For example, if your home was built before 1991, the SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) of your air conditioner was probably about 6.0. After that, the U.S. Government said all new homes had to have units with a minimum 10.0 SEER rating. Today, the Department of Energy states that as of January 23, 2006 the minimum SEER will be 13.0. higher efficient units are available anywhere between 14.0 and 20.5 SEER.

Your heating system also has an efficiency rating. It's called AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency), and it tells how efficiently the furnace uses gas or oil.