W.F. Smith, Inc. Heating

W.F. Smith is a family owned and operated heating and air conditioning contractor with expertise in both the residential and light commercial markets. Our five owners have over 140 years of combined industry experience and our core group of technicians and installers average over 20 years of experience. Whether you need a trusted contractor to help you with an air conditioning repair, service or maintenance on an existing system, or designing and installing an entirely new system, W.F. Smith has the experience and knowledge to get the job done right the first time. Our professional and courteous team will treat you like part of the family.
7310 State Road 19136 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phone: 2154585906

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Types of Heating Solutions: Which One Is Best for Your Home?

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We all know about the importance of heating our homes, but not many people are aware of the various types of heating systems available. Some homes only need one heating source, while larger homes or additions require additional capacity to …

Are Heat Pumps an Environmentally Friendly Choice?

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Heat pumps are more popular than ever as more and more homeowners choose these efficient systems to heat and cool their homes. Heat pumps’ energy efficiency can be seen by simply looking at your energy bills after installation — but …

Do I Need a Whole-House Air Purifier?

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Indoor air quality (IAQ) isn’t something the average person gives a lot of thought to, but it’s worth considering if you want your home’s air to be as healthy and clean as possible. Many people who want to improve indoor …

Due for an Upgrade? Here’s the Best Time to Get a New Air Conditioner

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Are you tired of your window units or central air system struggling to keep your home comfortable in the summer? Are you ready to reap the benefits of increased energy savings, lower electric bills, and a smaller carbon footprint? Are …

Replacing Your Furnace With a Heat Pump: Is It Wise?

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As you’re getting ready for the winter season, you may have noticed that your heating system is no longer operating at peak efficiency. It may have even given off a weird sound or two before dying completely. Now, you’re faced …