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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5 Essential Heat Pump Maintenance Tips

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Heat pumps are growing in popularity for a good reason, but if you’re used to the usual HVAC system, you may experience a slight learning curve while adjusting to your new system and its maintenance needs. While there are many …

Keep Your Heater Running Longer: Maintenance Tips For Commercial Spaces

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Pennsylvanians know how to handle winter, but anyone hardened by a Mid-Atlantic winter will tell you that the indoors offers an essential reprieve from the elements. Your employees, customers, and clients expect your building to be warm enough to carry …

Why Does Furnace Size Matter?

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Before investing in a new furnace, you should take the time to find the right unit for your home and heating needs. Furnaces come in many different sizes, giving homeowners a range of options to choose from. Because furnace size …

How Can I Prep My HVAC System for Fall?

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Autumn is quickly approaching — which means our hot sunny days and afternoons spent by the pool will give way to chillier temperatures and evenings around the fire pit. Soon enough, we’ll be able to open up our windows, let …

What’s Wrong With My Air Conditioner? Several Common AC Problems That Arise in Summer

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It’s every Philadelphia homeowner’s worst nightmare, turning the air conditioner on in the summer for the first time of the season, only to discover there’s something wrong with it. No one wants to deal with an air conditioner problem, which …