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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How Long Will My Heating System Last?

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In order to make it through the winter every year, you’ll want to make sure that you have a heating system that you can depend on. The last thing you’ll want is for your heating system to break down on …

Tips For Reducing Heating Costs

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Now that summer is at an end, temperatures are going to begin dropping steadily. Like most homeowners and business owners throughout the Philadelphia area, odds are you’ll be relying more and more on your heating system to keep your property …

How Often Should I Change My Furnace Filters?

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Your furnace filter is meant to help prevent dust, debris, and other contaminants from being spread throughout your home. It traps these things, thereby preserving your air quality as heat circulates throughout the house. However, it’s important that you change …

How to Prepare Your Furnace for Winter

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Keeping safe and warm this upcoming winter should be a priority for everyone in Philadelphia. To ensure that you do so, you’ll want to start preparing your Pennsylvania home’s furnace before temperatures begin to drop. The last thing you’ll want, …

10 Signs You Need a New Furnace

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If you have an older furnace you may be wondering if you should give in now or wait it out and see what happens. Sometimes your furnace is trying to tell you something and watching and listening for certain signs …