Dehumidifier Install in Concord, NH

Sanford, the trusted name in Expert Plumbing, HVAC Service & Repairs, brings you top-notch Dehumidifier Install services in Concord, NH. With our unrivaled expertise and attention to detail, we guarantee a seamless installation that will eliminate excess moisture and create a comfortable environment in your home or office. Choose Sanford today and experience the difference of having a reliable and efficient dehumidifier system tailored to your needs.

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Other Services We Provide

Heating Service

Sanford Temperature Control, Inc. can diagnose issues with elevated noise levels, unpleasant smells, temperature fluctuations, frequent cycling, lengthened run times, or no-heat

A/C Service

Established in 1982, Sanford Temperature Control is an A+ rated member of the Better Business Bureau. Our dedication to customer delight is the key to your satisfaction.

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Indoor Air Quality

As a family-owned and customer-focused business, we keep up with evolving air quality technology to optimize results. Start with easy scheduling and rest assured, we’ll complete every job with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Water Heaters

Installation, replacement, and repair can help keep your costs in control. Sanford Temperature Control, Inc. will complete your project quickly, accurately, and to your satisfaction.

What Our Customers Are Saying

“Very pleased with the work that Kyle and Ian did for us last week in installing the central A/C! They were friendly, on time, everything ran as scheduled, and at the end they gave a thorough walk through to explain the system workings.”

Jessica S.





“This is the second time I’ve had Zach L, service my heating and AC system. He is extremely knowledgeable, polite, and honest. He showed and explained the repairs my system needed. Sanford has always responded quickly, and with reasonable prices.”

Joe R.





What Can We Help You Find?

Reducing energy bills without sacrificing comfort involves improving the efficiency of your HVAC system and making smart choices:

   – Invest in a programmable or smart thermostat to optimize temperature settings.

   – Seal windows, doors, and any gaps to prevent air leaks.

   – Upgrade insulation in your home.

   – Ensure your HVAC system is regularly serviced for peak performance.

   – Consider replacing older, inefficient systems with Energy Star-rated models.

It’s recommended to have your HVAC system serviced at least once a year. For optimal performance:

   – Air conditioning units should be serviced in the spring before the hot months.

   – Heating systems, whether furnaces or heat pumps, should be serviced in the fall before the cold season.

Regular servicing helps in early detection of potential issues, ensures energy efficiency, and prolongs the system’s lifespan.

While repairs can often fix issues, there are signs that indicate a system might need replacement:

   – The system is over 15 years old and frequently breaks down.

   – Energy bills are consistently rising without a change in usage patterns.

   – The system struggles to maintain desired temperatures or runs continuously.

   – You’re facing expensive repairs, especially if the cost approaches or exceeds half the price of a new system.

   – The system uses outdated refrigerants, like R-22.

Consult with an HVAC professional to evaluate whether a repair or replacement is more cost-effective.

The average lifespan of a residential HVAC system is typically between 15 to 20 years. However, this can vary based on the type of system, usage, and maintenance practices. To extend the lifespan of your HVAC system:

   – Schedule regular maintenance and tune-ups with a professional.

   – Replace air filters every 2-3 months or as recommended by the manufacturer.

   – Ensure the outdoor unit is clear of debris and has proper airflow.

   – Use a programmable thermostat to reduce unnecessary strain on the system.

There are several reasons why an air conditioner might freeze up:

   – Restricted airflow due to dirty filters or blocked return air ducts.

   – Low refrigerant levels, often caused by leaks.

   – Malfunctioning fan motors.

   – Dirty or blocked evaporator coils.

If you notice ice on your unit, turn off the AC to prevent further damage and call a professional HVAC technician. Regular maintenance can help prevent such issues.

Message From The Owner

A Team You Can Count On

To our valued customers: In the office and out in the field, our team is committed to excellence, responsiveness, and an unwavering dedication to your comfort. We stand firm behind every job we do, which is why we can confidently offer a Lifetime Workmanship Guarantee. When we say we’ve got your back, we mean it. Trust in our word, trust in our work, and know you’re in the hands of professionals who won’t let you down. Stay warm, stay cool, and stay confident in our service.


Rich Jordan

Sanford Owner & CEO

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