For nearly 20 years, we’ve served Wiggins’ heating and cooling repair needs. Not only is Wiggins our home, it’s our business’ main base of operations. We perform HVAC service for our surrounding counties, as well, but there’s something special about working in our hometown.
Whether we’re repairing an air conditioning system for a local store or a homeowner, we’ll make sure you have the best HVAC unit repair service at the lowest repair cost. Our HVAC technicians are experienced with HVAC systems from every major air conditioner manufacturer.
If you’re new to Stone county or Wiggins, MS, ask your neighbors about us. They’ve likely experienced our quick and friendly service calls, or know someone who has. If you’re looking to move to Wiggins, and you’ve searched “HVAC repair near me,” take a look at our glowing customer ratings on Google or other service rating platforms.
Easy, Zero Percent Financing
for HVAC Repair
We know repairing or replacing your home or business' HVAC system can be a big pill to swallow. Tri-County Air Service has several options for you to help get your family comfortable again. Learn how you can get 0% financing with the Carrier® Credit Card through Wells Fargo at our HVAC Financing page.
We always say the best way to avoid an unexpected AC unit breakdown is to have proper, regular HVAC maintenance. That’s why we highly recommend a bi-annual HVAC maintenance agreement for home and business owners.
In addition to keeping your HVAC system regularly maintained, we highly recommend having your air ducts cleaned and maintained. A small leakage in your ductwork system can cause a huge drop in your air conditioner cooling capacity and efficiency.
If you’re already doing some home improvement work, we suggest you consider our professional insulation installation service. Not only will we ensure that your home is properly insulated, we know to look for important furnace ventilation ports to prevent trapping harmful gasses in your home.
Learn about some of the more common issues we’ve seen with air conditioners in this article by the United States Department of Energy. Sometimes a simple fix, like a tripped circuit breaker, is indicative of a much larger problem.