Whether you're looking to replace, repair, or maintain your unit, Synergy can help.

Install New Unit
Whether new construction, or replacing an old unit, we can size your space and recommend a new unit that meets your needs.
Repair a Unit
We can fix any type of system - air conditioning, heat pumps, mini splits, or geothermal.
Maintenance
Sign up for our InSync Maintenance and receive a heating and cooling maintenance visit to ensure peak performance.

Installing a New Unit

When it’s time to replace a furnace, heat pump or air conditioner, you need to talk to Synergy Home about the system right for your home that will give you maximum comfort and efficiency.  Homeowners throughout Lexington and surrounding counties trust Synergy Home to guide them through every step of the process, from selecting the right system to installing the system thoroughly and professionally.  Our residential services don’t stop there.  We’ll follow up after the installation to make sure everything is going smoothly, that your new system is running properly and that you’re completely satisfied. We are experts in all types of systems, including:

  • Air Conditioning
  • Ductless Systems
  • Mitsunbishi Mini Split Systems
  • Furnaces
  • Heat Pumps
  • Geothermal Heat Pumps
  • Zone Control Systems

Synergy Home has a national reputation for excellence and home performance expertise.  Synergy Home is determined to help area homeowners make their living spaces more comfortable, energy efficient and healthier.  Get in touch with our team and let us go to work for you.

Synergy Home serves both commercial and residential customers with quality products from leading manufacturers and outstanding service, including installation, maintenance and repair. Our HVAC professionals provide expert advice to best meet your heating and cooling needs.

When it’s time to replace a furnace, heat pump or air conditioner, talk to the experts at Synergy Home in Lexington.
Close up of High efficiency modern AC-heater unit

Modern HVAC systems are designed for longevity, but eventually all heating and AC systems will need to be replaced.  These are some of the signs that can indicate the need for a new HVAC system:

  • Your current furnace or AC unit is 15 years old or older.
  • Your utility bills are consistently higher than in the past.
  • Your heater or air conditioner makes loud noises during operation.
  • Your heating or cooling system runs constantly to maintain your set temperature.
  • Your HVA system cannot maintain a comfortable temperature or humidity level.
  • You experience frequent breakdowns that require regular heater or AC
  • You are faced with the need to make extensive or expensive heater or AC repairs.

Regardless of the type of HVAC system you choose to have installed, sizing your new system to properly meet your needs is essential.  An HVAC system that has either too small or too large a heating and cooling capacity won’t deliver the temperature control and energy efficiency you want.  Choosing an energy-efficient HVAC system will reduce the cost of heating and cooling as well as lower its impact on the environment.

The temperature you want, when you want it, in every room of your home at the same time.  It’s not too much to ask.  Synergy Home can and will provide it.  We can also save money for you every month.  Chances are that your comfort problems are a symptom of other problems … energy problems that are costing you money every month.  Working with Synergy Home will also make your home healthier. We can definitely improve the air quality of your home.  Our technicians are polite, clean and well trained.  They will show up when promised and clean up before they leave.  They will also take the time to explain things to you and offer you different options.  Most important, they will do the job right, the first time, every time.

Turn to the professionals at Synergy Home when it comes to the best in heating and cooling in Lexington and surrounding counties and we’ll help you pick the right unit, taking all of the following into consideration:

Size of Your Unit

You might be thinking, “Wait, there are different sizes?” Yes, there are.

A properly sized AC system will last longer and create a greater level of overall comfort in the home because it runs in variable-speed cycles. This does a better job of removing humidity from your indoor environment and spreading cool air throughout your home. It’s also more energy efficient.

If not properly sized, you’ll end up with oversized equipment that seems to work at first, but does not generate whole-home comfort and inevitably ends up failing sooner than it should.

Humidity Implications

In our climate zone, air conditioning is as much about humidity control as it is about cooling power. A level of 46% indoor humidity is ideal for humans, and just a 5% change in that number will feel like a 2 or 3 degree difference in temperature. Just as important, by keeping your humidity under 50 percent you’ll keep dust mites under control in your home — increasing indoor air quality and occupant health.

Air Ducts

According to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Star program, leaky ducts in attics or crawlspaces can account for 20% or more of a home’s heating and cooling energy losses. This results in higher utility bills for you and difficulty keeping your house comfortable.

A few signs you may have leaky ducts are if you have:

  • High utility bills in summer and winter
  • Difficult-to-heat-and-cool rooms
  • Stuffy rooms that never seem to feel comfortable
  • Attic, crawlspace, or garage ducts
  • Tangled or kinked flexible ducts in your system

Synergy can help! One of our certified technicians will take a reading of the air pressure in your ducts and can analyze how much air you lose. From there we can make suggestions about how to improve efficiency and seal any gaps we find. We also recommend insulating your air ducts for maximum efficiency.

We also offer air duct cleaning, which is recommended every 5 years to keep your equipment running efficiently, and your family breathing healthy air.

Health & Air Quality

You should not only be looking to make your unit as efficient as possible, we also want to make sure the air in your home is helping keep your family healthy. In addition to picking the correct HVAC unit, we also recommend adding the following accessories:

  • UV Light to kill bacteria
  • Media cabinet
  • Humidifier
  • Dehumidifier

Our technicians can help create the best full system to ensure your family remains comfortable and healthy year round.

Have questions or want a quote?

We’re here to help! Call us anytime at 859-687-0553, send us an email at info@mysynergyhome.com, or schedule an appointment online – we’ll respond within one business day.

Repair Your Existing Unit

Synergy Home stands ready to help when you need A/C repair.  Our skilled technicians specialize in diagnostics and will quickly have the correct solution to your air conditioning unit problem.  A well-maintained central A/C system will provide many years of comfortable and healthy indoor living.  HVAC equipment is complex and it is important to select a company that understands A/C system repair.

Our skilled technicians at Synergy Home in Lexington stand ready to help you when you need A/C repair for your home.

Synergy Home technicians have a wide range of knowledge.  They are constantly staying on top of the latest training to go along with the rapid advancement of new cooling and heating equipment systems.

Synergy Home knows that it is important to have an air conditioning unit that runs with power and efficiency.  We provide quality A/C repair services that are both rapid and affordable.  We offer our expert knowledge to make simple but effective repairs that will bring new life to your existing system.  We are always up front with our services, letting you know the costs and giving you the option of repair or replacement.

Air conditioning systems incorporate many different components that must all work together properly to cool your home.  If you need A/C repair anywhere in the greater Lexington area, Synergy Home is here to help you with all your air conditioning needs.  It’s always best to call in professionals to ensure the issue is properly addressed.

Calling Synergy Home for prompt A/C repair is the best way to restore home comfort and energy efficiency quickly, reducing operating and repair costs at the same time.  Worn or broken parts often cause ongoing damage to your HVAC system, which can lead to irreparable damage.  The longer you put off repairs, the higher your energy bills can rise and the more strain you’ll put on your HVAC system.

When it comes to A/C repair, Synergy Home is the most dependable choice in the area.  With highly qualified, experienced technicians, we promise rapid service that guarantees your satisfaction.

Getting to know the parts of your air conditioner and the factors that affect A/C performance can help you spot the earliest signs that you need A/C repair.  If you need A/C service, Synergy Home is dedicated to providing fast, effective A/C repair, as well as air conditioning replacement or installation.

Emergency AC repair is the last thing you want to be thinking about.  However, that won’t stop it from happening.  Synergy Home is dedicated to performing expert quality A/C repair.  Many people trust us with their home comfort, so you can be assured your home will be taken care of properly.

When you need relief for your home or office and your system needs to be repaired, it can be stressful finding the right A/C repair company.  At Synergy Home, we take A/C repair seriously and we’ll work quickly and efficiently to get your system running again without cutting any corners.  You can count on our unparalleled expertise and commitment to customer satisfaction to get the job done.

Synergy Home reminds you to always have your A/C system fixed before it gets worse.  It’s not going to fix itself.  A/C repair problems rarely get better on their own.  Your best move is to call Synergy Home to get it repaired properly.

We work on the following:

Air Conditioning

Air conditioning systems incorporate many different components that must all work together properly to cool your home. There are many signs that your air conditioning system may need to be repaired:

  • There’s no cold air.
  • The blower won’t turn on.
  • Refrigerant is leaking.
  • The system is running constantly but not cooling.
  • Thermostat appears to be faulty.
  • Energy bills are excessive.
  • The unit is more than 15 years old.
Heat Pumps

Your heat pump has to provide your home with both heating and cooling, which means that it never gets a break throughout the year.  This can cause several problems to develop.  If you’re having any issues with your heat pump, Synergy Home stands ready for fast, accurate and high quality heat pump repair service in Lexington and surrounding counties.  Our heat pump technicians can work on all brands of heat pumps.

On average, a neglected heat pump can consume 10 to 25 percent more energy, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.  It’s also more likely to stop working or have a shorter life span.  When your system isn’t working in a reliable manner, see what best describes your problem:

  • No heat or cooling
  • Insufficient heating or cooling
  • Cold air instead of heat
  • Hot air instead of cooling
  • Heat pump turns on and off frequently
  • Rattling, grinding or squealing noises
Furnaces

If you notice that your furnace is suffering from declining performance, tripped circuit breakers, obnoxious smells or strange noises, you should immediately call Synergy Home for furnace repair service.  One call to Synergy Home can save you money, time and aggravation.  When your furnace or heat pump operates in a weakened condition, the compromised parts place added stress on other critical components.  If the issue isn’t properly addressed, a minor problem can become a major expense.  When your furnace is malfunctioning, it’s good to know that one of our experienced service technicians can accurately diagnose your unit and make the appropriate repairs.

Maintaining your furnace or heat pump will keep it in proper working order and can prevent problems from occurring.

Furnaces experience a wide array of problems that are often exposed during extreme weather:

  • No power to the furnace
  • Clogged air filters
  • Cracked heat exchanger
  • Failed relays
  • Blocked b-vent systems
  • Bad ignition systems
  • Faulty burners
Geothermal

Unless your system has broken down completely, the signs can be subtle.  The most common causes for repairs include:

  • Increased energy bills – If you notice a sharp increase in your energy bill, the unit may have a defect causing it to lose efficiency.
  • You notice areas of wet grass – This may indicate there is a leak in the underground water-filled loop system.
  • You have an older unit – Although geothermal heat pumps have long lifespans, if yours is nearing the end, it will need more frequent repairs.
  • You notice strange odors or sounds – Call immediately for service if you notice these issues to have it repaired before it becomes a major, costly problem.
  • Uneven heating or cooling – There are many reasons your system could cause this problem. Call for service immediately to find the root cause.

There are several special checks our technician must do for a geothermal system, such as looking over the manifold and heat exchanger where the antifreeze in the loops transfers heat to or from the indoor refrigerant.  If you have an open loop configuration, our technician may give the loops an acid flush to remove deposits that can build up in them.

Is your unit not heating or cooling correctly?

We have technicians on call 24/7 – call us at 859-687-0553 and we’ll prioritize your repair!

InSync Maintenance Visit

Regularly scheduled maintenance helps extend the life of your system.  Spending a little money every year to have your system inspected can keep it running for years.  Regular preventive maintenance for your HVAC system should always be considered a top priority for Kentucky homeowners. Unfortunately, it’s something that often gets overlooked. Some believe that they don’t need to worry about issues occurring because their AC is new, but this doesn’t mean you won’t experience any problems. When a system fails, it can cost a substantial amount of money to fix, not to mention leave you stranded on days that can be uncomfortably hot.

InSync Annual Maintenance Plans

Join our InSync membership and receive two annual maintenance visits per year – one in the fall to ensure your unit is heating correctly, and one in the spring to ensure proper cooling. You’ll receive priority scheduling, plus receive:

  • 21-point inspection
  • Filter change (1″ filter included)
  • 15% discount on parts & labor for additional services

Total cost is $189 for your first unit, $169 for any additional units.

Locations outside of Lexington will be charged a $20 out-of-town surcharge fee.

How often should maintenance be performed?

Twice per year – once in the fall to test your heating, and once in the spring to test cooling. If you have any ancillary pieces of equipment like humidifiers, dehumidifiers, ERVs, or UV lights, have those serviced annually.

What is included in air conditioning maintenance?
  • Check thermostat and settings
  • Check filter
  • Check drains for proper drainage
  • Check blower wheel for excessive dirt
  • Check 24V wiring to outside wall
  • Check 240V wiring to outside wall
  • Check outdoor coil
  • Clean outdoor coil
  • Check wall penetration for proper seal
  • Check 240V connections
  • Check high voltage disconnect
  • Check unit ground and tighten
  • Check contactor for burn marks/pitting
  • Check fan motor visually
  • Check fan blade for damage
  • Check capacitor visually
  • Check wiring connections and tighten
  • Measure temperature at coil
  • Measure condenser AMP draw
  • Inspect thermostat and settings
  • Observe unit starting sequence
  • Check drains for proper drainage
What is included in furnace maintenance?
  • Check heat exchanger for rust/cracks/holes
  • Check venting for rust/corrosion
  • Check gas valve for leaks/corrosion
  • Check control wiring and connections
  • Check gas lines for rust/corrosion/support
  • Check for Carbon Monoxide in supply/exhaust
  • Inspect low high voltage wiring
  • Check burners for rust/proper operation
  • Check ignition for proper operation
  • Check burner setup
  • Check blower assembly for vibration/dirt build-up
  • Check filter
  • Check hot surface ignitor/spark ignitor
  • Check pressure switch and tube
  • Measure AMP draw for inducer motor and blower motor
  • Measure temperature rise