Cook's Heating & Cooling was established in 1985 by Mr. Farrell C. Cook. | Family-owned and operated

Amana, Rural Hall, NC

We are proud to offer Amana HVAC equipment because of their long history and industry-leading warranties.

Amana in Rural Hall, North CarolinaOne of the questions we get asked here at Cook’s Heating & Cooling is why one of the brands of air conditioners and furnaces we recommend is Amana. While there are tons of reasons why we trust this company, one reason you’ll appreciate is that they have exceptional warranties. Even if you were to not register your equipment, you still qualify for a 5-year parts limited warranty on your air conditioner. However, the best thing to do is register it within 60 days of the installation date, so you can enjoy additional warranty coverage, including a 10-year parts limited warranty.

We recommend going with the most efficient air conditioning and furnace units that Amana has to offer as these have the compressor and heat exchanger backed by their lifetime limited warranty when the system is properly matched to the property. Rest assured that will be the case when you turn to us for a new Amana air conditioner or furnace for your Rural Hall, North Carolina home.

Another reason we are proud to offer Amana equipment is that they have been around since 1934 and remain dedicated to staying on the cutting edge of technology. We may not have been around quite as long as they have, but we’ve worked diligently since 1985 to provide the best possible heating and cooling services, utilizing the most trusted products on the market today. Reach out today if you would like to learn more about Amana equipment to see if it would be a good fit for your HVAC replacement needs.




At Cook’s Heating & Cooling, we install Amana products in Winston-Salem, Rural Hall, King, Kernersville, Bethabara, Bethania, Stanleyville, Clemmons, Lewisville, Walkertown, Pfafftown, Germanton, Walnut Cove, Pilot Mountain, Tobaccoville, Old Town, Belews Creek, Advance, Bermuda Run, and Midway, North Carolina.