Services And Products

At our heart we take pride in knowing most of our customers personally and value their loyalty and friendship far beyond the business realm. Servicing the 72632 and 72631 zip codes of Eureka Springs and Holiday Island area, we will service your existing equipment and we offer new equipment from Trane, Mitsubishi, Earthlinked Technologies and other top companies. Being the Trane dealer for Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is a great honor. We enjoy the fact that we have been dealers with them for 20 years.

Liberty Service Company, Inc. wants to help the environment. Upon replacement of old heating and cooling equipment, we prioritize the recycling and recovery of the equipment and refrigeration. We offer eco-friendly heating and cooling solutions for the Eureka Springs area; from geothermal or high efficiency SEER rated equipment. Also, to ensure you have the most efficient use of your resources, we can provide a load calculation of your building which reveals how quickly a home or business gains or loses its heat. Knowing this information is the only proper procedure for correctly sizing the capacity of both heating and cooling systems. The residences of Eureka Springs have many different A/C and heating needs and our years of installation and servicing can help guide you in making an informed decision.

Definitions

Furnace: a central system used for heating. The unit uses natural gas, electricity or propane to heat the air in a building.
Geothermal Heat Pump: (ground source heat pump) a central heating and/or cooling system that transfers heat to or from the earth. The system uses the ground as a heat source (in the cold months) and a heat sink (in the warmer months). This unit is able to boost efficiency and reduce operating costs of the home heating and cooling systems.
Heat Pump: a central heating and/or cooling system that transfers heat from one area to another. Heat pumps have the ability to move thermal energy from one environment to another, and in either direction. This allows the heat pump to effectively bring thermal energy into an occupied space, or to take it out. In practice, this is always done in the opposite direction of a temperature gradient. A heat pump works in the same manner as an ordinary air conditioner (A/C), which itself is a type of heat pump. In the warming mode for a space, a heat pump effectively reverses a refrigeration unit so that the warm radiator is inside the space, rather than outside.
Mini-Splits: a cooling and/or heating system that is ductless and is usually designed to condition one room. Mini splits are also available with multiple indoor units combined with one outdoor heat pump. Works well in places where duct can’t be run due to limited space.