Air Conditioning

Today’s air conditioning systems provide more comfort and efficiency than ever before. No matter the size of your home, we are dedicated to providing you with cool, comfortable, cleaner air and the best product for this important home investment that will ensure your family’s comfort.

Our Promise to you is to perform the correct air conditioning repair service at an honest price.

When you need Air Conditioning Repairs, trust the experts at American Eagle Heating & Cooling. Our technicians have the skills and knowledge to fix most Air Conditioning problems on the spot. Call our Air Team today!

Duct Work

According to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Star program, leaky ducts in attics or crawl spaces can account for 20 percent 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.

Do you have a duct leak?




All winter long, you depend on your furnace to keep your family warm. Beyond performance, we also provide options for energy-efficient operation. We will help you to find the perfect furnace for your home. Let our experts help you select your furnace today.

Heat Pumps with Auxiliary Heat Strips

If you have an electric heat pump, during the course of your fall preventative maintenance you may have overheard the technician say that he tested the “heat strips” and wondered what they were talking about?


“Electric heat strips”, “auxiliary heat strips”, or just “heat strips” for short, are a supplemental or secondary heat source that is installed inside the air handler to help a heat pump’s heating output when the outdoor temperature gets really low. When an air conditioner is running in A/C mode, it is taking heat from inside the house, where we don’t want it, and moving it outside where we don’t care about it. This is how the air conditioner cools us, by transferring heat or heat transfer.


A heat pump is just an air conditioner that can run in reverse, which means when it runs in heat mode, it takes heat from the outside air and moves it inside to heat your home, again through heat transfer.

Indoor Air Quality

On average, people spend 80% percent of their time indoors but don’t know that indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than outside air. The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) has indoor air quality ranked as one of the top five environmental dangers to public health. It is linked to severe asthma and allergy development in children and to heart problems and lung cancer in children and adults. Indoor air quality is caused by anything that releases gas or particles, which include combustion, personal-care products and activities, and even outdoor air quality.

Inadequate ventilation will trap contaminated air inside and can keep clean, fresh air from getting in. If you have unmaintained heating and air conditioning systems, your clogged air filters will contribute to dust and mites in the air. Dampness in your house caused by floods, leaks, or high humidity can create mold and bacteria. 

Heat Pump Repair and Maintenance Services

American Eagle Heating & Cooling is experienced in the service, repair, and maintenance of heat pumps in Mississippi, and its surrounding area. A heat pump is a device that transfers heat from one place to another, from indoors to outdoors or from outdoors to indoors.

In this way, they are very environmentally friendly and are the most energy-efficient way to heat and cool your home. Heat pumps also work extremely efficiently, because they simply transfer heat, rather than burn fuel to create it. This makes them a greener alternative to traditional gas furnaces. We offer Heat Pumps Repair and Maintenance services. Call American Eagle Heating & Cooling today!

Advice From Our AIRTEAM Experts

For safety and warranty reasons you should never attempt to service your heating and cooling units yourself.