Quality Heating & Air Service

Heating and Air Contractors

SimonHVAC are the Lake Norman, Charlotte and surrounding area specialists because heating and air is all we do. Many contractors add plumbing, electrical, general contracting or even property management to their list of services. At Simons, we’re HVAC contractors and nothing else. Our focus is driven by our customer service for our clients.

Hire Simon HVAC for our exceptional customer service and quality craftsmanship.

Simon’s Heating and AC Offers:Simon air

  • Free In Home Estimates on All Installations
  • Over 20 Years Experience
  • Family Owned and Operated
  • Residential and Light Commercial
  • Great Pricing
  • Mobile Homes
  • Multiple Units
  • Complete Change Outs
  • Forced Air Units
  • Rooftop Units
  • Thermostats
  • Ductless Mini-Split Systems
  • Electronic Air Filtration
  • In Home Inspections
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Heat Pumps
  • Air Duct Cleaning and Replacement
  • Routine Maintenance


Residential HVAC contractor experience in Lake Norman and surrounding areas heating and air systems. Call Dan Simon today for a free installation quote or go to our discounts page to learn how you can save even more with us.


Our service is on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  We service and replace all major brands.

To prevent the undue expense of a service call, always check the following items before requesting service:

    • Circuit breakers and disconnect switches: Make sure all breakers and switches are fully in the “ON” position. It is best to turn them off and then on again to be certain they are actually on.


    • Make sure the utility company has not interrupted electrical or gas service for any reason.


    • Filters: Check for clean filters. Excessively dirty filters restrict airflow and can damage your HVAC equipment. We recommend that the filters be changed at least twice a year.


    • Registers and Grilles: Make sure that your supply registers are open in the area that is not cooling or heating properly. In no event should the registers be set so that more than 25% of the total system airflow is cut off. Care should be taken to be certain that furniture or other items do not block the flow of air to or from the registers and grilles.


  • Thermostats: The thermostat must be set in the proper mode (either heating or cooling) and the setting must be below the indoor temperature for cooling or above the indoor temperature for heating in order for the system to operate.