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  • Heating and Cooling

  • Mini –Split

  • Thermostats and Controls

  • Indoor Air Quality


  • Radiant

Most central heating systems are forced air systems. They send air through ductwork for distribution. 

Heating products include but not limited to: 

• Heat pumps
• Gas furnaces
• Fan coils

Whole-home air conditioning systems are central systems that rely on ductwork to deliver cool air throughout your home.

An air conditioning system can provide cooling, ventilation, humidity control and even heating (if using a heat pump). 
Typical air conditioning products include:

• Heat pumps
• Air conditioners

Mini –Split

Ductless Systems are a flexible option that does not require duct work and is ideal for heating and cooling specific rooms or areas of your home. These systems operate quietly and are available in a variety of designs that can be installed almost anywhere

Thermostats  and Controls

Controls and thermostats turn your heating and cooling system on and off in order to bring your home to a set temperature. On the go and want to change the settings? You can connect to your system from almost anywhere via Wi-Fi®+. Advanced technology found in the controls helps you save energy and reduces costs by giving you precise control over temperature, humidity, air treatment, scheduling and more.

Indoor Air Quality

Pollutants make their way into homes every day. And some pollutants, like dust, pollen, pet dander, mold, viruses and bacteria can be dangerous to your family’s health – aggravating conditions like asthma and allergies. The air inside your home can actually be 2 to 5 times dirtier than the air outside, leading the Environmental Protection Agency to declare indoor air quality a top five environmental health concern. Fortunately, we offer a wide range of air quality solutions you can count on for a cleaner, healthier indoor environment. 

• Air Purifiers & Filters
• Humidifiers
• Dehumidifiers
• Ventilators
• UV Lamps
• Carbon Monoxide Alarm


A Heat Recover Ventilator (HRV) is integrated into the duct work in a home, usually located near the furnace. The HRV expels stale indoor air to the outside, and draws in fresh air from outside to be distributed throughout the home.

Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs) are the best choice for ventilating your home or workplace. These units are designed to provide fresh air into the building while exhausting an equal amount of stale air to the outside. Energy including moisture is transferred between the airstreams reducing the loads on the heating and cooling equipment while delivering the air comfortably and quietly into the space.


Radiant systems create heat from sources like boilers or water heaters and deliver it typically through tubes throughout the home. 

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