Heating and Air Conditioning Services in University City, MO
Companies generally don’t stick around for over 30 years if they are unable to keep their customers happy. At Fresh Air Heating & Cooling, founders Meg and Mike Sinn realized that the only way to succeed in business is to keep customers happy, and that is a lesson that their children keep close to heart in running the company today.
So when you need any HVAC and indoor air quality services in University City, MO, be sure to keep us in mind. It doesn’t matter how tough the job may be. From full system designs and installations to routine heating and air conditioning maintenance, we do it all.
We All Need Fresh Air.
Air Conditioning Services
No air conditioner is really going to excel in its operation if it is not paired with outstanding air conditioning services in University City, MO. That is why our technicians are the ones that you want to install, tune-up, and repair your air conditioning system. Don’t hesitate to call us when you suspect that there is a problem with your system, or if it is finally time to get a new one in place. We’re always here to help.
We offer 24/7 emergency service, because sometime service truly just cannot wait. This is true when temperatures are at their nadir during the winter season, and your heater is not working the way that it should be. If your heater is in need of emergency repairs, or if you are ready to have it maintained for the season, ours is the number to call. From heat pumps to ductless mini splits to furnaces, our heating technicians do it all.
Indoor Air Quality Services
Yes, keeping temperatures in your home comfortable throughout the year is an important goal. Do you know what else is equally important, though? Maintaining great indoor air quality throughout the year. This can be tough to do, and there are a lot of different factors that may converge to drag down your indoor air quality. The good news is that we offer the IAQ systems and services in University City, MO that you need to boost indoor air quality and to keep it consistently high.