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Part of the Production Heating and Cooling Tradition is to provide the highest quality products at the lowest possible price. And that’s what we do every day.
Our service technicians have years of experience servicing almost every brand.
We install only the best air conditioners, heat pumps, furnaces, air handlers, indoor coils, air cleaners, thermostats, packaged units and ductless air conditioners.
New, innovative technologies are being introduced every day and Production Heating & Cooling is committed to offering them to our customers only after they've been proven to be a reliable asset to your home or business.
We know you don’t want to take chances. We don’t either.
An air conditioner circulates cooled air through your home. Air conditioning efficiency is measured using a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER).
A heat pump is an electric unit that is able to both heat and cool your home. Heat pumps work in a split system design (replacing the AC) to keep your home comfortable year round. Heat pumps can also be used with a furnace to create a hybrid system to allow for a higher level of efficiency.
Indoor Air Quality
Indoor comfort control is more than just temperature control - it means creating a healthy home by purifying and humidifying your indoor air.
An air handler circulates cool air through your home in the summer and warm air in the winter.
Furnaces provide warmth to your home as part of a residential HVAC split system and work with both air conditioning units and heat pumps.
Thermostats & Zoning
Precise comfort control is available from the latest thermostats and zoning systems. Remote call in, wireless, individual area control - everything you need for perfect comfort levels.
As air is passed through the cooling system, the coil extracts or transfers heat from the indoor air, thus cooling the air before sending it back into the home. The refrigerant then flows back to the compressor (which controls the pressure applied to the refrigerant) where the cycle repeats.
In a packaged system, all equipment is built into an outdoor unit and often located on the roof. The "package" provides both air conditioning and heating. A primary advantage of packaged systems is a single footprint which is ideal for homes with space constraints that do not allow for a traditional split system.