Be Comfortable in Your Wauwatosa Home with HVAC Repairs and Installs from West Allis Heating & Air Conditioning
Wauwatosa is commonly referred to as “Tosa” by residents, and known as the “city of homes.” And when you are in your home, you want to be comfortable. Rely on the technicians at West Allis Heating & Air Conditioning to ensure that your heating and cooling systems are working properly to deliver the comfort you need.
Wauwatosa Furnace or Boiler Maintenance, Repair, and Installation
While residents are used to shoveling snow during the winter, they never get used to poor or inconsistent heat. If your furnace or boiler is not performing well, call the certified technicians at West Allis Heating to diagnose the issue and perform repairs on the spot.
If it makes more sense financially to replace your heating unit, we can provide a range of options to meet your budget. You can count on us for a quick install, especially if your heat goes out in the dead of winter. Better yet, to help prevent this problem, you may want to consider our Comfort Maintenance Agreement (CMA). You’ll receive priority service, no trip charges for our two annual calls, and a discount on labor and parts.
Cool Off with A/C Service and Maintenance from West Allis Heating
If your loved ones suffer from allergies or another respiratory issue, a quality whole-house air conditioner installation can offer the relief you need. You can set the temperature with a programmable thermostat so the air conditioner only runs when needed, saving you money on energy bills. The filters in the air conditioner help clean the air so everyone in the home can breathe easier. Replacing the filters regularly helps maintain the unit and helps keep pollutants from recirculating in your home,
If you need more assistance, call West Allis Heating—we can cover everything from regular cleanings to repairs and installations. During the summer, we can arrive quickly should you need an A/C repair.
Indoor Air Quality Systems Help Wauwatosa Residents Breathe Better
Many people know about poor outdoor air quality, but you can have poor indoor air as well. Clean indoor air is especially critical when loved ones suffer from asthma.
In the winter, a humidifier may help your family breathe easier by adding moisture to the air, as well as reducing static electricity. A humidifier also protects the wood products in your home such as floors and cabinets. During the summer, you may need a dehumidifier, to again help with allergies and maintain your hardwood. We also offer air purifiers and ventilators which can deliver quality air to the home by removing pollutants.
Zoning systems allow you to set and control the perfect temperature and humidity level in every room. This can save money as you change the temperature depending on the rooms you use the most.
Ductless Systems Are Easy to Install in Wauwatosa
Traditional heating and cooling systems force cooled and heated air through ducts, so the temperature is not consistent throughout your home or business. Ductless systems deliver air directly into those zones or rooms, so you can easily adjust the temperature to suit your needs. This ensures that your rooms are never “too hot” or “too cold” and can reduce energy bills.
Wauwatosa Small Businesses Rely on West Allis Heating for Prompt Repairs and Maintenance
Small businesses need to watch their budget, while ensuring customers are comfortable. At West Allis Heating, we take care of that. We can help with maintenance and repairs, as well as new system installations. We take pride in our commercial customer ratings, but we don’t rest on our laurels—we work every day to earn your business.
Directions to West Allis Heating from Wauwatosa, WI
Go west on North Garfield Avenue to Wauwatosa Avenue for half a mile. Turn left on North Wauwatosa Avenue. In a quarter mile, turn right on Harmonee Avenue/Highway181. In a quarter mile, take a slight right onto Harwood Avenue. In a half mile, turn left onto Glenview Avenue. Go another half mile and turn left on Wisconsin Avenue. Go for 0.40 miles and turn right on 76th Street. West Allis Heating is about two miles down on the right.