When it comes to Heating Systems ....

... you should speak to a professional HVAC contractor like Freer's to learn about the different types of heating systems available and fully understand the pros and cons of each. This will help you make an informed decision and feel confident that you are choosing the right heating and cooling system for probably the most expensive investment you'll ever make for your home!

Heat pumps are efficient, convenient, and can be less expensive than many traditional heating and cooling systems. Whether you want to upgrade your old heat pump or install a more efficient system than your current one, Freer's is the place to call. We offer the most efficient heat pump systems on the market, and our HVAC experts will make sure that you find one to that suits all of your needs. Call Today!


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Here is what some of our customers have to say.

Freer's Heating And Air Conditioning has been servicing Juana's Pagodas and Sailors' Grill's many refrigeration needs for more than 5 years. In our business, keeping all our cooling equipment running and serviced is a matter of being open or out of business. Freer's fast response and attention to detail helps keep all our equipment up and running. From the smallest reach in cooler to largest install, Freer's can handle it all.
~Kevin Rudzki, Manager, Juana's Pagodas and Sailors' Grill

Featured System

Ductless split heating and air conditioning systems are so called because, unlike traditional forced air systems, they don’t rely on a system of ducts to transfer the temperature controlled air they generate from one part of your house to another. In a traditional setup, an outdoor unit is connected by an air duct to an indoor air handler, which then directs the passage of the air into more ducts that carry the air to the rooms in your home. A ductless system, on the other hand, also has an outdoor compressor and at least one indoor unit, but these indoor units are connected to the compressor by a refrigerant line rather than an air duct. The indoor units are also mounted on the wall or the ceiling in various parts of the home, and they receive coolant from the compressor through the refrigerant line.