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Comfort in Each Room for You and Yours

Be sure your air conditioning cooling system is in expert hands — especially if your home has been renovated. Air conditioners need to be properly matched to your home's central distribution system and professionally installed. At Northland, we understand whole-home comfort systems better than anyone, and we use only the best Trane and Mitsubishi products.

Homes that have been renovated may experience a loss of efficiency. Many times, there are parts of the home with uncomfortable and uneven cooling. Call Northland Heating, and our team of experts will work to keep you cool and comfortable so that hot and humid summer days are a breeze.


Central Air Conditioning

We can help you choose the right system for your home. Whatever your needs are, you'll always get the best service! We have 24-hour technicians, service vehicles, and home comfort consultants to serve you during the long hot and humid summer. Materials for all components are tested again and again for long-lasting performance and durability.

Maintain Your Air Conditioner

Maintain a cool comfort level, extend the life of your air conditioner, reduce your utility bills and avoid costly repairs.

Repairing an Air Conditioning Unit

Repair Your Air Conditioner

A new high-efficiency air conditioner brings a new level of comfort into your home. When you add in significant energy savings, it makes more sense than ever to replace the air conditioning system in your home. If your air conditioner needs attention, Northland is the one to call for expert, affordable service.

Replacing Your Air Conditioner

Replacing your air conditioner is not a decision to make light of. You expect to be cool and comfortable in your home. Northland Heating goes beyond the basics by designing and installing a system that is compatible to your home's distribution system by experts who get it right every time. If you're thinking of replacing your air conditioner because of its age, lack of efficiency or high utility costs, you won't beat Northland for a wide range of air conditioning options for your home.

How do I decide on the right size and model for my air conditioning system?
The correct size is critical to efficiency and comfort and is determined solely by an accurate, professional analysis. No one model or brand of air conditioner is best for every home, and all major manufacturers sell models for many different customer types. The best solution is to have a local air conditioning company that you trust, help you to select the best size and model for your home and your budget.

How much can I save with a new AC system?
A new system saves energy year after year and eliminates the cost and inconvenience of frequent or unexpected breakdowns. You can reduce your utility bills by up to 30% with a high-efficiency air conditioning system.

Ductless Air Conditioning

Don't have a forced air system in your home? We have comfortable, energy-saving options for you! Northland Heating has been recommending and installing all types of heating and cooling options for all kinds of homes, so you're sure to get the right system for your home, with optimum energy efficiency. Our options are listed below.

Fan Coil Blower Units

A fan coil blower unit combined with a heat pump can provide heating and cooling for individual rooms in your home without the need for ductwork. Today's fan coil units are surprisingly energy efficient and come with hi-tech controls for ease of use and efficiency.

Today's hi-tech fan coil systems use environmentally-sound refrigerant for cooling, highly efficient heat pump technology for heat, precise temperature and humidity control, and continuous filtration — all of which give you a more comfortable, energy-efficient home.

Ductless and Mini-Split Ductless Units

A ductless, mini-split system is another option for home without ducts and/or homes with boilers. This is also a good option for room additions where ductwork is not feasible. A heat pump can be incorporated to provide heating and cooling.

Mini splits are typically small and flexible and are ideal for "zoning" rooms in your home or for heating and cooling individual rooms, each of which can have its own thermostat. Mini splits can also reduce the energy losses sometimes associated with ductwork. Indoor air handlers can be suspended from a ceiling, mounted flush into a drop ceiling, or hung on a wall.

Ductless Air Conditioners

If a room is too hot or too cold, ductless mini-split products can handle it! Split-zoning systems are specifically designed to improve the comfort level in an uncomfortably hot or cold room of an existing building. Because they don't require ductwork, they're the perfect heating and cooling systems for renovating older buildings that were constructed before air conditioning was available — even those with plaster walls and brick facades. The versatility and variety of applications for these systems are virtually unlimited. They're an excellent choice for almost any spot cooling or heating situation, including enclosed sunrooms, upstairs bedrooms, workout rooms, etc.

They're also equipped with an anti-allergen filter and prevent the cross-flow of air with contaminants. And because they are controlled by zone, it's easy to set the controls for the exact room temperature you want.

Solutions for Homeowners Who Have Hot Water Heat

The compressor and evaporator components are housed in separate units; this design feature provides the quietest possible operation for both indoor and outdoor environments. You can gain more usable space to achieve your architectural vision! Ductless mini-split air conditioners are designed to minimize the visual and auditory impact on the environment and are installed in smaller spaces both indoors and out.

For decades, split-zoning air-conditioning and heat pump systems have been the quiet solution for cooling and heating problems around the world. These powerful systems have three main components: an indoor unit, outdoor unit, and remote controller. Installation is as simple as mounting the indoor and outdoor units, connecting the refrigerant lines, and making a few electrical connections.