The HVAC industry is worth $57 billion each year and is primarily responsible for home heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. The market segmentation for the HVAC industry is pretty wide ranging from furnaces, boilers, heaters, and humidifiers. In recent years this industry has only seen a percentage drop as demand for repairs and maintenance services have decreased in demand. As the real estate market increases, the HVAC industry is expected to grow. Recent and proposed government initiatives to promote energy consumption reduction will help to promote more energy efficient units and competition among manufacturers. The following list of HVAC company names from coast to coast of the United States are meant to encourage the development of your own brand.
Abacus Plumbling and Air Conditioning
Aces A/C Supply Inc.
ACT Air Conditioning
Air By Tharling
Air Innovations LLC
Air Temperature Inc.
AirPro Air Conditioning & Heating
Airtron Heating and Air Conditioning
AJ Warren Services Co.
Alief Heating & Air Conditioning
Alpha & Omega Air Conditioning
Atlas Comfort Systems USA
Bates Air Conditioning & Service Co. Inc.
Century A/C Supply
Courtesy Air Conditioning & Heating
Custom Air Products & Services Inc.
Environmental Air Systems Inc.
Indoor Air Inc.
Knox Service Company
Luna Air Conditioning
Northwind Air Conditioning
One call Services
One Hour Air Conditioning and Heating
Patrick’s AC & Heating
Premier Air Conditioning & Heating
Residential and Commercial AC Services
Space City Mechanical
The Lee Thompson Company
Transtar A/C Supply Inc.
United Air Conditioning Supply
Village Plumbing and Home Services
Making upgrades and maintaining a HVAC system can save homeowners up to $500 a year. So ways to measure your own system’s efficiency include upgrading to energy star qualified units, sealing and insulating ducks, and installing a programmable thermostat. The infographic below outlines additional maintenance tips to consider.