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Whether you’re replacing an old cooling system or buying a new one, you can rely on the HVAC technicians at TemperaturePro. We sell and install high quality, powerful air conditioning systems including central air, ductless mini splits, and heat pumps.
The APCO-X Air Treatment System works for the whole home. It removes VOCs, mold, bacteria, viruses, allergens, dirt, dander, dust, spores, and more from the air. Are you ready for cleaner, healthier air in your home?
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TemperaturePro provides friendly, reliable, and affordable AC installation and replacement services to the greater Louisville, Kentucky metro area. Pre-scheduled and emergency services available.
At TemperaturePro, we will customize a solution for your unique needs. After evaluating factors such as the size of your home or business, the size of the space that needs AC, your existing heating and cooling setup, and your budget, our HVAC experts will work with you to determine which type of system is the perfect option for you.
“I recently had a new HVAC system installed and am happy with the experience. Jason and Perry both worked with me on putting together several options at my request, including hybrid, heat pump, and traditional gas furnace options. I did a lot of my own research as well, so I was prepared with questions and other pricing info from online research and other quotes. They answered all of my questions, and their quotes were in line with others and even cheaper when I applied special offers available on their website!” – Scott B.
“best heating and air company I have found! reliable friendly and honest” – Elizabeth T.
“Excellent Service. Vert efficient.” – Valerie H.
“They are always on time, straightforward and professional. They saved the day when I had HVAC issues at my house and business” – Doug K.
Purchasing and installing a new air conditioner is a long-term investment. How do you know when it’s the right time to pull the trigger?
Keep these things in mind during your decision-making process:
Central air conditioners are the most common type of cooling systems across the United States. They operate like a giant refrigerator for your home or business.
Composed of three main parts (evaporator, condenser, and compressor), central air or split AC systems run refrigerant through a coil between the evaporator and the condenser.
As the system operates, it removes heat and humidity from the air, then sends the cooled, dehumidified air back through the vents in your home or business.
You may not be familiar with heat pumps. They are made up of an indoor and outdoor unit, and they operate just like an air conditioning system – except they also have the technology to warm your home as well.
Heat pumps extract heat from the home and move it outdoors during the summer, then reverse the process to warm your home during winter.
Heat pumps are a versatile, energy efficient choice for your space. This system works year-round, keeping your home warm in the winter and cool during the summer.
Ductless systems can be easily installed anywhere in your home. These systems are great for additions and renovations, providing comfort at the perfect temperature all year long, no matter the season.
These electric systems are incredibly efficient, using up to 40% less energy to keep your home at your desired temperature.
Ductless mini split air conditioning and heating system is the #1 selling ductless heating and cooling system in the United States.
Join the Total Comfort Club today and start saving big bucks on your HVAC services and repairs. Regular preventative HVAC maintenance lowers your monthly utility bills, reduces the need for expensive repairs, and extends the life of your entire system, delaying the inevitable purchase of a brand new HVAC unit.
We offer our cooling services to both residential and commercial customers. If you’re experiencing AC issues at your school, university, office, store, medical building, or elsewhere, our HVAC technicians can help.