Proudly Serving Hales Corners, Waukesha & Menomonee Falls

We Service and Repair All Makes & Models

We serve the following areas:

Milwaukee, Franklin, Hales Corners, Muskego, Waukesa, Germantown, Cedarburg, Pewaukee, Wauwatosa, Hartland, Delafield, New Berlin, Brookfield, Elm Grove, Oak Creek, Menomonee Falls, Sussex, Franklin

24HR Emergency Service

Your comfort is important to us – don’t wait, get the problem fixed today

Hales Corners Office

10700 Parnell Ave
Hales Corners, WI 53130
414-425-1390

Waukesha
Menomonee Falls

Residential/Commercial Heating & Air Conditioning Maintenance

Comfort you can count on all 4 seasons long – general service & early detection of problems that will occur in the future

General Electrical Repair

Whether you need a complete re-wiring of your home or if you need just one room to be serviced, we can help

Looking to install electrical wiring into your brand new home or you’re just looking to add in a new light fixture? Hales Corners Heating and Air Conditioning can help you whatever your needs, no matter how big or small they are.

We can provide the following services, whether they are commercial or residential:

  • access control systems
  • adding electrical outlets
  • agricultural grow lighting
  • aluminum wiring replacement
  • generators, basement wiring
  • ceiling fan installation
  • circuit additions
  • commercial new construction
  • residential new construction
  • computer, phone, and cable TV wiring
  • electric meter installation
  • exit signs lighting
  • emergency electrical repairs
  • general electric for residential and commercial
  • light fixture installation
  • general lighting maintenance
  • remodeling services
  • surge protection
  • and more

We offer expert installation & repair services on a variety of types of heating systems

Forced Air Heating Systems

One of the most common central heating systems, forced air heating systems are present in nearly 35 million American homes today. A forced-air heating system draws the room air through ductwork to a furnace, where the air is filtered and heated. The warmed air is then blown back into the rooms through other ductwork. The system’s ductwork is usually metal wrapped in insulation to help keep in heat. In some cases, flexible ductwork is preferred.

Forced Air Heating System Options

It goes without saying that not all forced air heating systems have the same performance standards. The first thing you need to decide is how much many you’re willing to spend on your heating installation and what your priorities are. Noise level, energy-efficiency, comfort level, and overall convenience are all important considerations that can vary widely between different heating units.

Take a moment and think about what you’ve most liked and disliked in heating systems in the past. Are you easily irritated by noise? Do you hate seeing that utility bill every month? Do you feel like you have cold toes and suffocating breathing in the winter? How long and harsh is the winter where you live? This will help you decide which forced air heating system to choose.

Furnace Design in Forced Air Heating Systems

Furnaces come in “upflow,” “downflow” and “horizontal” models designed to accommodate basement, attic, or limited-space installation. The terms mean exactly what they seem to mean. With older gravity furnaces, the heated air is delivered by natural convection, not by a blower; the warmed air simply rises through the ducts to heat the rooms above. The larger your home, the bigger furnace you’ll need. Larger homes will probably also need to create multiple zones to create relatively even heating throughout your home. It’s probably best to talk to a HVAC contractor before determining the best design for your home.

24 Hour Emergency Service:

There will be no charge for service calls on all covered parts even after regular business hours, provided your heating equipment is not making heat.

Covered Replacement Parts:

There will be no charge for labor or parts to pair your existing heating unit as determined by our technicians.

Hydronic Heating Systems

One of the most common central heating systems, forced air heating systems are present in nearly 35 million American homes today. A forced-air heating system draws the room air through ductwork to a furnace, where the air is filtered and heated. The warmed air is then blown back into the rooms through other ductwork. The system’s ductwork is usually metal wrapped in insulation to help keep in heat. In some cases, flexible ductwork is preferred.

Hydronic heating is a very energy efficient way of heating a building. Tubing is installed underneath the floors, along baseboards and through radiators. Hot water is then pushed through the tubing, which then heats the building. This is also known as radiant heating.

The water is usually heated in an energy efficient boiler. A thermostat controls how hot the water gets and then the plumbing directs the water through the various locations in the building. Each room can have its own personalized, steady temperature.

Remember those morning you made what feels like a long journey from your bed to your shower because of the cold tiles in your home? With a hydronic heating system, you will have a soothing experience instead!

Oil Heating Systems

We work to ensure that you Oil Heat System runs smooth and soundly. Preventive Maintenance.

All oil heat service plans include preventive maintenance with annual inspections. We will conduct the following maintenance:

  • vacuum of unit
  • oil heat burner conditioning
  • burner nozzle replacement
  • oil filter cartridge change
  • safety controls check
  • motor, blower and pump lubrication
  • chimney draft checks combustion and ignition adjustments
  • control inspections
  • efficiency testing and adjustments for maximum performance

We work with you to find the best solution that fits both your needs and budget.

Residential Air Conditioning

Are you looking for air conditioning units for your home or apartment complex? Hales Corners Heating and Air Conditioning has you covered. Whatever your needs are, we can install the exact air conditioning unit that is beneficial to you, your living situation.

Choosing an air conditioner for your home is an important decision. Comfort, energy efficiency and cutting down your bills are all important factors.

Ductless Mini Split

A ductless mini split system are a good retrofit heating solution for houses that don’t have non-ducted heating systems. These systems are compatible with hydronic, radiant panels and space heaters.

These systems are also useful for rooms that cannot sustain an installation of ductwork or rooms that only require a small space to be heated. These systems are “split” because they have two components: an outdoor compressor/condenser and an indoor air-handling unit.

This system has several advantage, such as they’re small in size and flexible to work with just about any type of room. Since each zone of a building can be individually controlled by a thermostat, this save energy and money. Since our ductless mini split systems are ductless, they avoid the potential loss of energy commonly associated with ductwork. If a ductwork is improperly installed or sealed, 30% or more of energy consumption is wasted.

Rooftop Air Conditioners

Rooftop air conditioners are very popular and cool more than half of American’s small commercial buildings from hospitals to restaurants to office buildings to schools. What is the purpose of a rooftop air conditioner? One main reason is that it is out of the way and therefore, doesn’t look unattractive to the typical customer.

The most common type of rooftop air conditioner uses duct work to distribute the cooling air around the building. However, there are options for mini-duct and mini-split air conditioning systems. Rooftop air conditioning systems are also beneficial for buildings that receive a minimal amount of direct sunlight during mid-day. They’re very efficient and effective if installed properly.

Looking to install electrical wiring into your brand new home or you’re just looking to add in a new light fixture – we can help you whatever your needs

PROVIDING THE FOLLOWING RESIDENTIAL / COMMERCIAL SERVICES

  • access control systems
  • adding electrical outlets
  • agricultural grow lighting
  • aluminum wiring replacement
  • generators, basement wiring
  • ceiling fan installation
  • circuit additions
  • commercial new construction
  • residential new construction
  • computer, phone, and cable TV wiring
  • electric meter installation
  • exit signs lighting
  • emergency electrical repairs
  • general electric for residential and commercial
  • light fixture installation
  • general lighting maintenance
  • remodeling services
  • surge protection
  • and more

Hales Corners

10700 Parnell Ave
Hales Corners, WI 53130
Phone: 414-425-1390

Waukesha

Division of Hales Corners
Heating & Air Conditioning
Phone: 262-544-4328

Menomonee Falls

Division of Hales Corners
Heating & Air Conditioning
Phone: 262-251-9900