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about us

At Northwind Heating and Air, INC., we are proud to be a locally owned and operated business in the Central Valley of California. We provide our customers with a unique blend of advanced technology and old-fashioned service. Our experienced team of HVAC professionals works hard to ensure the complete satisfaction of each and every customer. We strive to stay up-to-date with the latest trends in HVAC technology so that we can provide our customers with the highest quality service


We aim to provide our customers with the best HVAC services in the area. Our team of highly trained staff are friendly and knowledgeable, and always go the extra mile to make sure that our customers are happy.

We believe that customer satisfaction should always come first, and that’s why we only use the best parts and materials when servicing your home. We take pride in our work, and will do whatever it takes to make sure that your HVAC needs are taken care of.


Frequently asked questions

  • How often should I get my unit serviced?
    Generally, you should service your unit twice a year, once in the fall and the other in the spring. This will ensure that the parts are functioning, everything is clean and in good condition before use.
  • Is refrigerant required to make my unit cool?
    Yes, refrigerant is required to produce cool air. Sometimes a unit will leak freon due to a malfunction. To avoid further damage and costly repairs we recommend that your freon be filled to manufacturer's standards.
  • How often should I change my air Filters?
    Your air filters should be replaced every one to three months depending on usage. This is highly important to the performance of you HVAC system.
  • What is included in a summer service?
    · Cleans, dust, and removes debris from electrical component department · Washes outdoor condenser coil · Inspects indoor evaporator coil · Checks all electrical components and connections for proper voltage and secured properly · Inspect all motor and outdoor motors for bearing play and amp readings · Check freon level and delta t to ensure system is cooling properly and efficiently · Thermostat setting assessment · Safety controls · Check drip pan and condensation drain lines · Inspect air flow · Check for any damage to the A/C unit · Check filters: Filters are an additional $10/ea.
  • What is included in a Winter Service
    · Check thermostat · Testing of temperature split · Check system pressures · Perform amp draw on all motors · Rinse condenser coils with water (for heat pumps only) · Check evaporator coil (for heat pumps only) · Clean electrical connections · Test capacitors & operations · Test safety & limit switches · Clean burners · Check heat exchanger · Inspect pilot system. · Check contactor · Check filters: Filters are an additional $10/ea.
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