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Universal EPA 608 H.V.A.C. Certification

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PA Winterization Program

Specializing in High Efficiency Solutions

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P.O. Box 180
Bellefonte, PA 16823

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Residential and Commercial H.V.A.C. Services

Ishler’s Plumbing, Heating, & Electrical is your full service Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning contractor. Our highest priority is providing quality residential and commercial installation and service.

HVAC (pronounced either ‘H-V-A-C” or “H-VAK”) is an acronym that stands for “heating, ventilation and air-conditioning.” Often installed into a single system, these three functions of the HVAC system are closely interrelated to provide thermal comfort and to maintain good indoor air quality. HVAC is sometimes referred to as climate control because it provides heating, cooling, humidity control, filtration, fresh air, building pressure control, and comfort control.

In recognition of our superior service standards, we are your exclusive full line dealer for Armstrong Air, Goodman, and other heating and cooling products.


A/C Services

Our HVAC technicians are trained to install, service, and repair all makes and models of major brand Central Air Conditioning Units. Please call today for your free installation estimate, service, or repair in your home or small business!

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Ventilation, the "V" in HVAC is what keeps the air in your home healthy. Ventilation is really important because a home without healthy air can make allergies and some illnesses worse as well as make perfectly healthy individuals feel not-so-well. Some estimate that North Americans spend more than 90% of their time indoors and much of that indoors time is spent at home. There are simple steps you can take to insure that your home is being properly ventilated. Many HVAC systems come with ventilation systems but it's not enough for providing a balanced ventilation throughout your house. Other ventilation methods, such as exhaust fans in the kitchen, bathroom fans and attic fans are all essential for keeping your home moisture and bacteria free. While ventilation doesn't guarantee a 100% moisture and pollutant free home, it can guarantee very close to that percentage if you utilize proper ventilation methods. Call Ishler’s to come check your ventilation systems to make sure that a) you have sufficient ventilation throughout your home and b) that all of the ventilation systems are working properly.

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Heating Services

Ishler’s HVAC technicians are trained to install, service, and repair all makes and models of major brand Heating System & Equipment. Please call today for your free installation estimate, service, or repair in your home or small business!

Purchasing a new Heating System should not be a frustrating experience. At Ishler’s , our professional Heating technicians will provide you with all of the information you will need to make the best choice for you and your family. We will install a system designed for your needs, with maximum efficiency, at a price you are comfortable with. Ishler’s performs all installations to manufacturers standards to ensure an accurate SEER rating and proper airflow.

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Indoor Air Quality

Ishler’s professionally trained Air Quality Technicians can test, assess and remediate your indoor air quality problems. We have a host of tools at our disposal to fix the problem so that you can enjoy your home safely and comfortably including:

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It is recommended that you schedule maintenance on your heating and air conditioning systems twice annually by a licensed HVAC contractor.

The HVAC tune-up should do the following:

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HVAC Resources

Alliance to Save Energy: Information about HVAC systems specific to the hospitality industry

U.S. Department of Energy: Description of basic components of an HVAC system and how to maximize its efficiency components/hvac/

ENERGY STAR®: Information about heating and cooling management, products and maintenance

ASHRAE: American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers

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