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Waukesha Heating and Air Conditioning Repair

Live in Waukesha or Waukesha county in SE WI?  Wondering which company to choose for your heating and air conditioning system maintenance? Lake Country Repair HVAC contractors provide professional, honest and timely service for all your air conditioning and HVAC needs.

Waukesha HVAC Heating Systems

We service both residential and commercial HVAC customers in Waukesha with a smile. Check out our high quality services reviews.

Heating a home can be carried out many ways. Some of the popular heating systems use gas, baseboard electrical energy, propane, and boiler (circulating warm water). In Waukesha, almost all residents are using natural gas for their HVAC system. We deal with servicing all furnace brands.

We've got factory trained and Trane certified professional HVAC contractors. Here are a few brands we can serve:

  • Trane
  • American Standard
  • Carrier
  • Frigidaire
  • Bryant

What Heating and Air Conditioning Services Do We Offer to Waukesha Residents?

  • Air Conditioning installation, repairs as well as regular maintenance
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  • Yearly servicing of electric, gas and zone heating. Individuals, especially in Waukesha Wisconsin, who have larger homes commonly utilize zone heating as they can choose what parts of their house that should be heated or not.
  • Peace of mind

River running through Waukesha Great glaciers once covered Waukesha County, the third most populous county in Wisconsin. Now lush rolling hills, abundant lakes and limestone quarries are just some of the natural wonders around Waukesha. A great area for boating, fishing, swimming, kayaking, canoeing and so much more. The local Waukesha climate has something for everyone. Warm summers for outdoor water activities and winters with snow, skiing, ice-fishing and more, leaving something for everyone.

However, the extremes in temperatures brings the need for both an air conditioner in the summer and even more needed, a good furnace and heating in the winter. Summers with higher humidity also require the usage of a dehumidifier and the dry cold winters often require bringing some moisturize back into the home through a humidifier to keep you comfortable and can help prevent dry sinuses, bloody noses and cracked lips. However, HVAC maintenance and cleanliness is key. A dirty humidifier can breed mold or bacteria and aggravate allergies or asthma.

Did you know there are many different types of humidifiers?

  • Central humidifiers are built into home heating and air conditioning systems and are designed to humidify the whole house.
  • Ultrasonic humidifiers produce a cool mist with ultrasonic vibration.
  • Impeller humidifiers produce a cool mist with a rotating disk.
  • Evaporators use a fan to blow air through a wet wick, filter or belt.
  • Steam vaporizers use electricity to create steam that cools before leaving the machine. Avoid this type of humidifier if you have children; hot water inside this type of humidifier may cause burns if spilled.

Aim for a humidity level between 30 and 50% in your home.If you have a central humidifier installation in your home, have us service and clean it for you to keep the bacteria at bay.

Give our Waukesha Wi HVAC repair experts a call today at (262) 443-4492 for all heating and air conditioning repairs, maintenance or new installation needs.

Waukesha zip codes:53186, 53187, 53188 and 53189.

Heating & Cooling

Your heating & cooling should not call attention to itself with incorrect temperature output or unwanted noise in your home or building.


Appliance Repair

Don't worry about your high-end appliances. We are factory-trained, professionals who want to keep all your appliances running as they should.


Commercial Refrigeration

Keep your refrigeration equipment running at its best. Ask about our regular maintenance program to avoid unwanted equipment downtime.