Mauger & Company is one of the Delaware Valley's leading providers of domestic and commercial heating oils, HVAC products and services including installation and servicing of air conditioning and gas heat systems. Mauger & Company has gained a reputation as one of the area's finest domestic and commercial professional lawn care services.

Contact Details

  City West Chester, PA
  Zip Code 19380
  Address 300 Lawrence Drive # C
  Phone Number (610) 429-8200

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Family of Companies held the 7th Annual C.A. Mauger Memorial Golf Outing on August 10, 2020. The event was held at the beautiful Penn Oaks Club in West Chester, PA. Over the last seven years you have helped us raise over $100,000 for the PA Vets Foundation, where $0.97 of every dollar donated goes to help a PA Veteran. Cozy in the winter and comfortably cool in the summer. Isn't that how we want to feel when we walk through the front door of our home? We believe that heating and cooling of the home should be transparent, something about which one rarely needs to think.

Founded in 1964 by Clyde A. Mauger Jr., we are one of the oldest family owned and operated businesses in Chester County. Clyde A. Mauger, III took over as President in 2002, who everyone knew and respected as "Bud" Mauger. His personality could soften the hardest heart and his smile would light up the room. He and his father defined the word "class." After the untimely passing of Bud in May 2010 followed by the passing of the revered Mr. Mauger at 100 years old in November 2010, the company remained a family owned and operated business.

We at the Mauger Family of Companies pride ourselves at being the best around in helping our friends, you the homeowner decide the properly sized furnace at a price with which you can afford to keep you cozy and warm on those long, cold winter nights. Furnaces come in many sizes and shapes and more importantly, efficiency rating. The minimum is 80% efficient up to just over 95% efficiency as measured by the industry standard Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE). This means that you would be able to cut your energy bill by up to 50% over a unit that was about 10 years old.

All over the television, radio, and internet, homeowners are bombarded with advertisements from HVAC companies who make big promises about their heating system installation practices. At Mauger & Co. and our subsidiaries, we know that money spent on high dollar billboards, SEPTA bus wraps, and expensive morning news commercials would have to be passed along to you, the customer. That is why we invite customers to compare our heating system installation prices with those of the big corporate heating companies.

Helping guide you toward the perfect HVAC unit takes a lot of knowledge on our part. With the growing interest in eco-friendly living, it is now almost a given that potential customers will ask about energy efficiency when looking to purchase a new system for their home. It becomes our duty to be able to articulate exactly what each designation means and how each will impact them. The output of modern HVAC units is measured by the seasonal energy efficiency rating (SEER) as well as the energy efficiency rating (EER) which is used more in extremely high temperature climates.

What is the only thing worse than having your air conditioner act up in the middle of a hot summer? Your furnace giving up in the middle of a harsh winter. To prevent having to huddle around the fire for warmth while waiting for a contractor to arrive, take a few simple steps now and then sit back and enjoy your warm, cozy home. First and foremost, let the highly trained and motivated technicians from one of the Mauger & Co., Inc. companies service your heating/hot water equipment. We offer a large selection of service plan contracts all of which include a free, annual cleaning that includes a multi-point inspection, a nozzle, filter and strainer change, and a chimney inspection.

Mostly, homeowners have two separate units in their homes; one to heat it and one for cooling. There is an energy saving alternative. It is called a heat pump. A heat pump can do the work of both a heater and an air conditioner. It uses an outside unit and an air handler with a variable speed blower hidden somewhere in the ductwork inside the house. In the summer, the heat pump draws heat out of your home and expels it outside to cool the house. In the winter, it works in reverse as it draws heat from the outside air and transfer it into your home to heat it.