Midwest Mechanical offers expert installation and service on all air conditioning & heating equipment. More families and businesses trust their staff of factory trained, veteran HVAC specialists than any Trane authorized contractor in the Greater Wichita Kansas area. Not all HVAC contractors make a long-term dedication to their communities.
|Address||1722 East Second Street #6|
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Heating, cooling and dehumidifying - heat pumps have it all. Except, perhaps, a name that does their versatility justice. Heat pumps look and function the same as air conditioners for cooling, but in cool months when heat is called for, they reverse operation to provide warmth for your home. When it comes to saving on your energy dollars, moving cool air inside your home with a variable-speed fan coil can make a surprising difference. The Infinity 16 heating pump is known for its super high efficiency.
Enjoy the air you breathe. A properly humidified home can help you breathe more comfortably with less dryness, save on energy costs, reduce static electricity, and even help protect your wood furniture. Air that is too dry soaks up moisture from everything it touches in your home - your woodwork, wood floors and furnishings - not to mention giving you dry skin, chapped lips and a jolt of static electricity. And air with too much moisture can cause condensation and frost on windows, which can damage your window frames.
Bring the outdoors indoors with our TrueFRESH Ventilation Systems. It brings fresh air into your house, even if the all the window are closed. It works to recover heat or cooling from the air leaving the house in any season. What about humidity? TrueFRESH also has energy recovery ventilators (ERVs) that kick into gear on humid days, reducing the amount of humidity coming in. The TrueFRESH 150 CFM Energy Recovery Ventilator provides fresher replacement air while recovering up to 70 percent of the exhausted air's sensible heat, as well as some of the latent heat, by transferring moisture from one air stream to the other.
Geothermal heat pumps use the earth as a heat source in the winter and as a heat storage source in the summer. The ground loop components of a geothermal heating and cooling system can last up to 50 years! Ground and water temperatures, 6 feet below the earth's surface, stay relatively constant throughout the year. This allows the system to provide extremely efficient heating or cooling all year long in virtually any climate. Sometimes the term "environmental comfort system" is used to describe a geothermal heat pump.
We are your Wichita heating experts offering excellent quality of service and competitive rates. We provide our customers with heating solutions, not just products. Our licensed, bonded and insured technicians are trained to maintain and service a variety of heating, and ventilation units. Whether you need Heating repair, maintenance, or replacement we want to be your service provider.
Midwest Mechanical can service your furnace, air conditioner or heat pump and restore your comfort system to optimum efficiency, saving you money. We can also identify potential problems before it is too late, ensuring your comfort all year long. Without regular service, heating, and cooling systems waste energy and are more likely to break down more frequently. Smart monitoring for you HVAC system. Welcome to Sensi Predict helping you say "goodbye" to any HVAC-induced anxieties! This innovative new 10-sensor system monitors your heating & cooling equipment every time it runs and analyzes data on temperature, air flow, voltage, and more.
With plenty of different options, choosing the right air conditioning system for your home may feel daunting, but take a look at the family of air conditioners to find the product that best fits your needs. Brief descriptions have been added to aid in your decision. Today, you have a lot of options for how you cool your home. At Midwest Mechanical, we provide the most energy efficient, reliable machines available. There's an invaluable energy source buried right in your own backyard: the earth itself.