We offer a wide selection of commercial HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) products, including:
AC Units (Central, Split, Wall)
Heating Systems (Gas, Electric, Solar, Forced Air, Hydronic)
Ventilators (Humidifiers, Electronic Air Cleaners)
Digital Thermostats and WiFi enabled
Design/Build HVAC Construction
Sheet Metal Fab & Install
Piping for Boilers, Chillers
Ventilation & Exhaust
Chillers & Process Cooling
Computer Server Rooms/Data Centers
Dust Collection Systems
Roof Top Unit Replacements
Air Quality Management
Nail and Hair Salons
Why HVAC Matters
As your heating and cooling system ages, it can lose efficiency and even break. If you choose just any contractor, it can lead to a costly and prolonged operation. So when you need any service for your heating, ventilation or air conditioning systems, you can count on Feldman Heating & Cooling to get the job done right.
All Under One Roof
We provide full service for all your HVAC needs, from purchasing and selling to installations and repair-work. We also carry ENERGY STAR rated heating and cooling systems that can help you save up to 30% on energy costs. So don't wait to get your system repaired or installed. Call us today to get the best support available to meet your needs, schedule and budget.
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For After Hours & Emergency Service the customer needs to call (585) 288-2050 for an immediate response.
“It’s not the heat; it’s the humidity.” This cliché sums up a major problem with high humidity: excessive moisture in the air makes you feel hotter than hot. You’re sticky, sweaty, and all-around miserable.
When there’s high humidity inside, it’s even worse. High indoor humidity is super-uncomfortable because there’s no escape. Beyond simple discomfort, excessive moisture can make you sick with allergies or breathing problems. It may also harm your house, in the form of mold, rot, and structural damage.
The Department of Energy reports that in a typical home, heating and cooling accounts for more than half of the energy used. This means this is the largest energy expense for the average American home. This also means that warm air leaking into your home during the summer months translates into wasting tons of energy dollars. Here’s some preventive measures you can take to avoid wasting both energy and money in your home.