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Heating and Cooling Solutions

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2430 Lathrop Ave
Racine , WI 53405 (view map)
Phone: (262) 554-6083 FAX: (262) 552-9703 Website: Hours:

Mon – Fri 7 am – 5 pm
24 hr emergancy service available

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Heating & Cooling Solutions LLC has earned a reputation for fair and honest heating and air conditioning service at a reasonable cost in Kenosha, Racine, Milwaukee, and Walworth Counties. We want you to be completely satisfied with our heating and cooling services. Our employees will make every effort to keep you a customer for life.

About Us & What We Do

Mission Statement

Heating & Cooling Solutions LLC installs and services heating and air conditioning systems with the highest quality at the most affordable cost so that our customers can be comfortable in their homes or businesses.

Service Department

All of our technicians at Heating & Cooling Solutions LLC are trained and certified in the heating, air conditioning, and sheet metal industry. We are also trained in safe lead and asbestos practices. We value the opportunity to make our Racine, Kenosha, and Milwaukee customers happier with our heating and cooling services.

If you live in southeastern Wisconsin, you understand how it important it is to have both heating and cooling systems functioning perfectly at all times. We understand your needs and are prepared to reach the highest standard of service for furnace repair, air conditioner repair, and more.


Our installation department installs Furnaces, Air Conditioners, Solar Panels, Hot Water Storage Tanks or Water Heaters, Humidifiers, Air Cleaners, and many other types of residential and commercial HVAC systems. We are also an authorized Lennox and Trane dealer. If you are looking for cutting edge technology like on-demand hot water, solar, mini-splits, or hybrid systems, then you have come to the right place. You can save energy and lower your heating & air conditioning costs with these and other high-efficiency energy saving products. Our Kenosha and Racine-based sales department gives free estimates for all equipment replacements.


Does your Furnace or Air Conditioning system need service? Heating & Cooling Solutions LLC services most makes and models for your residential and commercial HVAC equipment. With our competitive pricing, we can provide service for most income levels. Our fee includes a diagnostic evaluation of your equipment and a quote for any needed repairs. You have the option to accept or decline the repair before any work is performed.

  • Residential & Commercial
  • 410A Refrigerant Specialist
  • Family Owned & Operated
  • Same Day Service
  • Service All Makes & Models
  • Competitive Pricing
  • FREE In Home Estimates
  • Installation and Replacement

Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

Q. Do you charge for estimates?
A. We give free estimates on installations. For service and repairs, we charge a combined trip charge / diagnostic fee. There is a extra fee for after-hour calls.
Q. What brands do you service?
A. We service most makes and models.
Q. What brands do you install?
A. We specialize in Trane but have access to most major brands.
Q. What is the differance between R-22(Freon) and R-410(Puron)?
A. The term freon is a widely misused term. Freon is a brand name for Dupont’s refrigerants. It’s like calling tissue paper Kleenex. We are about to enter another stage of refrigerant phase out as established by the Montreal Protocol. Starting in 2010 air conditioning manufactures will no longer be able to use Refrigerant r-22 in newly manufactured equipment. The permanent replacement for r-22 is r-410. Most major manufactures have been selling units with r-22 and r-410 for a few years. After 2010 r-22 will still be available for repair of existing systems, but be warned the price of r-22 is already starting to rise. If you are in the market for a new air conditioning system it is definitely in your best interest to insist on one with ozone friendly r-410.

Air Conditioning Questions

Q. Is there a ban on Freon?
A. Freon is a misused term as it refers to a brand name of refrigerant, not a actual refrigerant. Currently refrigerant r-22 is the most common refrigerant used in air conditioning systems. Starting in January of 2010 manufactures will no longer be able to use r-22 in any newly manufactured Air Conditioning units. The new refrigerant that is replacing r-22 is ozone friendly r-410. We have been installing systems with r-410 for several years now, but will still have systems available in r-22 until the deadline.

Q. If r-410 if is currently available why would anyone install a system with the old refrigerant r-22?
A. Cost, r-410 systems cost more than r-22 systems to install. However each year as production ramps up the gap has gotten smaller. We expect that in 2008 that cost will be almost identical.

Q. Can I cool my house if I do not have ductwork?
A. Yes there are several options for thoses who do not have a conventional duct system including the Unico Minature duct system and Ductless Mini Split Systems.
Q. What size air conditioner do I need for my house?
A. There are several factors that go into sizing your system including the square footage of your house, how much insulation you have, shading, how much glass you have, just to name a few. Only a qualified estimater can size your system for peak efficiency and proper operation.


Local Rewards

Reward Details: Get $25.00 off service calls with repair purchase, not valid with other offers (Expires: Never)


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