Crown Wheele HVAC | Valparaiso’s Longest Running Furnace & AC Repair
As Valparaiso’s longest running HVAC contractor, you can be confident that our certified technicians are qualified to keep your family safe, comfortable, and warm.
We’ll help you find the best HVAC solutions while saving you money on your heating and air conditioning bills.
Most importantly, you can count on your HVAC installation, repair or maintenance will be done right the first time. Guaranteed!
Valparaiso’s Best HVAC Exceeds Expectation & the Industries Best Warranty
A Reputation you can Count On!
Crown Wheele exceeds Bryant’s industry leading standards by offering a full year extended warranty on every new Bryant HVAC we install.
You’ll sleep better knowing Crown Wheele protects you with a two year labor warranty and a ten year parts warranty.
You’ll also benefit from a Two-year replacement warranty and a 10-year replacement warranty on evolution equipment and a one year warranty on all repairs.
As a Bryant HVAC Dealer, we believe in doing the job right the first time! This means making sure you buy the right Bryant Furnace or Air Conditioner.
While we believe Bryant is unequalled in technology, performance, and value, the best HVAC unit is the one that fits your unique needs. We start every relationship by carefully listening to you so that we can help you find the best HVAC within your budget.
For 75 years, we built our relationships in Valpo by helping people find the best possible solutions. This starts by helping you find the right air conditioner or heater and continues through proper installation, ventilation, maintenance and repairs.
Don’t Hire an HVAC Contractor without This! license, bonded, insured
Most unlicensed contractors do not carry liability and/or workers’ compensation insurance. As a homeowner, you are financially responsible for damage that occurs to your home from the installation.
Lack of workers compensation insurance held by an unlicensed contractor can also mean you’re legally responsible in the event of worker injury or death while working on your project. In the absence of a properly licensed contractor on your job site, the courts typically consider homeowners to be the official “contractor,” fully responsible for legal and financial liability claims.