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Airtron Heating & Air Conditioning

Finding a reliable HVAC contractor in a busy metropolis like Indianapolis is no easy undertaking but it’s a necessity, especially when it starts to get hot. The importance of having a heating and air conditioning company in your area that you can call on is can’t be understated. Whether you require heating or AC repairs, a […]

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HVAC of Indiana In the News

The Heating and Air Conditioning Alliance of Indiana was recently featured on WTHR 13 for their efforts to serve families in need by service furnaces for free and keep their homes warm through the winter. Since 2004 we have been able to help 1,000 families. This year along we have been able to help 100 […]

New Confined Spaces Regulations

Encased you missed it in the busyness of the New Year, the Department of Labor OSHA has changed the Regulations on confined spaces. Make sure you and your business are update to date on the new requirements. Click Here For the Official Regulations Page

Why you should use a licensed Marion County Contractor?

Many  HVAC installers charge a lessor fee because they have not obtained proper licensing.  HVAC companies who are not properly licensed are often in business one day but non-existent the next. Equipment installed by a company operating without a license voids the equipment warranty. A minimum amount of liability, workers compensation, and bond is required. There should […]

Bring The Heat 2015 – Partnering to Provide Service to Low Income Homeowners.

  The Heating and Air Conditioning Alliance partnered with INHP to perform 100 tune ups and safety inspections on low income housing. A number of systems each year end up being replaced at no charge to the homeowners. Suppliers to the industry provide equipment and parts and contractor volunteers provide the labor. Indianapolis Power and […]