Explore Our Diverse Range of

Other HVAC Services

At Harding Plumbing & Heating, we offer a range of other HVAC services that are great alternatives to traditional heating and cooling solutions. Whether you’re looking to heat your garage, improve your indoor air quality with air filters, or install a backup generator for emergencies, our team of experienced technicians can help you find the right solution for your needs.

Never Be Left in the Dark With Our

Reliable Generators

Generators are backup power systems that can provide electricity to your home or business during power outages or other emergencies. Having a generator can help you avoid the inconvenience and potential hazards of being without power.

At Harding Plumbing & Heating, our experienced technicians can help you select and install the right generator for your needs. We’ll work with you to understand your power requirements and provide recommendations based on our expertise. With a reliable generator in place, you can have peace of mind knowing that you’ll have power when you need it most.

Experience the Benefits of Clean Air With​

Air Filter Solutions​

Using an air filter is an important part of maintaining good indoor air quality in your home. The air filter in your HVAC system helps to remove dirt, dust, allergens, and other particles from the air, keeping it clean and healthy to breathe. Over time, these filters become clogged and less effective, which can lead to reduced airflow and increased energy costs.

Maintaining your air filters can keep your HVAC system running efficiently and extend its lifespan. Our experienced technicians can help you choose the right air filter for your needs and ensure that it is properly installed and maintained for optimal performance.

Enjoy a Year-Round Workspace With

Garage Heating Systems

If you’re looking for a heating solution for your garage, there are a variety of HVAC systems available that can do the job. From electric heaters to gas-fired units, there are options to suit every budget and preference. However, it’s important to choose the right system for your needs to ensure efficient heating and to prevent wasted energy and money.

Harding Plumbing & Heating provides custom garage heating solutions that are designed to meet the unique requirements and preferences of each customer. Their team of skilled technicians will collaborate with the customer to create a heating system that is tailored to their specific needs and budget so you can enjoy a warm and comfortable garage space all year long.

Say Goodbye to Fossil Fuels WIth​

Heat Pump (and Cooling) Systems

Heat pumps are a type of HVAC system that uses electricity to move heat from one place to another. They provide both heating and cooling, making them versatile for year-round use.

Unlike traditional heating systems that burn fossil fuels, heat pumps are more energy-efficient and eco-friendly, making them a great choice for residential users who want to reduce their carbon footprint and save money on their energy bills. They also offer zoned heating and cooling, allowing homeowners to control the temperature of individual rooms for increased comfort and efficiency.

Maximize Home Space With

Packaged HVAC Systems

Packaged HVAC systems combine the components of a traditional split-system into a single unit that can be installed outside your home. Designed for either heating and cooling or cooling only, these systems come in various configurations to accommodate different requirements and performance needs.

Packaged HVAC systems can also be great space-saving options for homes with no basement or limited indoor space. Take advantage of the convenience, energy efficiency, and cost savings of packaged HVAC systems resulting in reduced energy bills and a more eco-friendly home.

No Ductwork? No Problem With

Mini Split Systems

If you’re looking for a heating and cooling solution that doesn’t require ductwork, consider HVAC mini-split systems. These systems utilize an outdoor compressor unit that connects to one or more indoor air handlers through a small conduit, providing zoned temperature control.

Each indoor air handler can be controlled separately, which means you can have a different temperature in each room. Plus, since they don’t rely on ductwork, mini-split systems are perfect for older buildings or room additions where ductwork installation isn’t practical or cost-effective.