Pacific, MO 63069
Geothermal Heat Pumps Installation, Repair & Maintenance

Pacific-MO-63069 - Heating, Cooling, Furnace & Air Conditioning Installation, Repair & Maintenance

Jim's Heating & Cooling is proud to serve the Pacific community!

We are proud to be part of this community, serving your heating and cooling needs with nearly 50 years of experience. We are the area's premier provider of energy efficient and earth friendly geothermal heat pumps. We offer installation, service, repair and maintenance of geothermal systems with our certified technicians. We are proud to offer the Hydron Module brand. Call us today to learn how a new Geothermal system can provide your home with forced air or radiant heating & cooling, hot water, pool conditioning and ice and snow melt.

Please call us today at 800-286-4822 to consult with our home comfort specialist.

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If Geothermal is not for you and you are looking for traditional heating and cooling products, we can do that too.  Click here to learn more about quality traditional furnacesair conditionersheat pumps and indoor air quality products from Carrier.

About Pacific, MO - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

High 44 and Route 66 parallel through the heart of this historic town Pacific, Missouri.   Franklin, and Jefferson counties call Pacific home and St. Louis and Lambert Airport are just thirty miles northeast.  This town has rich historic roots dating back to the 1800’s and about 6,600 residents reside here today.  Pacific has the wonderful advantages to being a small-town with easy access to metropolitan opportunities.

Centrally located, this town and its surrounding areas offer guests many enjoyable attractions.  Visitors here are sure to take a scenic drive down historic Route 66.  This section of the Route was constructed in 1933 and also goes by the name Osage Street.  Route 66 isn’t the only major transportation route to run through this town.  Both the Union Pacific and Burlington Frisco Railroads make their way through Pacific.  Many buildings including the Red Cedar Inn were built along this historic route.  Today the Inn still looks much like it did in the 1930’s when brother’s James and Bill Smith opened the doors.  In 2003 the Inn was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Meramec Valley Historical Museum is another historic site here in Pacific.  Established in 1999 this museum is dedicated to preserving the rich history of this area.  The museum contains an impressive 500 photographs from local veterans covering the Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War l, and World War ll, Korean Conflict, Vietnam, Gulf War, Afghanistan and Iraq.

Pacific is a small-town that boasts about its quality school systems and ample business opportunities.  These benefits along with Pacific’s variety of weather conditions give residents several more reasons to enjoy living here.  With summer temperatures in the 90’s, drivers on Route 66 have ample opportunity to enjoy beautiful sunny views.  These summer temperatures also give residents a strong desire to own a well maintained air conditioning unit.  Snow and freezing temperatures in the winter bring friends and families inside warm and cozy homes that run efficient furnaces.

Pacific Missouri is must see for history buffs traveling through this part of the state.