Washington, MO 63090
Geothermal Heat Pumps Installation, Repair & Maintenance
Jim's Heating & Cooling is proud to serve the Washington 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.
Learn more about geothermal technology and system options:
- Why to choose the Hydron Module brand
- Geothermal Heating & Cooling Benefits
- How Geothermal Heat Pumps Work
- Estimate how much a Geothermal system can save you
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 furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps and indoor air quality products from Carrier.
About Washington, MO - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!
Washington, Missouri is full of rich history and plenty of family friendly activities. If you are traveling through this historic part of the country, Washington is a must see for history buffs of all ages. This historic river town is located off of Interstate 44 between Branson and St. Louis and it sits on the southern banks of the Missouri River in Franklin County.
The town of Washington was originally named St. John Meyers but was later renamed foe our first president, George Washington. Settlers on the trail from Kentucky followed Daniel Boone here in 1799 and in 1833 the immigration of German settlers began. This German populace still exists in Washington today with a population of around 15,000. This town became a railroad and steamboat transportation center as it was established on a natural river landing on the south bank of the Missouri River.
There are 445 sites on the National Register of Historic Places in Washington. The Washington Historical Society Museum and the Firehouse Museum are just two on of the numerous history filled locations to visit in Washington. However, if history is not on your favorite subject, Washington also lies in the heart of Missouri Wine Country. The lush rolling hills and rich agricultural soil make this premier wine country. You can schedule at tour or learn more about the numerous local vineyards on the city's official web site.
Washington is in the continental climate and thus resident’s experiences changing weather with the changing seasons. Winter can bring cool temperatures that drop below freezing and residents are smart to have regular maintenance service done on their furnaces. Summer months with sunny days are ideal for lingering at the local vineyards. With temperatures and humidity both raising above 90 for about a month and a half, a central air conditioning unit is a necessity.
Washington’s rich heritage attracts visitors from all over. With its small-town charm and beautiful landscape you can understand why residents here are proud to call Washington home.