Air Conditioning: Helping Pittsburgh Stay Cool.

Trane Comfort Specialist LogoThe summer months in the Pittsburgh area are unpredictable. Make sure you are prepared whether humid, hot or both. Frew’s premiere Pittsburgh Air Conditioning, Central Air and Refrigeration services can offer the comfort that your family deserves when you need it. Frew Pittsburgh Air Conditioning, Central Air and Refrigeration services offer more than repair and installation of air conditioners and refrigeration units, we use our 90 years of experience to make your home more efficient and eco-friendly.

Every other year, the U.S Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) conduct a national survey measuring home prices, conditions, maintenance costs, and other relevant data. The survey also takes an in-depth look at 25 to 30 individual metro areas on an ever-changing basis. The median year built of a home in Pittsburgh was 1955 vs the national average of 1974. Many of the homes we visit have no central air cooling systems. Look for Frew Pittsburgh Air Conditioning, Central Air, and Refrigeration services to bring its customer’s state-of-the-art central air conditioning systems that will keep your family cool and help the environment.

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The Pittsburgh region has many homes that have no means to cool the inside air. Central air conditioning is provided by outdoor cooling units.
Some of these systems are usually old and not efficient, costing the homeowner hundreds of dollars during the hot summer months in Pittsburgh. Frew Plumbing, Heating & Cooling offer a variety of efficient new central air conditioning systems.
We service original and existing air conditioning units. No matter what method of cooling your Pittsburgh home uses, central air conditioning or mini splits, Frew Pittsburgh Air Conditioning, Central Air and Refrigeration services can repair or install the new system you need . We are your local Trane comfort specialist!

We also can bring you the cost-effective and environmentally friendly options needed to keep the Pittsburgh region cool, clean, and safe.