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Keeping your home or business comfortable throughout the year requires proper maintenance of your climate control system. To make sure your heating and cooling equipment is able to work at peak efficiency, call High Mark Heating & Cooling for an HVAC contractor you can depend on for top-notch workmanship, exceptional value, great service, heating and air conditioning installations and for a free estimate on a new system.

High Mark Heating & Cooling’ co-owners, Tim McConnell & Matt McArthur, bring you nearly 50 years of experience in all aspects of HVAC installation, repair, and maintenance in North Idaho. As a full-service heating and cooling contractor, we also provide HVAC design and installation services for residential and light commercial construction projects. We offer duct design and fabrication services, as well as system recommendations and load calculations, based on years of experience in the HVAC installation and repair business. Contact us today for a free estimate on a new HVAC system.

As a local HVAC company, we’re committed to providing our customers with unmatched service, expertise, and value. When you call us in to take a look at an issue, our trained and experienced technician will quickly diagnose your furnace, boiler, or A/C’s problem and recommend a cost-effective solution for repairing and maintaining your system. At High Mark Heating & Cooling, we also advise preventative annual maintenance, which will help make sure your heating and air conditioning systems are working properly whenever extreme temperatures hit the area. Regular maintenance eliminates the need for avoidable HVAC repairs and will help extend the life of your furnace, central air conditioning equipment, and other parts of your climate control system. We’re the HVAC contractors you can rely on for every heating, cooling, and ventilation service that your home or business requires.