Heating & Air Conditioning installation

Almost 44% of your utility bill goes toward heating and cooling, therefore it's very important to chose the most efficient and effective system for your home. Whether you are replacing your old HVAC system or installing a system in your new home, call Four Winds for a FREE in-home consultation. We proudly serve South Bend, Mishawaka, Granger and Elkhart, Indiana and are licensed to serve Southern Michigan — all of Michiana.


  • Recommend the best heating and air conditioning systems that meets your needs
  • Professional install of HVAC units by our well-trained career-bound service technicians
  • Thorough explanation of your new system and its features
  • Recommend ongoing maintenance to keep your equipment running efficiently
  • Some of your rooms are too hot or cold. Duct problems, inadequate air sealing or insulation could be the cause. If your home is not properly sealed or insulated against air leakage, your system will have to work extra hard.
  • Your home has humidity problems and/or excessive dust. Poorly operating or improperly sized equipment could be to blame. Monthly maintenance of your equipment’s filters may help.
  • Your equipment needs frequent repairs and your energy bills are going up. The age and condition of your heating and cooling equipment may have caused it to become less efficient.
  • Your air conditioner or heat pump is more than 12 years old. Consider replacing it with newer, more efficient and eco-friendly equipment.
  • Your furnace or boiler is more than 15 years old.
  • You leave your thermostat set at one constant temperature. A programmable thermostat allows you to adjust the temperature while you are away and sleeping.
  • Your score on the ENERGY STAR Home Energy Yardstick is below five. That means you’re using more energy at home than most people and are probably paying more than you need to on energy bills.

  • Install a programmable thermostat, so you can preset temperatures for different times of the day.
  • Insulate the water tank and first six feet of hot and cold water pipes connected to the unit.
  • Lower the temperature of your water heater to 120°F. For every 10-degree decrease in temperature, you could save 3%-5% on your utility bill.
  • Install rubber gaskets behind outlets and use switch plates on exterior walls.
  • Install low-flow showerheads.