Whether it'sheating, cooling, or the improving the air quality of your home or business, rest assured that Redmond Heating and Air has the right product for you. With quality products and packages from American Standard, Redmond Heating and Air will meet your needs and provide you with the best heating, air conditioning, and indoor air quality solution.
This hybrid all-in-one heating and air conditioning unit is perfect for homes with limited space or unique configurations that prevent separate heating and cooling systems. With two fuel choices, this all-in-one heating and cooling system will keep your home comfortable all year long.
Your choice of energy sources and customized comfort
GOLD 14 ALL-IN-ONE HVAC SYSTEM HIGHLIGHTS
Get greater control of energy costs and lower your environmental impact with three stages of heating and two fuel choices with this all-in-one heating and air conditioning unit.
Quietest performance on the market.
This all-in-one HVAC system's stylish, streamlined cabinet design is ideal for homes with limited space.
Leaves you feeling cooler and more comfortable by removing unwanted humidity from the air.
Keeps temperature even from room to room with its quiet, variable-speed blower motor.
This all-in-one heating and cooling unit surpasses government efficiency standards.
Quiet, efficient Vortica™ Advanced Airflow System improves airflow throughout your home.
Provides more efficient and reliable cooling, thanks to its exclusive Spine Fin™ coil and durable Duration™ compressor.
Stands strong with a reinforced all-steel cabinet and weather-beater top.
*Potential energy savings may vary depending on your lifestyle, system settings, equipment maintenance, local climate, home construction and installation of equipment and duct system.
Mini-split heat pumps make for great
retrofit options for houses with non-ducted
heating systems. They are also a good choice
for room additions where expanding existing
ductwork or adding additional ducting isn't
Why Have My Ducts Cleaned?
Research has demonstrated that Heating,
Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
system maintenance may allow them to run
more efficiently by removing debris from
sensitive mechanical components. Clean
systems are less likely to break down, have
a longer life span, and generally operate
more effectively than dirty systems. HVAC
systems have been shown to act as a
collection source for a variety of
contaminants that have the potential to
affect health such as mold, fungi, bacteria
and very small dust particles, the removal
of such contaminants from the HVAC system
and home should be considered one component
in an overall plan to improve indoor air