HVAC Brands in St. Louis
McQuerry's 24 HR Heating and Air makes it a point to carry only the very best brands in the business so our customers know they are getting quality. Our brands also carry some of the best warranties available, thus protecting the investment that St. Louis residents make.
Amana is most known for creating the first walk-in cooler, and the company's innovation can be seen across the nation. Amana's products have always been built to last, and they offer some of the most energy efficient options on the market.
Charles Bryant began a tradition of excellent customer service and furnaces and air conditioners in 1904. Bryant holds itself to the highest standards, performing testing above and beyond industry standards.
Carrier began with Willis Carrier in 1902 when he invented modern air conditioning. His invention is what still allows for improved comfort in homes and offices throughout the country.
Goodman has been a well known name in indoor comfort for many years. It's no surprise since the founder, Harold Goodman, was once an air conditioning contractor himself. Goodman has grown to be one of the largest manufacturer's of residential heating and cooling products.
Lennox has brought us some of the greatest HVAC inventions since 1895 including the riveted-steel furnace and a solar-assisted home comfort system. They are also a four-time winner of the ENERGY STAR® Manufacturing Partner of the Year award, for offering such high efficiency systems.
Rheem has been manufacturing quality water heaters since 1930 and grew to offer furnaces and air conditioners before 1960. Rheem is now a global brand, covering pretty much anything having to do with heating and cooling.
Over a century ago Edwin Ruud became the inventor of the first automatic gas water heater and soon his business expanded to offer heating and cooling solutions. It's the company's continued promise of quality that keeps customers hooked on RUUD today.
TRANE started as a father and son duo who had a dream and discovered many innovative products along the way including the convector radiator in 1923. TRANE continues to be a leader in new air conditioning and heating technologies.
York has been a leader in heating, air conditioning, and energy efficiency since 1874. York has installed comfort systems in some of the most famous buildings like the Empire Theater and the Empire State Building.