The Russo Family has been involved in the Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) business since 1939, when Dominick M. "Mickey" Russo first started working as an apprentice, learning the basics of a concept just becoming widely popular, the central home heating system. From that beginning he then joined forces with Emmanuel F. "Manny" Nichols in 1956 to form Russo & Nichols Heating Co., a partnership that lasted into the 1980's, spanning an era that saw many changes and technological advances in central heating, cooling, and indoor air quality equipment and systems. And as the industry has advanced, the second and third generations of the Russo Family have become involved in the business, bringing fresh ideas and new enthusiasm with them in order to keep the business progressing as quickly as the technology. With a staff that can draw on over 180 years of combined experience there is virtually nothing related to HVAC technology that we haven't seen or done before. We specialize in all aspects of Residential and Commercial HVAC, and maintain a complete sheet metal fabrication shop so that we can offer customized forced air systems for your specific needs. We are licensed as Installers in the City of Erie, and registers as a Home Improvement Contractor with the PA Attorney General's Office, PA #10685. And as HVAC Specialists, we won't insult you or waste your time and money by sending someone trained in another trade to service your heating or cooling equipment. You wouldn't go to a Dentist to get your vision checked, so why call someone who does plumbing and drain cleaning to service your air conditioner. We insist that all of our personnel keep up with latest technological advances and government regulations, and our service technicians are all required to obtain NATE Certification. By combining our experience and knowledge of where the HVAC Industry has been with the foresight to know where it is going, Russo Heating and Cooling, Inc. can honestly say that we've been "Keeping Your Comfort In Mind Since 1939".