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Stan’s has been installing heating and cooling systems in new homes for over 50 years. We know we have to consider each new home as a complete system. We need to be as attentive to insulation and ductwork sizing as condenser-sizing and theoretical efficiency. We take this ‘Whole House’ approach with every home, new or existing.

We provide the most efficient, state-of-the-art air conditioning, furnace, heat pump, mini-split, and geothermal options and will help you determine which product mix is best suited for your new home’s needs. We provide fully customized solutions with free estimates. We consult with builders and future homeowners, we do a job site layout, we perform Manual J8 load calculations and our in-house design team does computer-designed Manual D duct sizing.

Stan’s is the only company offering all these services in conjunction.

HVAC Systems We Offer

We at Stan’s offer a wide selection of air conditioning systems for you to choose from. When it comes to choosing an HVAC for your home, office, business, warehouse, or facility, we will use our expert experience to find the best system to fit your needs. With our whole house approach to HVAC installation, we focus on what will get you the most savings on electricity at the least cost.

By finding the best HVAC system for your needs, you’ll be able to enjoy cooler summers and warmer winters with the quality and reliability that you have come to expect from Stan’s Heating and Air Conditioning.

Heat Pumps

Heat pumps are a great solution for an all-in-one HVAC system that will keep your home cool in the summer and hot in the winter. A heat pump consists of two main parts: an outdoor unit that’s similar to an air conditioner as well as an indoor unit known as an air handler.

A heat pump uses refrigerant lines and pressure to capture and move heat from either the inside or outside of your building. This allows for greater energy efficiency since no heat is being generated, instead simply being moved between the indoor and outdoor unit.

Heat pumps can be an efficient way of heating and cooling your home since it’s such an energy efficient option.

Mini Splits

Ductless mini split air conditioners are smaller, ductless AC and heating units that are designed to heal or cool a single room. Mini splits are a cost effective method of heating or cooling a room that can not be part of a larger HVAC duct system.

Ductless mini split air conditioners are also great for larger buildings that need climate controlled environments. This is an incredible addition for businesses or homes who need a particular room to remain at a separate temperature from the rest of your home.

Mini split units are the perfect option for those who are looking for more control when they cool or heat the rooms in their home. It’s also a great addition for those who are sharing a house since each zone can get its own temperature without having to change the settings for other zones.

AC Systems

Air conditioning systems use pressurized coolant lines to capture and cool hot air. This allows homeowners to find the perfect temperature for their home without having to endure the humid summers found in Austin.

We offer a wide variety of AC systems for a multitude of homes. This includes smaller units intended for homes as well as larger units for businesses, companies, and multi-family housing.

It’s important to pick the proper AC unit for your needs in order to get the best temperature for your home or business. We at Stan’s will gladly help you find the perfect system for your home.

Geothermal Heating and Cooling

Geothermal energy is heat stored in the earth. Geothermal power plants use the high temperatures near volcanic hot spots to heat water through a series of pipes to create steam to produce electricity from turbines.

Home geothermal energy is used to tap into the soil’s steadily constant temperature to keep your home at a constant temperature. Soil below the Earth’s surface is not affected by the seasonal temperature shifts from the environment and stays at a steady 50-70 degrees Fahrenheit year round.

How Is Geothermal Energy Used?

Geothermal energy can be used to stabilize the temperature of air in your home. A geothermal air system will blow the air from your home through a pipe below your home to reach a steady temperature. The constant temperature of the soil will keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter at a steady 60-70 degrees. The system is extremely efficient and only uses a small amount of electricity to run a fan that pushes air through the pipes. Geothermal energy is not considered a renewable resource because it uses a small amount of electricity to power the fan system but is extremely efficient.

diagram of a home utilizing geothermal heating

Mark Guarino will personally manage the design and installation and will be your dedicated point of contact within Stan’s.

Stan’s specializes in installing systems according to Energy Star and Green Building Program guidelines. We’ll build systems for properties ranging from tract homes to huge custom mansions. We offer maintenance, repair, and replacement services and are prepared to work with you and your new home for your whole ownership.

Set up an appointment online by filling out the form, or call us at:

Austin: 512-929-9393    |    Georgetown: 512-869-6995