Welcome to SAMS Heating and Air Conditioning in Elkhart, Indiana, your dedicated HVAC service provider committed to delivering a comprehensive range of indoor comfort solutions.
With a focus on excellence, we aim to ensure your indoor environment remains comfortable, efficient, and healthy throughout the year. Our services are extensive, covering custom duct fabrication, furnace repair for all makes and models, new furnace installations with Armstrong Air systems, heat pump repair for all makes and models, Armstrong Air heat pump installations, and indoor air quality services.
We understand the significance of efficient ductwork in your HVAC system. Our custom duct fabrication services ensure that your ducts are tailored to meet your unique heating and cooling needs, providing a more efficient and comfortable indoor environment.
We offer comprehensive heat pump services, including repair for all makes and models, as well as expert installations of Armstrong Air heat pump systems. Our experienced technicians ensure that your heat pump operates efficiently throughout the year.
Over 20 Years of Experience: We bring decades of expertise to every job, ensuring the highest quality service.
10-Year Warranties: We stand behind our installations, offering a 10-year warranty on parts and labor.
Unbeatable Service: Our commitment to your satisfaction is unwavering, providing reliable, friendly service.
Financing Options: We offer financing options through HEARTH and Greensky to make your HVAC solutions more accessible.
SAMS Heating and Air Conditioning is your reliable HVAC partner in Elkhart, IN, dedicated to meeting the specific needs of mobile homeowners. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or for any inquiries.
We’ve been in business since 2002, so we understand our customers’ concerns and are transparent about our services.
All of our installation prices include a 10-year warranty on parts and a warranty on labor*.
*Labor warranty varies depending on Manufacturer
We take the extra time to teach our customers how to maintain their systems so they can keep the units running properly.