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“Hey! Casey here, I’m all about taking care of your needs and making your life easy. Your home is a refuge and a place of comfort. I’ll make sure it stays that way!”

Picture of Randal, the chief operating officer

If I could give them 6 stars, I would! Everything from their
office to service is 100% on point with professionalism and
awesomeness! I will be a forever client! Jacob B. and Jace B.
are great, courteous and executed the job perfectly.

Jennifer C.

If I could give them 6 stars, I would! Everything from their office to service is 100% on point with professionalism and awesomeness! I will be a forever client! Jacob B. and Jace B. are great, courteous and executed the job perfectly.

Jennifer C.

If I could give them 6 stars, I would! Everything from their office to service is 100% on point with professionalism and awesomeness! I will be a forever client! Jacob B. and Jace B. are great, courteous and executed the job perfectly.

Jennifer C.

Mini Split Systems

Bryant ducted and ductless mini split heat pumps are versatile solutions when a high efficiency central air system is desired. Ductwork is notoriously inefficient. Mini split technology dramatically reduces or, in many applications, entirely eliminates the need for ductwork. As such, mini splits are often incorporated into existing buildings and homes that had no previous ducted central air system. In southern Oregon, they are also frequently used to supplement or replace an existing heat source. Multi-port mini splits have the capacity to heat and cool entire buildings with zone-like precision and whisper quiet operation. Go ductless when access space is limited, a non-invasive install approach is needed, or energy efficiency is desired.

Ductless system

Furnaces

Bryant furnaces deliver dependable warmth and ultra-quiet performance all winter long. Modulating high-efficiency gas furnaces provide best-in-class comfort and pair exceptionally well with complex zoning controls. Two-stage and single-stage Bryant furnaces provide outstanding alternatives to Medford, Oregon home and business owners that want consistent comfort and robust heating.

Bryant Furnace

Heat Pumps

With a variety of compressor types, Bryant heat pumps perform well in Medford, Oregon’s climate and deliver high-efficiency heating and cooling throughout the year. Variable-speed, two-stage, and single-stage equipment differ in efficiency has identified in the SEER and HSPF ratings. Regardless of the series, a properly sized and installed heat pump will deliver economical year-round indoor comfort in southern Oregon – add a gas furnace and benefit from dual fuel Hybrid Heat!

Bryant Heat Pump

Indoor Air Quality

Bryant packaged units are offered in a variety of configurations ranging from gas heating/electric cooling to heat pump/air conditioning and can be used in both residential and commercial applications.

Air Filter

Packaged Units

Bryant packaged units are offered in a variety of configurations ranging from gas heating/electric cooling to heat pump/air conditioning and can be used in both residential and commercial applications. 

Packaged unit from Bryant

Air Conditioners

Bryant variable speed high-efficiency air conditioners are the coldest thing in cooling. If you live in Medford, Oregon, you need air conditioning to enjoy the 100-degree summer days. Air conditioners come in a variety of SEER ratings and compressor types to meet your lifestyle and budget.

Bryant Air Conditioner

Wondering which system is
right for you?

Give us a call and we’ll go over all of the factors that you should take into account when considering a new system.

Wondering which system is right for you?

Give us a call and we’ll go over all of the factors that you should take into account when considering a new system.