Websites make a difference for every business online. They’re often one of the first impressions someone gets of you. That’s no different for HVAC websites which I found overall pretty lacking in making an impression let alone functioning well for the many ways people use websites today.

I put together a list of HVAC websites that were exceptional and above the rest. It looks like these HVAC companies are taking their growth seriously and want their customers to trust them.

Only 8% of consumers never look at websites when choosing which local business to use.

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Even if you don’t need to make such a large investment in your website to bring it to this level (often many thousands of dollars) you do need to make some investment. It’s an investment in your future business growth to get more business online and rank in competitive local searches for HVAC contractors.

Your HVAC website can provide a huge boost over your competitors when it comes to a customer choosing you or them.

The 10 Crazy Awesomest HVAC Websites

Now for 10 of the best HVAC websites I could find on the internet. I searched high and low in cities and towns across the United States and found some pretty amazing websites.

There seems to be a trend in HVAC as far as websites go. They’re either 15 years old and look amazingly horrible or they’re super awesome. There weren’t many websites in the middle.

Less talk, more awesome. Here are the 10 HVAC websites that I loved the most. They’re in no particular order, they just all struck me as above the rest.

Bob Hamilton

Bob Hamilton Kansas City HVAC Website

There are a lot of HVAC contractors in the Kansas City area and while searching for a great HVAC website in Overland Park I ran across Bob Hamilton Home Services. Everything is super clear on Bob’s website, and it’s immediately obvious what he does and where he does it.

There are plenty of ways to contact Bob from the tappable phone number buttons on mobile all the way to chat, which lets you get in touch. I’m just not sure the “apply here” button is necessary because the primary goal of a website should be to get customers not to get job applicants. Those wanting to apply will find the link at the bottom of the website where it belongs.

Yes, Bob goes a bit beyond HVAC, but that seems to be a common theme. I had a hard time finding just HVAC contractors that didn’t also do plumbing or other home services.

Air America

Air America - Coral Springs, FL HVAC

Air America definitely has the colors and desire to be patriotic. I found them when searching for an HVAC company website in Boca Raton and I succeeded for the most part.

When you get to their website, you see what they do and where they do it. It’s an overall good website that is clean enough to make everything clear and scheduling is a breeze.

AC Repair Las Vegas

ACS Las Vegas HVAC Website

ACS from Las Vegas is one of my favorites not because it’s groundbreaking in its visual appeal (though it does look good). The part of this HVAC website that really stood out is the service questionnaire at the start. It’s amazing!

The form walks you through to get exactly the information, so they can help you best. Of course, not everyone knows exactly what their system is, so there are options to answer accordingly. Me personally, I have no idea!

They did a good job making this website easy to use to book an appointment or call in the likelihood I’d like to call.

Trustco Heating & Air

Trustco Heating & Air - Philadelphia, PA HVAC

This website from the Philadelphia HVAC company Trustco is so simple. It’s impossible not to know what to do whether you’d like to schedule service, call, or find more information.

Absolutely every possibility is laid out on this website right from the start. Most people use links that are highly visible while the navigation is less obvious. Let’s be honest, on an HVAC website the navigation isn’t very important except from an SEO point of view. People go there for one reason only.

Day Heating Company

Day Salem Oregon HVAC Website

Day Heating & Cooling is another HVAC website that’s so simple it can’t lose. You can’t go wrong with such a colorful yet simple website that has many beautiful textures to top it off.

Whether you want to call or request service, you can’t miss how to do it.

Skylake Heating & Air

Skylake Heating & Air - Orem, UT HVAC

Skylake Heating & Air is a clean and simple website design with a consistent design scheme that shows the beauty of the area. There are several ways to connect with the business and the chat helps make that even easier. You can request service, get an estimate, get financing, or just simply chat.

We love doing affordable website design in Provo, Utah area and this is one example of another website that does also.

Complete Climate Services

Complete Climate Services - Baltimore, MD HVAC

Complete Climate Services may be amazing at what they do, but they also understand the importance of investing in a good HVAC website. The color scheme is simple and beautiful and everything flows well all the way to the bottom of the page.

We’re not in love with everything about this website but overall it looks great. It’s nice that there’s a way to chat, and also you can book online. There are some minor improvements that could be made here and there, but overall the visuals of this website are spot on.

The website is made on Wix which does have some nice templates, unfortunately they are just templates, so I’m sure you’d see this same website elsewhere on the internet. Just imagine how well their website would do if they had it built on a platform like WordPress with superior SEO!

Service Plus

Service Plus Heating & Cooling - Indianapolis, IN HVAC

This website really stands apart as unique from nearly all other websites. Service Plus did it right with a lot of colors, textures to add some variety without distraction, and just an all-around cool looking website.

If you want to talk, they got you covered. You get to choose from a simple call to using the chat function. The look is cool, and the functionality is great too.

Williams Mechanical

Williams Mechanical Albuquerque NM HVAC Website

The sun always shines when you’re Williams Mechanical. The rays of light shining from behind the main hero section are pretty spectacular. It’s also pretty helpful that the header menu floats with you as you scroll (on the computer) funny hanging telephone and all.

B & J Refrigeration

B & J Tucson HVAC Website

Can’t figure out how to contact them? That’s your fault! It can’t be made more obvious how to contact B&J Refrigeration. Their website looks amazing, and it’s easy to find everything you could possibly be looking for.

The sun from the Tucson desert is shining strong from the horizon, which makes for a spectacular website image and at home in Tucson too.

Keep It Classy

These websites are great, and they’re making the HVAC industry proud. Whoever they had build their websites did a good job, and I’m glad the companies made the investment to keep their online brand classy.

There’s always more a company needs to do in order to get more customers online, though. There are many online directories that every HVAC contractor should promote their business in

Customers still go to websites, perhaps more now than ever. It’s an important place for consumers to get the information they’re more trusting in and is likely more accurate than directories. That’s why we build affordable websites for businesses to help them rank higher and get more business from local customers.

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