Maine air conditioning seems like an oxymoron most of the year. Let me tell you though that those 6 days when the sun hits just right and the humidity is higher than makes lungs happy air conditioning saves the day. Building owners trust their air conditioning needs to Gelinas HVAC. They’ve been in the business for decades. Gelinas is a locally owned and operated company proudly serving the Greater Portland communities since 1994. Justin Zandan, a 15-year veteran in the mechanical engineering and power industries, recently purchased Gelinas & continues to offer the best customer experience, product value, and employee talent. Our goal is to grow thoughtfully in the industry, never losing sight of our foundation built on impeccable, personal service, while expanding our expertise in cutting edge technologies and products to best serve the needs of our customers. When your Maine air conditioning starts giving you the not so cold shoulder call the people who have the skills and knowledge on how to get you comfortable again.
Gelinas is committed to building lasting relationships with our customers by providing superior service and optimal solutions to fit individual needs. This means that when you are looking for a partner in your home or building HVAC you need the people who are committed to you. We want you to have the right air cooling system to match your needs – nothing more, nothing less. Our A/C experts are happy to provide a free estimate to determine your individual needs, and offer you options for the best quality and energy efficiency. We have a wide product selection, excellent service consultation and the right pricing structure to insure your total satisfaction.
Maybe you don’t want to deal with an A/C unit. Maybe you prefer something that will be a little more dual action. Heat Pumps are a great alternative to traditional heating and cooling systems – all in one assembly! They provide a central system that is extremely energy efficient, and far less invasive to install than traditional heating and cooling systems. They move heat rather than generating heat, so they do not require fuel consumption and provide equivalent space heating and conditioning at 1/4 of the cost of operating conventional appliances.