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We Offer a Range of Services to Meet Your Needs

If there's one thing people know about Iowa, It's that the weather can turn on a dime, and with the coldest nights between November and March often dipping well below zero degrees, it's hard to deny that temperatures in our great state can be enough to scare even the toughest individuals. 

Fortunately, Moeller Furnace & Air is here for you 24/7 with knowledge gained over decades of time in the field. For over 110 years, our skilled Iowa heating company has provided quality service at affordable rates. Whether you need furnace or air conditioner repair, schedule regular furnace maintenance or have a whole new HVAC unit replacement, our certified techs promise to put you first. 

Heating Repair

When a heating system doesn’t function properly, it can affect your home comfort level, increase energy bills, and even cause safety risks for you and your family. Here are some signs that you may need to schedule a service appointment.

  • Your system is over 20 years old

  • Abnormal smells

  • Difficulty starting

  • Discolored pilot light 

  • Inadequate heating

  • Persistent noises 

  • Poor air quality 

  • Tripped carbon monoxide detector 

  • Increased heating bill


Is your furnace is not working or you're concerned that it may not make it through the winter? Our technicians are available 24/7 to perform a furnace repair! Our highly trained repair technicians will do a thorough evaluation of your HVAC unit and give you an exact "to the penny" price to repair your furnace before moving forward. We work on all makes and models and have the tools to get you back to comfortable. 

Heating Replacement

When deciding whether you need furnace repairs or replacement, there are quite a few factors to consider, but it's never too soon to start saving. Today's furnaces are more efficient than ever and replacing an older furnace with a more energy-efficient model could more than pay for itself over time. 


The average life expectancy of furnaces in homes today is 15 to 20 years. If it becomes better to replace your furnace rather than repair it, our experts will work with you to recommend high-efficient options that work for your home and budget. We have always offered free in-home estimates and you can count on a prompt, professional installation from technicians who take personal pride in achieving the perfect install.


  • Lower energy bill of almost 20%

  • Peace of mind with some of the best warranties available

  • Custom design to meet your families needs and budget

  • Professional installation by experienced technicians 

  • Better airflow

  • Improved Comfort

  • Less noise

  • Reduced carbon footprint

  • Consultation throughout the process by a sales professional 

Ductless Heating

Ductless Heating & Cooling Systems provide limitless opportunities. These compact yet powerful units accommodate tight installation spaces, and a single unit can supply comfortable air to multiple rooms. If you are interested in having ductless heating and cooling system installed in your home, give us a call for a free estimate. Moeller Furnace & Air has decades of experience installing ductless heating and cooling systems. 

Should you decide that ductless heating or cooling is an option that you would like to pursue, we urge you to schedule your installation, replacement, repair, and maintenance services with the trained professionals on our staff. When your hire Moeller Furnace & Air, you'll be happy with the results.

How they Work:

A mini-split system is a small heating and cooling system that consists of two pieces. The first component is the indoor unit, which can be controlled by either a thermostat, remote control, or both. The second component is the outdoor condenser, which is connected to the indoor unit through the wall. The indoor unit can be located anywhere in your room depending on your preference. We provided mini-split units that can be mounted on the wall, ceiling, or near the floor.

In most cases, a mini-split is supplemental to your whole home heating and cooling system. However, a single outdoor condenser can have up to 4 indoor units attached to it, leaving endless possibilities for your home comfort.  


  • A Ductless Heating and Cooling unit are able to distribute cold or warm air more evenly and efficiently than traditional units, resulting in a more comfortable temperature throughout the home.

  • They’re flexible in regards to location and are small in stature. They can be used to heat and cool one room, which is ideal if you’re considering adding an addition to your home. Several models have up to 4 indoor air-handling units connected to one outdoor unit. This allows the unit to heat and cool several rooms or zones within the home.

  • They have a more esthetically pleasing appearance than other add-on units, such as window air conditioners. Most are only 7 inches wide and have a sleek outer appearance. In many cases, they can be hung at any point on a wall, suspended from the ceiling, or mounted into a drop ceiling. Most come with a remote control to make it easy to turn them on and off when they are positioned in a hard to reach area.

Repair vs Replace

No one wants to pour hard-earned dollars into repair bills for a lost cause. Knowing when to repair or replace a heating and cooling system can be tricky. Our team will help you make the right choice whether that is to fix your existing system or replace it with a new system all together. 

Garage Heating

Things to Consider when choosing a Garage Heater

What Size is Best for Your Garage?

These are the typical guidelines for most garage units:

  • 2-car garage: 45,000 BTU

  • 3-car garage: 60,000 BTU

You should also consider why you want to heat your garage because this could impact the size of the heater ​you need. It is solely to keep your cars warm? Is maintaining the temperature at 55F all you need? Are you planning to work for longer amounts of time in the garage and want to keep it warmer and closer to 65F?

What Type of Maintenance is Required? 

Maintenance will vary, depending on the type of garage heater you install. Little maintenance is required on the Reznor heaters, however, you should always:

  • do a CO test annually 

  • clean the flame sensor annually


Things to Consider Before Installing Garage Heater​

Thermostat Location 

You should consider where you want to put the thermostat because this is what you will use to control your garage heater. Here are the most common locations for your garage thermostat:

  • behind the heater - because this is the part of the garage to warm up last

  • by the garage door openers, for easy and convenient access

Need One Of Them? Give Us a Call Now!

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