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Cochran Heating
& Cooling, LLC




516 Lowry Avenue, Suite 104
Jeannette PA 15644 

Business Hours:
Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–4 p.m.
24/7 Emergency Service


Heating & Cooling Products and Services

At Cochran Heating & Cooling, your satisfaction is our top priority. That is why our professional and dependable service technicians are trained and certified by the leading manufacturers in the HVAC industry. Our service technicians can inspect, clean, test, and/or adjust all operational points of your heating and cooling systems using our 23 point inspection process.

With a Cochran Comfort Contract you will be eligible for discounts on parts, equipment and service as well as needing fewer repairs on your system which will bring a peace of mind to you and your family.

See our list of HVAC service and products below and be sure to call us at 724-527-3953 or complete the form to the left.

Jeannette American Legion: Before & After A/C System Change Out




Our HVAC Services



  • Furnaces
  • Boilers
  • Heat Pumps
  • A/C Systems
  • Water Heaters


  • Ductwork


  • All makes & models of Furnaces



Our HVAC Products By Brand



  • Heat Pumps
  • A/C Systems


  • Oil Furnaces


  • Gas & Oil Hot
 Water Boilers


  • Gas & Oil Hot
 Water Boilers


  • Humidifiers


  • Mini Split A/C 
& Heat Pumps


  • Electronic 
Air Cleaners


  • Hot Water Heaters


Amana Equipment

Amana products have become the largest manufacturers of residential air conditioning and heating products by offering greater reliability and longer-lasting performance at a more affordable price. Designed for quick, trouble-free installations, they also provide the industry’s leading product warranties.

Cochran Heating Cooling’s contractor company installs and services all Amana equipment this includes both residential and commercial products. Our years of experience in the HVAC business can help our customers rest easy knowing that the Amana brand meets the highest quality of standards in the industry.

Cochran Heating Cooling provides a 1 year labor warranty from the date of installation.



Geothermal Heating…Yeah, we do that!

If you ever wanted to know what geothermal heating was all about, well, then, read on…

If you go outside today and hold a thermometer in the air, it might be reading 25°F. Take that same thermometer and place it 5 feet underground and it reads 40°F. Another 10 feet and now were talking 55°F.

Since the earth has heat from inside, we can use that very heat to heat our homes and business. This is how it works. For many years now we have used heat pumps. Most of these systems are what we call “air to air” heat pumps, which take the heat from the air through the transfer of refrigeration, just like your refrigerator takes the heat from the food inside and places that heat on the outside of the refrigerator. The only problem with air to air systems is that the outside air temperature is never constant. Ranging from -30°F to 100°F, there is still enough heat in the air to heat our home even when the temperature drops down to 10°F. But your house needs more heat at 10°F than it does at 45°F. So, we have to supplement the heat pump with other forms of heat, like gas, oil or electric. Now, as the temperature drops the system uses a lot more energy to get that heat out of the air.


I’m sure you see where I am going with this. Since the ground has a constant temperature, a geothermal heat pump takes that heat to heat the home much more efficiently. There are a couple of different ways to get that heat out of the ground. The most common is to use vertical drilled wells, that we pipe and run an antifreeze water through, then pipe into the house through the heat pump. Another system is a horizontal piping system, we dig long deep trenches and place our piping in those than backfill the trenches. Yet another system is to use a pond or lake and place piping in it. Once that water is piped inside, we can heat the air in the house, your domestic hot water or your radiant heat system from the heat pump.

Geothermal systems are very efficient, but they come with a large price tag. To replace your existing gas or electric system, you are looking to spend between $17,000.00 to $23,000.00 compared to a standard gas and air conditioning system for around $4,000.00 to $6,000.00. That’s a lot of money! In new construction, the typical price is between $19,000.00 to $27,000.00, add that to your mortgage and it’s only a few extra dollars per month.

Well…I hope I educated some of our readers a little on the subject of geothermal systems. And as always, if you ever have questions, please call us about any type of system!!!