HVAC Installation in Madison, Wisconsin

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HVAC Services in Madison, Wisconsin

  • Air conditioners
  • Air handlers
  • Ductless AC/heaters
  • Heat pumps
  • Gas furnaces
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Living in Madison, Wisconsin


Madison is the capital city of Wisconsin and often ranks on some of the best lists including the best places to live, cities with the best work-life balance, and most caring cities in America. There are a lot of things to do in the city, regardless of the season. With five lakes that cover more than 15,000 acres, you can go sailing in the summer or ice skating in the winter. From April through November, the Dane County Farmers’ Market sets up at the Capitol Square every Saturday morning where you can purchase locally sourced foods. With a strong connection to amateur and collegiate sports teams, Madison is the proud home of the Badgers, Mallards, and Capitols.

The greater Madison area is full of lively neighborhoods that are worth exploring. The Capitol / Downtown district is a popular area since you’ll find restaurants, museums, the State Capitol building, and more. If you’re looking for diversity, head over to the Atwood Avenue neighborhood. Once a blue-collar community, the district now has several ethnic restaurants and unique shops. Although the Monroe Street neighborhood was first considered a suburb, it’s actually walking distance to downtown. Families love this area since there are plenty of green spaces including the University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum, Lake Wingra, and Henry Vilas Zoo.

When it comes to local real estate, Madison is very family-friendly. Close to 42% of homes are built for single families. Space likely isn’t a concern either as almost 46% of homes have 3 or more bedrooms. Although the median house value in Madison is $304,000, there are also more affordable options since 29% of the housing inventory has a value between $122,001 and $243,000. Many homes have been built since the year 2000, but 40% were constructed between 1970 and 1999. As a result, some of these homes may need updates to their air conditioner and furnace.

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Madison average weather

The weather in Madison can vary quite a bit throughout the year. The warmest month of the year is July where the average high-temperature is 81.7°F. If you’re looking to maximize your days, you’ll likely look forward to June when the city sees an average of 15.3 hours of daylight. The coldest month of the year is January when the average low-temperature is 11.1°F. December averages 8.7 days of snowfall, but overall, the city sees an average of 38.7 snowfall days with an average of 50.9 inches of accumulated snow. Since Madison sees all four seasons, it’s recommended that you have an HVAC that keeps you cool in the summer and warm during the winter.

HVAC rebates and incentives in Madison

If you’re a resident of Madison and you’re thinking about upgrading to an energy efficient HVAC unit, you may qualify for incentives and rebates. These rebates would give you cash back which would offset your initial costs. In addition, the new equipment may lower your monthly energy bills which could save you money over time. Rebates and incentives often change, and it sometimes depends on your service provider. During your free, no-obligation consultation, a Fleet Farm SERVICEfinder professional can advise you of any current rebates or incentives.

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