Air Conditioning Leduc


Leader Among Leduc AC Companies

When you’re looking at AC companies to take care of your cooling needs in Leduc AB, you can always count on Edmonton furnace repair and air conditioning. We are a local, family-owned company that delivers quality air conditioning services. We also make a point to give back to our community on a regular basis.

Our company offers:

  • Affordable prices
  • Fast work
  • Our phones are open 24 hours a day
  • Financing on approved credit

Trusted Leduc Air Conditioning Repairs

We can repair a wide variety of cooling systems in Leduc and are certified to work on all major brands of HVAC unit. Our techs can handle a wide range of repairs from the coil system to the thermostat. Some signs that might indicate your AC system is in need of repair is if your AC unit is not cooling or is dripping water. We will arrive promptly with all the tools we need to get your home cool and comfortable as soon as possible. We offer free in-home estimates.

We can repair your:
  • Fan blower
  • Compressors
  • Drainage pipes
  • Electrical components

Leduc AB Cooling Installations

If you need a new AC unit in Leduc, we can help. We can guide you in selecting the proper air conditioning unit to fit the square footage of your home that also fits your budget. We offer professional installation services and always strive to exceed customer expectations. Newer systems are often more energy-efficient than your old system, so they can keep you more comfortable and save you money on your monthly electric bill.

Maintenance for Your Leduc AB Cooling System

Regular maintenance for your AC unit can minimize costly repairs or replacements. Moreover, you will also optimize the performance of your cooling system, which means energy savings for your home. Proper maintenance will also extend the lifespan of your AC unit. Maintenance services that we offer include cleaning and replacing your air filters and cleaning your coil system, fan blower, and air ducts. We will also make sure to clean the unit’s drainage system along with cleaning the registers and vents. Ask one of our technicians about our maintenance agreements!

In addition to working with cooling systems, we also offer heating services. Please contact us for all your cooling and heating needs in the Leduc AB area.

Let us keep you’re your air conditioning running throughout the summer! Call 587-906-1988 to schedule a service from our Leduc HVAC technicians.

Leduc (/ləˈduːk/) is a city in the province of Alberta, Canada. It is 33 km (21 mi) south of the provincial capital of Edmonton and is part of the Edmonton Metropolitan Region.


Leduc was established in 1899, when Robert Telford, a settler, bought land near a lake which would later bear his name. It was on that piece of land where the new settlement would take root. Telford previously served as an officer for the North-West Mounted Police, and later became Leduc’s first postmaster, first general merchantman, and first justice of the peace.

The establishment of the Calgary and Edmonton Railway, later acquired by the Canadian Pacific Railway, opened the region to settlement. The first train stopped at Leduc in July 1891.

Originally there were two versions to describe how Leduc got its name. In fact both accounts are true. In April 1886 when a settler (McKinley) setting up a telegraph office needed a name for the new station and decided that it would be named after the first person who came through the door of the telegraph office. That person was Father Hippolyte Leduc, a priest who had served the area since 1867. Five years later, in 1891, the Minister of the Interior and Superintendent of Indian Affairs, who had been Lieutenant-Governor of the North-West Territories, Edgar Dewdney (1835–1916), was given a list of names, that had been provided to the railroad by Father Lacombe, decided that Telford Place should be renamed at the time the railway terminal was being established. Father Leduc’s name was on the list and since the telegraph station was all ready called Leduc Dewdney saw no reason why not to use Leduc’s name for the new railroad station and the hamlet that was growing alongside .

Leduc was incorporated as a village in 1899, and became a town in 1906. It became a city in 1983; by that time its population had reached 12,000.

The town continued to grow quietly over the decades and Alberta’s historical oil strike on February 13, 1947, occurred near the town at the Leduc No. 1 oil well.