We started a family HVAC business in 1983, and today we’re second-generation owned and run. Our specialty is high-quality installations and replacements that we design and craft to fit. We deliver full-service custom HVAC and plumbing in the South Hills of Pittsburgh.
On this page, we’d like to introduce ourselves, tell you how we’re different, and give you a bit of our history. We aim to earn your trust, and your business.
If you’re looking to improve your home or your business with heating, cooling, air quality, or plumbing tailored just for you, get in touch.
Meet the folks who lead our company, do the exceptional work we’re known for, run the business, and answer the phone when you call.
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It’s true: all home services companies can look and sound the same.
We think we stand out through three qualities that we deliver to every customer, on every job. These are our “Three C’s,” and we never compromise on them:
Nearly 40 years ago, Walt Kowalski started an HVAC business in Cecil Township, Pennsylvania, and gave it the family name. From the beginning, Walt’s oldest son, Jason, enjoyed spending time on projects, watching and learning.
Eventually, Jason started his formal HVAC training – and then never stopped. Jason made it his mission to develop his knowledge at the pace that the industry kept evolving.
Today Jason runs Kowalski Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing with frequent site visits from Walt, who still likes to check out all the work that goes into our larger projects.
With his dad’s legacy, Jason built Kowalski into a design-focused, customer-centric company that tailors every project. In 2019 Jason expanded the business to include plumbing, bringing on the “other,” spelled-differently Jaison – Jaison Lieberman, our brilliant Master Plumber.
In more than 30 years, Kowalski has seen a lot of change, but we’ve learned that customers will always demand and appreciate quality work from an honest team.
That’s all we strive to be, hopefully for the next 30 years and beyond.
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