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All Quality Systems - Heating and AC

Since 1990, All Quality Systems Heating and Air Conditioning has been a part of the Blue Water community. Heating and air conditioning SE Michigan and the surrounding area, including Marine City, Algonac, New Baltimore, Chesterfield, Richmond, St Clair Shores, Mt Clemens, Roseville, Port Huron and St Clair, has been our mission for over 20 years. We've never altered our dedication to fantastic customer service. We place primary importance on delivering quality care to our customers, with timely service and a professional demeanor.

Our years of experience with major brands like Amana, Trane, Lennox, York and Goodman means that we have the expertise to perform new installations or service on any comfort system. Here, at AQS, we can provide customers with repairs or installations of energy-efficient furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps, whole house air cleaners, geothermal systems and hybrid gas/electric systems.

Because we know that HVAC emergencies don't happen at convenient times, we offer 24 hour emergency services. We offer an Essential Home Care service plan that will cover your comfort system, providing for parts and labor. We know that the area's hot, humid summers and cold, dry winters mean that time is of the essence when your climate control system is on the fritz; so we are dedicated to providing you with timely, efficient service.

We are dedicated to ensuring that our technicians are well-versed in all of the latest HVAC technology. Our technicians undergo constant training, giving them the knowledge and skill to answer any question you may have regarding our services, or your options for heating and cooling systems.

 

 

The Origins & History of HVAC

The Romans were the first civilization to use any type of warm-air heating system. This was generally reserved for upper-class villas and public bathhouses; the air would be heated in a special furnace and then piped through each room of the house or structure to warm the surrounding air via heat diffusion.

In some cases hot air would be piped through underground channels and allowed to rise through cracks in stone floors after being heated by a furnace in a separate room. These systems, referred to as hypocausts, were remarkably effective for the time.

By the 1700s, hydronic or steam-based heating systems had become popular with Russian and European engineers.

Angier March Perkins installed some of the very first in-home systems in England during the 1830s; his first client was the Governor of the Bank of England, John Horley Palmer, who wished to grow grapes during the cold English winter.