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Service & Repair

Service & Repair

Call Wulf Brothers for Expert Residential and Commercial HVAC Services

At Your Door When You Need Us!

Residential & Commercial Services

Wulf Brothers heating and cooling contractors has certified, HVAC technicians covering the entire Door and Kewaunee County area as well as part of Brown County . Our trained and certified heating and air-conditioning technicians provide authorized warranty services for all of our products, plus post-warranty service for most all other makes and models. We utilize the latest diagnostic technologies to quickly and efficiently determine the nature of your service problem and are committed to its successful completion, on time and on budget.

We have a fleet of nine vehicles in the field on any given day. For emergency heating and air conditioning  repair service Wulf Brothers is At your door when you need us, returning your home to the comfort level you expect.

We offer 24 Hour Emergency Service

We service all brands of equipment including:
• Furnaces • Air Conditioners • Boilers
• Heat Pumps • Ductless Systems • Geothermal

Wulf Brother, Inc Home Comfort Systems
Wulf Brothers is a Bryant Factory Authorized Dealer

Learn about our Annual Service Plans to keep your system running Efficiently, Safely and Reliably.

Your heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment and systems are made up of mechanical equipment with many moving parts. Like cars and trucks, they need regular maintenance to keep them running reliably, efficiently and safely, while avoiding problems that lead to more expensive repairs, breakdowns and unsafe operating conditions.

Wulf Brothers’ Annual Service Plans:

• Ensure peak operating efficiency and energy cost savings
• Make sure your entire system is operating safely
• Extend the life of your equipment
• Avoid costly and uncomfortable breakdowns
• Keep your warranties valid
• Improve indoor air quality
• Cost less than non-maintenance plan service calls

If your unit isn’t working check the following items:

1. Is there power to the unit?
2. Is your propane tank empty?
3. Is the thermostat set correctly? Heating/winter, cooling/summer?
4. Is the furnace filter clean?

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