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Welcome to Pritchard's ClimateCare

Incorporated in 1988, Pritchard Mechanical of Port Hope, Ontario, offers complete residential and commercial Heating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) service and repairs in the Port Hope, Cobourg, Bowmanville and Oshawa areas. In 2009 we joined the ClimateCare Group so we could offer our customers better service and better prices.

ClimateCare really is a different kind of company. It's just different when the people you see around the streets and neighbourhood are also your customers. It means we're going to do whaever it takes to make sure everything is right. At Pritchard's Climatecare, that's exactly what we do, each and every day.

We're personal climate experts. We make sure your home is healthy and comfortable. We're your neighbours. So we care a bit more, and work a bit harder. It's the kind of care you can only expect from someone you just might run into at the store, or school later that week. And that really is a breath of fresh air.

Pritchard's ClimateCare has grown to become one of Southern Ontario's most trusted installers of heating and air conditioning products, serving both commercial and residential customers.

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Did you know you should be servicing your furnace regularly?

During the summer season, who really wants to be thinking about the winter? While enjoying the summer heat, we at ClimateCare want you to be prepared!

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We Care Maintenance Plans

Get your furnace serviced at half off our already special price when you sign up to our new "We Care Maintenance Plans"

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Be comfortable when you're home. Save money when you're not.

Not only are our home energy solutions easy to use but they also help you save money and are designed to fit your lifestyle. No wonder 96% of our customers would recommend ecobee to their friends!

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Why Rent from a “Rental Company” when you can rent your water heater from your heating professionals

Check your bill chances are your rate went up 10% in 2010 and has increased by an average of 6% per year over the past fifteen years.

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