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Federal Elite Heating & Cooling, Inc. is a full service HVAC company with offices in Pataskala and Dresden Ohio. We offer residential heating and cooling, commercial heating and cooling and industrial heating and cooling repair and service on all makes and models. In addition to offering repair we are a Bryant and WaterFurnace factory authorized dealer for all your new installation needs.

Installation Services
  • Residential Conventional Heating & Cooling Systems
  • Residential Geothermal Heating & Cooling Systems
  • Residential Radiant Floor Heating Systems
  • Residential Mistubishi Ductless Heating & Cooling Systems
  • Commercial Heating & Cooling Systems
  • Industrial Heating & Cooling Systems
Installation Services
  • Any furnace, ac, heat pump system
  • Geothermal
  • Fireplaces (If installed by us.)
  • Generators (If installed by us.)
  • Radiant floor heat
  • Mitsubishi ductless systems
  • Commercial units
  • Preventative Maintenance
    Contracts available to fit your needs, residentially or in a commercial setting.
To Our Valued Customers,

For the past 30 years, we at Federal Elite Heating & Cooling, Inc. has made it our responsibility to provide the best HVAC service possible to our customers. We feel that part of that responsibility is keeping our customers informed of the rapidly approaching end of the mandatory EPA phase out of the refrigerant R-22. After the year 2020, this refrigerant will no longer be produced. This is a very common refrigerant used in air conditioners manufactured prior to 2010. As a result of this phase out, the cost of repairs involving this refrigerant have and will continue to rise to astronomical rates. Following this phase out, equipment using this type of refrigerant will become obsolete.

We offer a variety of service plans to help extend the life of your equipment, as well as free estimates for equipment replacement, by our qualified comfort consultants. Please do not hesitate to call us with any questions or concerns that you may have regarding this issue.

Air ConditioningHeatingIndoor Air Quality
HVAC ProblemsBoilers & RadiatorsDuct Inspection
AC Tune-UpsDual-Fuel SystemsCarbon Monoxide Detectors
FiltersDuctless Mini-Split SystemsWhole House Humidifier
High-Efficiency Cooling OptionsFurnacesWhole House Dehumidifiers
ThermostatsGeothermal Heat SystemsThermostats
Dual-Fuel AC SystemsTune-UpsUV Light Air Cleaners
Ductless Mini-Split AC SystemsHeat Pump Systems 
Zone SystemsRegency Fire Places 
AC CompressorsHigh-Efficiency Heating & Cooling Options 
AC Evaporator CoilsHome Service Plans 
AC Air HandlersHVAC Problems 
Green Air Conditioning SolutionsRadiant Heat Systems 
 Thermostats 


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Trouble Shooting

Things to Check Before Calling for Furnace or Air Conditioning Repair Contractor's in Central Ohio
Trouble Shooting for HVAC Units in Central Ohio
  • Check the Thermostat. Check the battery and replace if necessary.
  • Check the temperature setting. Is it set to cool/heat and is the setting lower/higher than the current temperature in the house. Most newer thermostats have a lockout period to prevent damaging the compressor.
  • If you turn the system off and on, switch between heat and cool or turn the temperature up or down the system will lock out. Normally for a period of 5 to 10 minutes. The system will start again after the lock out period.
  • Check the Safety Switch. The indoor unit should have a safety switch either attached to the system or located on a wall next to it. Depending where your system is located, this switch could have been accidently switched off by a family member, pet, guest bumping into it.
  • Check the Fuse or Circuit Breaker. Visually check that the Breaker is on. Then turn it off and back on once. Even though it looks on it may need to be reset
  • Check the Air Filter. A dirty Air Filter will reduce air flow resulting in either a frozen A/C or overheated furnace. The filter should be changed every six months to once per year. Never run the system without a filter; this will allow debris to get clogged in the coil.
  • Are your Vents open? A lot of people think they are saving money by closing the vents in unused areas. But, this acts just like a clogged filter reducing the air flow and could freeze the A/C or overheat the furnace.
  • Call for (800) 356-2028 for Affordable 24 Hour Emergency Furnace or Air Conditioning Repair in Central Ohio


Notable Services We Do Not Perform

While we are very qualified to perform the services we do, there are a few requests we are unable to accomodate. Below is a detailed list of those services we do not perform.
  • Do not service or install Woodburners
  • Do not service or install Woodburner chimneys
  • Do not clean wood burner chimneys
  • Do not service Gas fireplaces we did not install
  • Do not service Generators we did not install
  • Do not service or install Non-vented wall heaters of any sort
  • Do not service or sell non-vented gas logs
  • We do not do outside gas lines, inspections/testing


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