Kodiak HVAC, Inc.


Keep the cool air flowing with any of our cooling services. We offer repairs and installations on all the options below.

Split System

This is the most common air conditioner used in homes and consists of an outdoor unit, called a condensing unit, and an indoor coil, called the evaporator coil. The evaporator coil is installed in line with your furnace and, during a call for cooling, gets really cold, allowing air to pass through from you furnace distributing cold air through all of your vents.

Ductless Mini-split

This is a popular option for people who require cooling, but do not have forced air heating. This system consists of an outdoor unit, a condensing unit, and an air handler. Like the regular split system, this system has copper tubing running from the outside unit to the indoor unit. The indoor unit gets it power from electrical wires that run from the outside unit to the indoor unit. This system comes in single or multiple-zone configurations. and can have up to 4 indoor units running off of 1 outdoor unit.

Window A/C Unit

This is an affordable option to bring cooling into one area of your home. This is a good option for renters or those with small residences.

Evaporative Cooling

Evaporative coolers, also known as swamp coolers, are also an affordable way to bring cooling into your home. Some people are partial to this type of cooling as it also helps add humidity into the space it cools. Evaporate coolers are either down-flow and mounts on the roof or side-flow to mount either in a window or through the wall.