Anthony's Heating and Contracting, LLC is a small, family-owned (father-son) business serving the Central New York area, including the counties of Cayuga, Oswego, Onondaga, etc. They specialize in hydronics; in particular, installing green energy systems such as efficient geothermal heat source systems, and floor radiant, hot water baseboard. They can also accommodate forced air heat and other options.
Eco Electrical Contractors Llc is a full-service residential, commercial, and industrial electrical contractor. They specialize in all aspects of electrical contracting, but focus on energy efficiency. They have the latest product information from manufacturers and distributors to provide information on electrical equipment, LED lighting technology, and energy performance installations. Services offered include emergency generators electrical service upgrades and power distribution systems, home remodels, new additions, new homes, LED recessed lighting design and installation, Lutron lighting control systems, commercial and warehouse lighting, indoor horticulture lighting and ventilation, spas, hot tubs, pools, ceiling fans, underground power and pole installations, troubleshooting, and repair.
NP Environmental is a design/build commercial and residential mechanical systems/HVAC company specializing in geothermal comfort systems, radiant hydronic heating and cooling, and integrated control systems. Their offerings include air-source heat pumps and heat pump water heaters. They are internally staffed to handle every scope within a given project, which ensures quality and timeliness as they are the engineers, designers, installers, and experts, not generally requiring subcontracted labor or services. Their residential customers range from single-family homes to multiunit apartment complexes to mansions. Their commercial customers range from equipment buildings to climate controlled classic car storage facilities to manufacturing facilities with radiant floor heat and NG boilers. They focus their material and brand selections on ones that are made in the USA and owned by US-based companies, maintain a close relationship with their suppliers, and strive to provide locally-sourced components where possible.