Our Mission is simply “To be the very best heating and air conditioning company in the St. Louis area”!
We want to provide the best experience possible, and be your HVAC provider for life.
For more on our company values, read a message from our President, Butch Welsch.
For over a century, Welsch Heating and Cooling Company has been fortunate to have a motivated, professional, staff that’s eager to help and committed to quality customer care. We’d like to sincerely thank all of our employees, present and past, for their help and dedication. Read more about our team members here.
The Welsch Furnace Company (now Welsch Heating and Cooling Company) was founded in 1895 by current president George “Butch” Welsch’s great-grandfather. Butch is proud to carry on the family business and pleased to continue to offer the excellent customer service and attention to detail that has been the hallmark of Welsch Heating and Cooling for over 100 years. There’s plenty more to our story, and you can read more about it here.
Throughout more than a century of service, Welsch Heating and Cooling Company has received numerous awards and recognition for service excellence, civic responsibility and overall performance as a business leader in the St. Louis area. Read more about our accomplishments here.
Welsch Heating and Cooling is proud to belong to a number of important industry organizations. To learn more about the organizations to which we belong, click here.
We love our customers, and are proud to share their comments with you. You can read what they have to say about us here.
We are always seeking to employ the best and highest quality people in the Heating and Air Conditioning industry. If you feel you have the skills and drive to work for a high quality, customer oriented company, then we would be interested in seeing your resume. You may e-mail it directly to our owner. We cannot guarantee that there will be a position open at the time when you send in your resume, however we will maintain all resumes for contact at the time a need arises.