Homeowners and businesses in Newtown can count on All Seasons Comfort Control to keep their buildings cool when summer comes, and warm and cozy during the chilly winter months.

All Seasons Comfort Control can service and install a variety of high-quality HVAC options, including:

  • Gas and oil furnaces
  • Mini-split heat pumps
  • Ductless air conditioners
  • Air handlers
  • Whole House humidifiers
  • Programmable thermostats

We know the value of maintenance, and recommend having your HVAC system serviced in the fall and the spring to catch any problems before the weather gets too hot or too cold. And if it’s time for your system to receive a complete overhaul, our experts can provide you with a boiler replacement.

We are an experienced, knowledgeable and award-winning Customer Care Dealer dedicated to providing your home and business with the comfort you deserve.

Testimonial

“They went above and beyond their work. Our AC unit broke and the new unit took a couple of days to get here. It was right during the heatwave and I was 6 months pregnant. They lent us TWO cooling units without charging us. God bless them! And the price was reasonable and the guys were extremely courteous and clean.”
-Sun L, Newtown

“Nobody wants to replace their AC unit. However, dealing with All Seasons cushioned the blow. All around good experience considering. Great company with great employees. I highly recommend them and will use them again.”
-Mike P., Newtown

About Newtown

Come to Newtown to visit a place with a long history! The Borough of Newtown has a rich history. William Penn had dictated Philadelphia as his “great town.” It is believed that in 1682, when he was traveling north, William Penn came upon a group of trees that bordered a creek flowing to the Delaware River and declared that this area would be his “new town.” The town features architectural styles from all the periods since its beginnings. The Historic District was established in 1969, enlarged in 1976 and again in 1985. When visiting Newtown, be sure to stop by the Half Moon Inn Museum and go on the Historic Walking Tour.