Tips & Ideas For Naming An HVAC Business

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Last Updated on October 4, 2020

There are more than 106,000 HVAC companies in the United States alone. So, it’s no surprise settling on a unique name when starting a new HVAC business is difficult. 

Picking the right name gives prospective customers an idea about your business’s services, creates a good first impression, and helps you stand out from the competition.

Are the best HVAC company name ideas already taken? How do you come up with something fresh? And what the legality of using a name? 


If you’re not sure how to answer those questions, you’re in the right place. Keep reading to learn my top tips for choosing a creative name for your business and how to make sure your favorite choices are available. 

Let’s dive in!

Tips for Choosing a Catchy HVAC Company Name

If you’re struggling to choose a company name for your HVAC company, one of the best things to do is just to start brainstorming. As you go through the tips outlined below, make a list of words, phrases, and terms associated with your business. 

From there, you can narrow down the list and cross off ideas you don’t like. 

Once you have several top considerations, we’ll walk through how to make sure you’re allowed to use them. This last step helps you narrow down your list even more so you can make a final decision. 

1. Consider the Services You Plan to Offer

There are a few different types of services an HVAC company can focus on, so it’s worth considering the use of your services in the name of the business. Maybe you want to focus on commercial or residential customers or installs or maintenance. Perhaps you’re considering offering other specialty services. 

Add the different types of services you want to offer to your brainstorming list. 

Remember to avoid anything limiting your business’s future growth if you decide to go in another direction down the road. 

2. Location-Specific Terms

Most HVAC companies are specific to a geographic service area. So, if that’s true for your business, consider adding a location-specific term to your business name. 

You can consider things like:

  • City nicknames
  • Neighborhoods
  • Regions or states
  • And descriptive terms

However, consider what happens if you expand outside your intended service area. Does the name become limiting? If so, it’s best to avoid it if you plan to expand or change directions later. 

3. Avoid Business Names That Are Hard to Pronounce, Hear, or Spell

Despite the technological advances of voice search, assistants like Siri and Alexa struggle to understand slang and other confusing words. 

This could limit how often your business shows up in voice (and text-based) search if your name is hard to spell, pronounce, or hear. Because of that, it’s important to avoid complicated words, industry jargon, and using numbers in place of letters.  While having a unique HVAC business name is good, being too unique may not be so good. 

Keep your business name as simple and easy to remember as possible so potential customers can easily find you. 

4. Consider Alliterations and Rhyming Words

Alliterations and rhymes are catchy and easy to remember. Because of that, they make for great business names. 

That said, it’s not always easy to come up with them. Start with choosing a few of your favorite words from your master brainstorm list. 

Then, you can Google “words that start with C” to come up with a name like Complete Comfort or Cool Company or whatever letter you’re using to create an alliteration. Alternatively, you can search “words that rhyme with _____.” 

It can be time-consuming, but it’s an excellent place to start. 

And don’t forget to add any exciting finds to your brainstorm list while you’re at it. Try not to overthink the names you come up with during this stage.  Just write them all down as some of the more interesting ones may spark better ideas later.

5. Steer Clear of Initials or Obscure Acronyms

Initials and unusual acronyms are hard to remember, so they typically don’t make great business names. They can also be challenging to pronounce and confusing for voice search as well. 

Furthermore, there are 325 different two-letter combination possibilities in the English language. And the odds of your customers remembering the specific letters you chose are pretty small. 

6. Imagery Words

Another consideration when brainstorming name ideas is whether HVAC industry-related words could also lend themselves to be used in a logo. For instance, an HVAC company could use a snowflake or heat and focus the name around the image.


7. Still Struggling? Try the Owner’s Name

If you’ve made it this far and are still struggling to find the best name, you can always consider using the business owner’s name. Doing so works well if the owner also plans to be the face behind the business. 

Something to keep in mind is that using the owner’s name as the business name can make it more challenging to sell the business in the future. 

8. Look at These Existing HVAC Names

Here is a list of existing HVAC company names that may help give you some creative ideas.  

While many of these names may be available for you to use, be sure to check first to be sure it can be used. Tips on how to check business name availability are after the list of names!

  • 1 Hour Air Conditioning & Heating
  • 1-800air Conditioning & Heating
  • 2nd Opinion Cooling Service 
  • 3h A C Of Orlando
  • 5 Star Heating & Cooling Solutions
  • 72 Degrees Heating & Cooling
  • 911 Cold Air 
  • A C Fast Solutions Corp
  • A C Pro
  • A Cool Breeze Heating & Air Cond
  • A D Refrigeration & HVAC
  • A To Z Air Care 
  • A Z Absolute Cooling 
  • A/C Central
  • A/C Now 
  • A/C Repair Pro 
  • A1 Elite Air Condition 
  • Absolute Comfort Cooling 
  • Accountable Air Conditioning
  • Accutech Cooling
  • Ace Two Hours Air Conditioning
  • Action Air Conditioning Heating
  • Advanced Climate Solutions 
  • Advanced Heating & Air
  • Advantage HVAC
  • Affordable Air
  • Air & Heat Of North Florida
  • Air Climate Control
  • Air Conditioning By Steven
  • Air Conditioning Experts
  • Air Conditioning Guy
  • Air Docs Of The Treasure Coast
  • Air Flow Pros
  • Air Force 1 Air Cond 
  • Air Service of Citrus County
  • Air Services Of America
  • Airmax Heating & Air Cond
  • Airtight Cooling & Heating
  • All Comfort Air & Heating
  • All Good A/C 
  • All Toasty Heating & Air Cond
  • Alpha Air Conditioning & Heating
  • Arctic Circle Air Cond & Heating
  • Arizona Sommers Cooling & Heat
  • Atlantic Air Conditioning 
  • Awesome Air SD
  • B & J Comfort Solutions
  • Bakersfield Air Conditioning
  • Bay Area Comfort Solutions 
  • Castle Cooling & Heating 
  • Celestial Air Conditioning Co
  • Climate Solutions 
  • Comfort Breeze A/C 
  • Cool Air Pros
  • Cool Tech Air Conditioning
  • Cool Today
  • Cooltech Heating & Cooling
  • Custom Climate Professionals
  • Dave’s Heating & Air Cond
  • Duane Scott’s A C Service
  • Duckworth Environmental Service
  • Eastern Mechanical Service
  • Eco Fresh HVAC 
  • Elite Air Conditioning
  • Extreme A/C
  • Fathead Cooling 
  • For The Love Of Air
  • Frank’s Quality Air
  • Go Green Smart Cooling 
  • Gomez Air Conditioning 
  • Got Heating & Air
  • Hawk Heating & Air Cond
  • Helm Cooling Systems
  • High Desert Mechanical
  • Home Central Air
  • Honest Air
  • Indoor Comfort Heating & Cooling
  • Infinity Air Solutions 
  • Innovation Air Conditioning
  • Integrity Air Conditioning
  • Jamison Heating & Cooling Service
  • Just A C 
  • Keep Cool
  • King Air Conditioning 
  • Kj’s Cooling & Heating 
  • Laroche Fire & Ice
  • Low Cost Heating & Air Cond
  • Modern Comfort Solutions
  • Mohr Air Conditioning
  • Moore Heating & Air
  • Mountain Air Cooling & Heat
  • Mountain Breeze Heating & Air Cond
  • NV Heating & Cooling
  • Oasis Air Solutions 
  • Old School Heating & Cooling 
  • Onyx Heating & Air Conditioning
  • Pacific Coast Refrigeration & A C 
  • Pacific Heating & Air Cond 
  • Perfect Air
  • Performance Refrigeration
  • Power Source AC
  • Precise Air Conditioning
  • Prime Air Care 
  • Quality Air Conditioning & Heating
  • Quality Cooling
  • Real Time Bros Heating & Air Cond
  • Reliable Home Comfort
  • San Diego Air Conditioning 
  • Spartan Cooling
  • Summit Breeze Heating & Cooling
  • Sunset Heating & Cooling
  • Super Air Repair
  • Superior Air
  • Tier 1 Air Conditioning
  • Topnotch Mechanical 
  • Trinity Air Conditioning & Heating
  • True Tech Air Conditioning 
  • Valley’s Best Heating & Air Cond
  • Vegas Air Solutions
  • Wingate Mechanical 

Checking the Availability of Your Top Considerations

At this point, you should have several top considerations to choose from. And the best way to narrow it down further is to check each one for availability. 

This step is vital because using a name that someone else is using could be very costly, time-consuming to rebrand your business, and possibly embarrassing. There are several places to look to check whether a name is available to use, so let’s walk through each one. 

Trademark Search

Trademarks are the most critical, so we’ll start here. 

If a name or phrase is trademarked, you’re not allowed to use it in a similar capacity. So, run a trademark search for each business name you’re considering and cross off those that aren’t available. 

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Local Search

Just because there isn’t a federal trademark on a name doesn’t mean the name you want is available.  That’s because there is a trademark known as a common law trademark. A common law trademark isn’t filed anywhere but provides someone who uses that name in commerce some limited rights in their geographical area to use the name.  It can be hard to define how far geographically these rights extend as each industry is different. Still, at a basic level, someone can’t open a business and name it the same or similar name as a competing business in town. If you think the name could potentially create confusion with customers, it is usually best to find another one to use to avoid potential legal issues down the road. 

To do a local search, open up the Yellow Pages (if you still have one), and do a Google search to see if there are any local competitors with a similar business name to the one you want to use. 

Cross off any similar names from your list and take the rest and let’s keep checking.  

State Entity Search (If Applicable)

If you plan to register your HVAC company as a corporation or LLC, you must register with a unique business name. Each state requires every corporation or LLC to register a unique name for their entity.  This doesn’t necessarily protect your name from anyone else using it, but nobody can register a corporation or LLC under the same name in your state.

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If you find the name is in use, cross it off your list and move on.

Domain Name Availability

Website addresses aren’t as critical as the first three searches, but it’s still worth doing. Typically, you want your domain name to be “yourbusinessname.com” without any numbers, dashes, etc.

It’s easiest for customers to remember, but these are hard to come by.

However, you can explore other configurations and extensions if your preferred domain name isn’t available. Just remember your customers may have a more difficult time finding you online.

You can start with . Type in the domain name you want to use to see if it’s available. The tool also returns other possibilities you may want to consider.

Social Media Profiles

Next, especially if you are stuck between a couple of names, check and see if anyone is already using your potential HVAC company names on social media. Consider which platforms you plan to use and start with those. 

Keep in mind you may have to shorten your company name for some platforms. Twitter only allows 15 characters, for example. 

Start with your preferred platforms and do a quick search for your name. If nothing pops up, that likely means no one is using it, and you’re good to go. 

Example: Someone is using startingyourbusiness on Instagram, so I would have to choose a different handle, making it more difficult for customers to find me.

Vanity Phone Number

An inexpensive way to make your business stick out and is easier for your customers to remember is to get a custom phone number with your business name.  These are affordable too, with pricing typically around $10-$25 per month, depending on the level of features you need.

Companies like  and let you type in words to quickly see if a local or toll-free number is available.  

Hopefully, you now have some good business names to work with. Once you have this list narrowed down to just a few interesting names and researched that they are all available, start asking friends, family, and potential customers their thoughts to get feedback and then pick your perfect HVAC company name! 

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