About Guthier Heating and Cooling – Jesse and Carrie founded Guthier Heating & Cooling in 2010 with a mission to use their specialties to serve their local community.
With more than 20 years of experience in the Northern Kentucky HVAC industry, Jesse proves his impeccable work ethic in every HVAC service, while Carrie’s attention to detail, keeps Guthier Heating & Cooling running smoothly. Jesse & Carrie never hire subcontractors, so they’ll be with you every step of the way. That’s what they are all about.
If you are like most Northern Kentucky homes, you count on your air conditioner to keep you cool throughout the sticky summers. For the most cost-effective performance during the sweltering heat, we recommend a seasonal check in the spring.
We work to provide superior service at the best possible rate. From time to time, we know it feels great to get a price cut, especially when it comes to your household budget. Financing, service discounts, and competitive offers.
No one wants to live in a freezing ice box, and in the Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati area, winters can get chilly! Your furnace is your first line of defense in keeping out the chill of the winter months.
About the Owners, Jesse and Carrie
For us, Guthier Heating & Cooling is more than just a job. It’s our Passion Project. We started Guthier Heating & Cooling in the hope of making a difference in the community that has given us so much.
Northern Kentucky is home – it’s where we live, play, and work. We’re honored to serve our neighbors who we treat as our lifelong extended family.
“I’m endlessly impressed by Jesse’s skills,” Carrie shared. “His strong work ethic and dedication to our customers is apparent in every job he completes.”
“But it’s Carrie’s friendliness and unparalleled customer service that keeps our customers coming back, no matter their need,” added Jesse.
We are so grateful for the opportunity to serve you. Thanks to your loyalty, we have continued to serve our Northern Kentucky family for more than 8 years. If you see us out in the community, from church pews to grocery store aisles, say hello. We’d love to get to know you as much as we hope to serve you.