Providing Comfort To Your Family Since 1910
Skoog Heating and Cooling is highly experienced and trained to be on hand for any heating and cooling problems you may have. We conduct routine HVAC maintenance and repairs, as well as the installation of leading brands. We carry and install products designed to give you the most in comfort and savings. Our heating and cooling systems are built with proven components to provide safe, clean and reliable comfort year round.
The business, which is a fourth-generation owned and operated business, was taken over by Mike Skoog from his father, Duane Skoog, in 2007 at which time it was transitioned to the heating and cooling company it is now from the hardware store it had been. The business was located on South James Street for years, moving to the Madison Street location in 2013.
Mike has over 24 years of experience in the business and looks forward to his sons taking over for him in the future. Until then, he continues to look into “new energy and cost efficient systems and technology to help assist customers in meeting their needs.”
Going Strong 104+ years!
Serving the four (4) county area for over 104 years, Skoog Heating and Cooling has one goal in mind, and that is to provide area residents with the best HVAC service available. Employing only certified technicians and focusing on the highest level of customer service, you can be assured your job will exceed your highest expectations.
What We Offer
Skoog Heating and Cooling LLC. offers installation and service of furnaces, air conditioners, fire-places, water heaters, space heaters, heat pumps, geothermal units, air cleaners and humidifiers. The company carries brands including Lennox, Amana, Climate Master, Heatilator, and Regency, among others.
The firm of Skoog & Borg was organized in 1910, when partners Charles Skoog and Herman Borg opened a hardware store in the Johnson block of South James Street.
Borg, who had worked for some time previously in the Good-sell (Ackersville) hardware store, was at first the only partner to devote his full time to the business. Charles, who had been a lumber inspector in the mills and a carpenter by trade, continued on at his carpenter work.
Ten years later in 1920, Charles quit his carpentering to devote his time to the store along with his son Herman Skoog, who in 1919 bought Borg’s interest in the business
In 1916 the stock merchandise was moved into Blumenstock block of South James Street and, in 1932, was moved again to the store at 307 S. James Street. Charles and Herman continued the partnership until it was broken by Herman’s death in 1933.
W.J. Skoog (Pep to his friends) was the youngest brother of Herman, son of Charles, and had grown up in the business, helping at times in the store. While he was young, he also worked as a carrier boy for the Ludington Daily News and was later employed in the mail room of the newspaper for some time. Pep worked with his father and brother in the store from 1922 through 1933 and then for 16 years worked elsewhere.
When his father Charles died in 1948, W.J. took over the hardware business and devoted his full time to the store.