Healthy Home Heating and Cooling was established in 2005 by Russ Van Den Elzen. Together, our team has over 58 years of experience in air comfort solutions. Our staff is trained to provide you with the best possible solution to any heating and cooling situation you face. We work for an end result of comfort solutions for you and your family. Most importantly, we treat every home like one of our own. It is how we have done business since our founding, and it is the way we will continue to do business for years to come.
Meet Our Founder:
Our founder, Russ Van Den Elzen, was born and raised in the Green Bay area and has worked for more than 34 years in the heating and cooling industry. Upon graduation from Bay Port High School, Russ went to work as a switchman on the railroad. As work on the railroad decreased, he started work in the heating and cooling industry. Russ quickly learned that he had a knack for the heating and cooling trade.
From working years in the business, Russ’ knowledge grew from service work and installation to project design and business management. After working for a local contractor for 24 years, he decided to further his career by opening his own business. Starting from the ground up, Russ established Healthy Home Heating and Cooling in 2005. Russ’ devotion to quality service is the essence of the business. After ten years of service, Healthy Home Heating and Cooling continues to grow from the support of our customers.
Throughout his career, Russ continues to further his education by attending local seminars, national seminars, and training sessions. He also works to keep up to date with the most advanced technology in the industry. Russ has held a presidential position with ACCA (Air Conditioning Contractors of America), served twelve years on the advisory counsel for a local technical college, and worked closely with the Wisconsin Focus on Energy Program. He regularly networks with other Independent Contractors as a part of Business Network International.
His hobbies include hunting, fishing and boating in the Northwoods.