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Welcome To Performance Engineering HVACR: a Sterling Heights Heating, Cooling & Electrical Service

Performance Engineering has been a fully licensed and insured Mechanical (HVACR) and Electrical Contractor since 1990. We provide all types of residential, commercial and industrial heating, cooling and electrical sales and service. We offer a value driven method to our clients which results in a 96 percent overall customer satisfaction and retention rate.

Every job we do, whether its repair service or an installation, we provide a warranty that we will stand behind. Our quality of work is performed with pride in a Craftsman like manner.

If you have any questions or need a quote for your next project, please Contact Us for a free quote today!

Sterling Heights Heater and Refrigeration Repair & Consulting Services

We offer high quality products like Lennox, Bryant, Re-Verber-Ray and Gordon-Ray tube heaters, Lochinvar water heaters and boilers, HeatCraft refrigeration, CaptiveAire commercial hoods / fans for about the same cost as our competitors do using generic or no brand equipment.

Sterling Heights Heater and Air Conditioner Installation Services

We can boast that we provide the neatest and most professional installations available anywhere because we do.We urge potential clients to contact our customers and ask questions; or to visit a past work site to see for themselves the quality of the work we provide. Moreover, the single most important detail about installing one of these products in your home or office is the installing contractor.

The Services We Provide in Sterling Heights, Michigan:

Sterling Heights HVAC Repair

Residential &
Commercial Forced Air Furnaces & Air Conditioning

Hot Water &
Steam Boilers

Roof Top HVAC

Restaurant
Hoods, Fans & Controls

Refrigeration
Equipment

Make Up &
Exhaust Air Systems

Pumps

Generators &
Transfer Equipment

Electrical
Service & Distribution Panel Installed

New
Construction & Additions

FREE In Home
Estimates

Installation and Replacement of plugs, circuits & switches

Hot Tub & Swimming Pool Wiring

Heating & Cooling

Ventilation

Sterling Heights Refrigeration and Heating Installation and Repair

Air Conditioning

Refrigeration

Electrical

Solar Power

Wind Power

Geo-Thermal

Bio-Diesel & Waste Fuel Heater

Residential Services:Heating

Furnace Repair

Service

Residential Services:Cooling

Air Conditioning

repair service

Indoor Air Quality

Humidifiers
Electronic Air Cleaners

Thermostats
Digital Programmable Replacements
Air Condition
Furnace
Hot Water Tank / Water Heater

All Makes and Models
Hot Water Tank /
Water Heater
Service Repair
Installation
Maintenance

Commercial

Heating and Cooling

Roof Top Units

Refrigeration

Walk in Coolers
repair service

Walk in Freezers
repair service

Self Contained
Refrigeration
Equipment

Reach in Cooler

Reach in Freezer

Compressors

Supermarkets

Condensing Units

Maintenance

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HISTORY OF Sterling Heights

About Sterling Heights, Michigan

Sterling Heights‘ link to the past, present and future winds along the picturesque banks of the Clinton River.

The first American settlers in Mt. Clemens arrived as captives of the Chippewa Indians following the end of the Revolutionary War. After some escaped and others were freed by ransom payment from German missionaries, the settlers eventually built cabins along the Clinton River near Mt. Clemens, recognizing the rich natural resources the river and surrounding area possessed.

Once known as the Huron River (the original Indian name of the river was Natawasippee), the Clinton river received its current name back on July 17, 1824, as locals renamed the waterway in honor of New York‘s governor, DeWitt Clinton. Area pioneers hunted the abundant game in the lush forests along the river and had no problems catching fish in its clear, fast running waters.

The 1882 edition of the History of Macomb outlined the river by stating: “The Huron (Clinton) River enters the town at the headwaters of the hydraulic canal in the Village of Utica, flows through a tortuous channel southeast and leaves the (Sterling) township. The soil is very productive, generally level and carefully cultivated.”

Farmers took advantage of the area’s rich soil and built large homesteads, harvesting crops of wheat and corn on 100-acre farms. Apple and peach orchards dotted the landscape, and by 1832, more than 2,500 sheep and 1,200 cows grazed on rich grasslands, in addition to more than 500 horses used to work the fields.

As it had during the population boom of the 1950s, Sterling Township welcomed a great many residents from the City of Detroit after the War of 1812. A man by the name of Lewis Drake, born in New York and a direct descendant of famed 16th centur navigator Sir Francis Drake, came to the area now known as Sterling Heights in 1832 and bought government land at the price of 18 shillings (less than $4) an acre. His farm was located in the area of Dodge Park and Utica Roads. His farm was located in the Northwest section 14, East of Clinton River along the River Road.

By 1880, Sterling Township was a prosperous rural area of neat farm homes and fields of wheat, corn and other crops. Sterling Township‘s population was estimated at 2,088.

Before Detroit introduced the first “horseless carriages,” the “iron horse” made its way through the farming community of Sterling Township. The Romeo and Utica Stage Line met all passenger trains of the Detroit and Bay City Railroad at the Utica Depot, located just south of what is now Auburn Road in Utica. Trains passed through Sterling Township four times a day.

Today, Sterling Heights is considered an integral part of the greater Detroit Metropolitan area. However, back in 1900, the trek from Sterling Township to Detroit was a half-day horseback trip on a rough clay Van Dyke road. Residents relied on Utica Road, a planked toll street, and the Clinton River to transport their goods to market.

The Clinton River park system has grown in popularity throughout the years, and now features several miles of trails and a number of relaxing picnic areas.