I am going to open a new store, which contains heating and cooling devices. What is one word that refers to both? I want to use it in the name of the store, for exmaple:

{Heating and Cooling} Supplies

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    Maybe Ambitemp (short for ambient or mix temperature) or Omnitemp which stands for all kinds of temperature? – Prahlad Yeri Mar 14 '18 at 8:34
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    Climate control (devices)? – JJ for Transparency and Monica Mar 14 '18 at 9:45
  • Ac-heater-fan.... – Mike Darwish Mar 14 '18 at 10:42
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    How would you use the word in a sentence? – Lawrence Mar 14 '18 at 13:59
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    Does HVAC make sense? – jimm101 Mar 17 '18 at 1:43

You could consider HVAC which stands for:

Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning


"Air Conditioning" provides both cooling and humidity control Wikipedia.

Your store name could then be:

HVAC Supplies


Darwish HVAC


Climate-controlled, adjective, according to TFD, OLD and MW:

"Having the temperature and humidity regulated by a heating and cooling system"1

"(Of a car, building, enclosure, etc.) having the interior temperature, humidity, and airflow artificially controlled."3

"having or providing artificial control of air temperature, humidity, and movement"2

Examples in a sentence / excerpt:

"a climate-controlled office"2

"a climate-controlled vehicle"2

There is also the word climate control, a noun, according to dictionary.com:

"a thermostat for controlling a heating or air-conditioning system".4

"Climate control is a system for controlling the temperature inside a vehicle."5

Sometimes climate control is used only for airconditioning specifically, but you could solve that by adding context, consider the following:

We offer climate control, for all you climate-controlled office needs.

Another example (climate control might imply you also include humidity controlling, etc.):

We offer climate control, for all your heating6 and cooling7 needs.

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