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About Us


At Atlanta HVAC, whenever you need a HVAC repair, maintenance or a new airconditioning system, we will definitely provide you with the best products and services available that meets your request and budget.

We are competitive, qualified and want to be your preferred choice for the residential and commercial HVAC Atlanta needs.

We have been in the business for the longest time and are licensed, insured and bonded. Our HVAC technicians are fully trained and equipped which will always be ableto give the right answers for your HVAC queries and ensure that every services delivered are coupled with a smile.

We take pride in our quality service and unsurpassed custom installations. We want to thank you in advance for showing interest in our services. We pride ourselves on our knowledgeable staff and our excellent customer service.

Our technicians receive the most up to date training available and we stay on the forefront of home comfort technology.

We regularly use NATE certified technicians to ensure the highest level of customer service for residential HVAC as well as for the commercial ones.

Heating and Air Conditioning Services Provided includes the following:

 Air conditioner Installation and Repair
 Airconditioner repair
 Heating and Air conditioning maintenance
 Heat Pump installation & repair
 Furnace Installation and repair

Reminders on choosing a local heating and air contractor

1. Be extra cautious of a residential hvac contractor or commercial one that gives you a bid or an estimate over the phone

Heating units can be very complicated and not all equipment works the same way. Depending on the fuel source, fan and duct system, distribution system and heat exchanging flow, it is important that a skilled technician is mindful on the actual issue or problem. Giving an estimated price of the actual service and project activity will never be accurate and enough.

There are several areas that a technician cannot see over the phone: How is the ducting? Are there proper amount of registers per area or room? What are the sources of heat and heat exchanging unit? ….. And a lot more questions and factors to consider. None of this can be executed just by talking over the phone. If this occurs, it just clearly manifests how the person you are speaking with is inexperienced or is just trying to gain your business without even giving effort of visiting your house or establishment.

A true residential hvac contractor will go the extra mile of crawling in your attic or basement and would not hesitate to squeeze himself in tough spaces and investigate the whole entire house.

All reputable HVAC contractors is proactive in giving a written bid that they will adhere to. This should include a list of everything that will and should be accomplished with the corresponding price and timeline. The contract should also detail the payment due dates and options available.

2. Residential HVAC companies and commercial ones ensure that all their contractors and technicians should be licensed by the Contractors State License Board

Be sure that you check HVAC Contractor’s essential paperworks. Depending where you live or where your business is situated, a HVAC contractor may be required by the state, municipality or county to obtain a license or a certificate of passed exams and technical HVAC training.

There is definitely too much at stake as each technician is expected to do complex tasks such as manipulation of gas lines as well as electrical and plumbing works and we do not want to leave these to inexperienced ones as this will mean danger in our safety and lives.

You may check specific websites to verify your states’ requirements or check if your local heating and ac contractors are licensed: Contractor’s License Reference Site and National Contractors websites.

Other important licenses and certifications include contract license surety bonds as a precaution against unfair dealings. It will serve as a financial insurance in case something goes wrong with the agreement initially signed. In case the worker or technician gets injured, you may also need to secure a worker’s compensation insurance.

3. Secure referrals or read online reviews

One can have the option to ask at least three referrals from former or current customers of HVAC contractors within your area or household. Take some time and effort in calling the referrals and ask all the questions you may have in mind and you wish to get answered.

Through this, you can ensure that your selection of your local hvac companies will lead to a successful business transaction for all perspectives and sides involved.

Google is also an ideal online reference and would not filter reviews which make it a reliable source in choosing a HVAC company. Check the companies track record, client testimonials as well as an overview of the price and cost of the services and repair maintenance. But at the end of the line, it is you who makes the final decision, use your common sense.

Choose your favorite and preferred review site and do tons of research as you may please to do so.

4. Strike a balance between cost and efficacy or quality of the service

Be very careful especially with those offering the lowest bid or cost. Unfortunately, study shows that 25%-30% of the residential business in 2015 came from fixing botched installations from what they call bargain contractors.

Two possible results may include your home not being properly heated or worse yet, it will fail and will cost you even more.

What do you do? Get multiple bids, and go with your gut feel. Ask yourself series of questions from who you trust the most to who does the job best? It will be cheaper in the long run to go with a reputable HVAC contractor upfront, even if the cost may be quite higher.

Never assume that you’ll save more if you go to a cheaper one.