Reviews

Liz S.

We bought our home new 6 years ago. In these hot Georgia summers, the a/c never really kept the house cold. However, I generally kept the a/c at 80 because we also have ceiling fans running in every room (and it keeps the bill down). Our a/c units ran non-stop during the summers but I thought that was normal. It wasn’t until I became pregnant that I finally called someone to service our a/c a few summers ago. These guys came out and told me my a/c units were half full of freon. They filled them up and immediately cold air came from the vents. Furthermore, the a/c continually ran at 82/83 on the hot days and the day they filled the freon, 78 degrees felt wonderful. The a/c was finally able to cool the house and didn’t have to run non-stop. Within a month, we saw our power bill drop by nearly $100. We signed up for their biannual service (heat & air) and have been grateful ever since. We love these guys and they’re straightforward & very knowledgeable with any a/c or heating questions you might have. Definitely recommend!

Chris E.

Recently my A/C system started acting up (not cooling well), so I called AirMaster Heating and Air, Inc. They came out and confirmed I was leaking Freon (R22). I had the leak test performed to determine where the leak was and the tech found a leak in three different places; unfortunately one of the leaks was in the evaporator coil. He sealed the other two leaks the best he could without charging me any more money but told me it was just a temporary fix. I was told that it would cost over $1900 to correct the leak in the evaporator coil and suggested I just get a new A/C and furnace since both units were 22 years old. I was planning on getting new units next year anyway but was hoping to be able to hold out until then. When I heard the repair costs, I decided to bite the bullet and have them replaced now since I didn’t want to dump any more money into these old systems. AirMaster Heating and Air, Inc. sent a tech over right after the July 4th holiday and did a thorough inspection of my home and quoted me three prices for three different units. After getting a quote from another company for comparison, I decided to go with AirMaster Heating and Air, Inc., based on my previous business relationship with them and their great service. I opted for the mid-level 16 SEER unit which was 60% higher than my old 10 SEER

Mark T.

Today was my third time using AirMaster Heating and Air, Inc., and I have been extremely pleased with their service every time. The first visit was a basic repair when the furnace died. For the second visit, I purchased a new AC unit (which keeps us delightfully chilly in the summer). Last night I had a fairly severe power problem that burned out *something* in the furnace. Called AirMaster Heating and Air, Inc. this morning. They worked me into their schedule today, and serviceman Ronnie was at the house by 3:00, replaced a transformer, and was out by 3:00. Note that this was on a furnace brand that they do not normally sell. These guys are definitely at the top of my “preferred vendor” list.