As a resident to the area you know that Fredericksburg and the Spotsylvania area is susceptible to very cold winters. It’s not uncommon to get days of snow and ice with temperatures well below freezing. It's important that you're safe, warm and comfortable in your home.
A modern furnace or other heating system is complex and if not calibrated properly can use excess energy or breakdown. You need a reliable local HVAC contractor that is trained to work on all brands of heaters such as Garnett Heating and Air. We have faithfully been serving Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania and Stafford and the surrounding area since 1957.
If your heating system breaks down and it’s freezing outside you need a professional heating technician as quickly as possible. Garnett offers Emergency Service 24-hours a day, 7 days a week and we’re ready to respond to your call.
Our technicians are factory trained, NATE certified and dedicated to perfection. If your furnace can be repaired, we will get the work done efficiently and affordably. Our service vehicles are stocked with a full range of parts, and most repair jobs are completed without the need for a second visit.
If it’s time to replace your heating system you have found the right company. Garnett Heating & Air will take the time to understand your needs and desires. We can explain which heating system will work right for your home, comfort and budget. We are the area specialists in:
Your home heating system is one of the biggest investments in your home and can be one of your biggest energy expenses if not properly maintained. We offer Garnett Plus to insure that your home heating system is operating properly to extend the life of the equipment and save you money on fuel or electricity.
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HVAC contractors use a Manual J calculation to determine the heating and cooling loads of a home or building, and recommend the capacity of HVAC equipment needed. It's one of the tools published by the Air Conditioning Contractors of America to help HVAC contractors design a heating and air conditioning system.
NATE stands for North American Technician Excellence and is an independent organization that certifies installation or service technicians with a knowledge-based test. A recent survey says that 87% of air conditioning and heating consumers prefer certified technicians.
While the Energy Center usually tries to avoid the use of acronyms, HVAC is in common use in the heating and cooling industry. It stands for "heating, ventilation and air conditioning," three functions often combined into one system in today's modern homes and buildings.