Aaac service heating and air conditioning

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257 Yardsley DriveMcdonough, GA 30253

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  • Aaac service heating and air conditioning - Mcdonough, GA -  rvrsrz

    Reviews: 1

    Prompt, honest and professional
    rvrsrz (1 review)
    6/24/2012

    Couldn't ask for better, or more professional service. Woke up on a Sunday with the house at 78 degrees, and within an hour it was 80F. On a Sunday. Rodney answered my call, and since he was just up the road he was able to stop by within an hour. He probably could have sold a new A/C unit since mine's going on twenty years, but he simply replaced two capacitors (compressor and fan), and recharged the freon. Two inexpensive parts, and a reasonable service call fee later, and my house was starting to cool down again. I'd recommend AAA/C to anyone who asks for a referral.

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    Aaac service heating and air conditioning replied on 6/25/2012

    Thank you for taking the time to review us. Your review will help us a lot. Here is some info that may help others.Aaac service has 2 Mcdonough locations serving Henry county 7708754113 & one location in Fayette county 4048524510. Residential air conditioner repairs near Mcdonough we stay local to keep the prices low. We are open Saturdays and Sundays at no extra cost.After hours emergency repairs maybe available until 8pm.Aaac service heating and air has low prices on furnace,coil and air conditioner replacements. Locust grove & Stockbridge we are here in Henry county and can fix your furnace or a/c the same day in many cases.

  • Aaac service heating and air conditioning - Mcdonough, GA -  um1941

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    Good work
    um1941 (1 review)
    8/28/2011

    I called them to service my old a/c I need a new one soon but I can't get it now. They got my a/c cooling and it may get me threw the summer until I can get a new one. um1941

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    Aaac service heating and air conditioning replied on 6/25/2012

    Thanks for writing. I finally was able to log on to answer these so I'm getting them all at the same time. I always try my best to get the old systems going sometimes they last a few more years sometimes I can tell if you have a few months.If you don't have a freon leak you may squeeze a few months out of an old air conditioner. If it leaks you need to replace it asap. If the compressor dies its time for a new one.If we get a real old furnace or air conditioner working again we often leave an estimate because the old system is working inefficiently. We can give estimates over the phone for replacements if you have the size and location of the old furnace and air conditioner.


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Hours of Operation

  • MON
  • 8:00am
  • 8:00pm
  • TUE
  • 8:00am
  • 8:00pm
  • WED
  • 8:00am
  • 8:00pm
  • THU
  • 8:00am
  • 8:00pm
  • FRI
  • 8:00am
  • 8:00pm
  • SAT
  • 8:00am
  • 8:00pm
  • SUN
  • 8:00am
  • 8:00pm