Welcome to our blog! Here we share snippets of expertise about heating, air conditioning, plumbing, and general community events. We are proud to service Middle Georgia for all your HVAC and plumbing needs.
The hot weather is officially here...and here to stay. While we can't escape the heat and the inevitable fact that our thermostat temperatures will drop lower and lower, we can offer you a few ways to help keep those utility bills down. You'd be surprised what simple exchanges, tips, and tricks you can follow to put money back into your pocket while the heat tries to steal it away. Switch it up A few exchanges made between simple household items and every day tasks can make a
We are back with a feature favorite- our Employee Spotlight! Each month, we like to recognize one of our hardworking employees and get to know them a little better. This month, we are featuring one of our Sales Managers, Jeremy Basilici. "I am a native to Thomaston. My wife Ashley (my high-school sweetheart) teaches kindergarten at Upson-Lee and we have one child , Charlie who is in the second grade. Together we manage a hectic schedule of work, school, church, baseball, cu
comfort for the soul | with A&B Welcome back to Culturally Comfortable! Our next location is a company favorite. Just over the river and through the woods, you’ll find Sprewell Bluff Park, Georgia’s “little-known gem”. Taken over by Upson County in 2013, the love and amenities of the park have grown tremendously. The park offers a day of fun; hiking, swimming, skipping rocks, canoeing, or just hanging up your Eno and enjoying the sights and sounds of God’s beautiful creation.
Introducing our Service Manager, Keith! He spent his childhood in Woodland but now lives in Thomaston with his wife. He has worked at A & B Heating & Cooling since the summer before he graduated high school, which totals to about 26 years, talk about loyal! Keith is responsible for ordering parts, dispatching our technicians and problem solving for our service crew. Q) Where is your favorite place to eat?
A) Any type of Japanese Hibachi restaurant or 6th Street Pier. Q) What