When Conditioned Air Systems first opened its doors in 1983, Oakwood was not much more than a crossroads village near Lake Lanier. Now it features some of the most expansive business parks in Hall County and its former junior college campus has joined with other institutions to become home to one of the bigger universities in the state.
Through all of its growth, prosperity and change, Conditioned Air Systems has been right alongside, helping Oakwood-based businesses, homes, schools and more stay comfortable via quality HVAC installation and repair.
We managed to do so thanks to a commitment to quality, technology and customer service that we founded ourselves upon. In fact, it those commitments are still a hallmark of Conditioned Air Systems.
Conditioned Air utilized those traits to build relationships and earn the trust of numerous Oakwood institutions, including the University of North Georgia – which took over what was called Gainesville College when we first opened our doors. The Hall County School System also trusted us to their heating and cooling needs, including two high schools and numerous elementary and middle schools in the fast-growing community.
Our extensive knowledge of everything from ductwork and thermostats, to split units and single home condensers – all the way to massive VRF (variable refrigerant flow) systems – means that, whatever your needs, we are ready to handle it.
Our service and commitment to you also means that you will never have to worry about it once it is installed. We back all of our products with a full, minimum one-year warranty. And our service department keeps our clients in Oakwood secure in the knowledge that we will always be there to ensure their comfort. Call 770‐536‐7509 to let us put together an estimate or quote for your project or for immediate repair needs call 770‐534‐5121.
“This morning I turned on the air conditioning when it was 80 degrees and very muggy. In 23 minutes we were comfortable in this 3,200 square-foot upper level. Conditioned Air Systems designed our system very, very well.”