Stanfield Air Systems serving Athens and Northeast Georgia

Long gone are the days when a house was heated with a wood stove. Why do some companies still treat your heating and cooling requirements as if those days were still here? Today's heating and cooling technologies require training and certification to function correctly day in and day out.

With so many different choices available, who can you turn to in order to insure the correct solution for your particular requirements? Who has the reliable reputation that you can trust to provide you with what is needed?

Stanfield Air Systems has been serving the Athens area since 1968. We are a family owned and operated business which places quality performance and customer satisfaction first. Stanfield Air Systems represents a full line of Amana High Efficiency Air Conditioners, Aprilaire humidifiers, Honeywell Air Filters, Geothermal Heat Pumps, American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning Systems, PerfectTemp thermostats and Space-Gard air cleaners.

You never know what you will find in your crawlspace!

One of our technicians, Nick, met a new "friend" in a customer's crawl space in Oconee County. Thankfully the rattle snake didn't strike, and John Bryam from Byram Wildlife Removal , LLC (Athens/Clarke County) came to the rescue.  If you don't want to run into unwanted guests while changing your filters, let us do it for you.  Our scheduled maintenance service provide peace of mind and keep you safe from the things that lurk in the dark!

FAQ: How big of a system should I plan for when building a house?

Older space conditioning systems (more than 10 years old) are often unreliable and much less efficient than a modern system. When it's time for a new replacement, choosing one of the correct size (heating and/or cooling output) is critical to getting the best efficiency, comfort, and lowest maintenance and operating costs over the life of the new system. Some national surveys have determined that well over half of all HVAC contractors do not size heating and cooling systems correctly.

The most common sizing mistake is in over-sizing. This not only makes the new system cost more to install, but also forces it to operate inefficiently, break down more often, and cost more to operate. ††††Read More...