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We're here when you need us.

You probably don't think about your heating and cooling system until it stops working - then it's all you can think about until it is running again. At Stanfield Air Systems, we understand how frustrating it is when your home comfort system isn't working properly, and we work hard to get your heating and cooling back up as quickly as possible. That's why we're the area's "go-to" source for heating and cooling repairs.


Your go-to repair experts

The most common heating and cooling system repairs include:

  • refrigerant leaks,

  • electrical failure,

  • problems related to dirty filters,

  • drainage issues,

  • and sensor malfunctions.


Stanfield can quickly address these issues and tougher problems including faulty ductwork, ventilation issues, mechanical failure, and more.

With Stanfield, you can rest assured that not only will we repair your heating and cooling problems, we always look for ways to improve your home’s efficiency and leave your home better than we found it.

If you are experiencing issues with your heating or air conditioning system, please do not wait – call Stanfield at 706-549-4767 or fill out the request form now.


Call us at 706-549-4767 to get in touch with our on-call technician. Here to serve you on the weekends between 8 am and 5 pm, if you need us.

Request Repair Service


Our technicians are knowledgeable, friendly, and professional. Each technician is NATE Certified, meaning they have passed testing on their applied knowledge of HVAC repair under real-world circumstances via the North American Technician Excellence (NATE) organization. This certification may sound nice, but what it really means for you is that our technicians are adept at correctly identifying and repairing any range of problems within a heating and cooling system.


You can have peace of mind that you’re in good hands when you call Stanfield for all of your heating and cooling system needs. Our staff is ready to help you! 706-549-4767


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