College Park

Best service ever. They replace my air conditioner after 8 years of pure pain and frustration. Very reasonable price and service gas been excellent! The original AC was not big enough to cool my house in the summer, ever! Many other AC places tried quick fixes that cost a lot of money! Never worked! Thank you Nathan! Also they left the house cleaner than when arrived:) ... Donna Sheain

Commercial Furnace Repair Technicians

If you live in College Park, Georgia or Fulton County and need help with your residential or commercial heating, cooling, air conditioning or heat pump - call us. Reese Services...your local commercial HVAC experts.


Most common heating and air conditioning questions from College Park commercial customers:

  • How to fix a broken air conditioner for my business?
  • How do I troubleshoot a broken furnace?
  • Furnace pilot light is out, how do I fix this? 
  • My gas furnace is broken, how do I fix it? 
  • My furnace blower is broken, how do I fix it? 
  • How do I fix a broken thermostat in my office building? 
  • What are some air conditioning repair troubleshooting tips? 
  • My air conditioning keeps freezing up. What can I do? 
These are all great questions. Reese Services can answer all of them when you call us at (678) 255-6073 .

About College Park, Georgia:

College Park
is located on the border of Fulton and Clayton counties. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 10.1 square miles, of which 0.019 square miles, or 0.19%, is water.

College Park's City Hall is 8 miles southwest of downtown Atlanta. Interstate 85 passes through the city and merges with Interstate 285, the perimeter highway around Atlanta, for a short distance in the southern part of College Park. I-85 exits 69 through 72 and I-285 exits 60 and 62 are located within the College Park city limits. The western part of Hartsfield–Jackson Airport, including its domestic terminal, occupies the eastern side of the city.

The community that would become College Park was founded as Atlantic City in 1890 as a depot on the Atlanta and West Point Railroad. The town was renamed Manchester when it was incorporated as a city in 1891. It was renamed again as the city of College Park in 1896.
The city has 853 properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior. The city's name came from being the home of Cox College (where the city hall and other buildings now stand) and Georgia Military Academy (now the Woodward Academy). The east-west avenues in College Park are named for Ivy League colleges, and the north-south streets are named after influential College Park residents.

The College Park Woman's Club, one of the oldest in Georgia, is located in Camellia Hall on Main Street.