Residential and Commercial AC and HVAC Experts

If you live in Fairburn, Georgia or South Fulton County and need help with your heating, cooling, air conditioning or heat pump - call us. Reese Services...your local AC repair company experts.

Fairburn HVAC Services

Most common heating and air conditioning questions from Fairburn customers:

  • Should I install a new AIR CONDITIONING UNIT?  Reese Services installs high-efficiency Bryant heating and air products.
  • Should I have my AIR DUCTS CLEANED?
  • How to fix a broken air conditioner?
  • 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?
  • What are some air conditioning repair troubleshooting tips?
  • My air conditioning keeps freezing up. What can I do?
  • Can I FINANCE a new air conditioning unit?
These are all great questions. Reese Services can answer all of them when you call us at (678) 255-6073.

Heating and Cooling Questions:

Our Reese Services technicians can recommend a Bryant high-efficiency heating or ac unit. If you are considering upgrading your HVAC system, but do not have the money on hand for a large purchase, we can help with financing. Let our technicians take the worry out of your busy day by recommending the best AC system for your home.

Have you recently expanded the size of your house? Maybe a new HVAC system can help accommodate the increased square footage of your home. Contact us today for your HVAC help.  Let us help! When you choose Reese Services, you also choose Peace of Mind.

About Fairburn, Georgia:

Fairburn is a city and former county seat in Fulton County, Georgia, United States. The population was 12,950 at the 2010 census.

Fairburn is located along a railroad line and was the county seat of Campbell County starting in 1871. It was chosen as the county seat in a referendum in 1871 that was spurred by the original seat of Campbellton refusing to allow the Atlanta & West Point Railroad line through on account of the anticipated noise in the 1850s. The railroad instead passed through Fairburn. Campbellton then faded away as Fairburn grew.