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Heating & Air Conditioning Services in Waleska, GA

Here, at Georgian Heating & Air, we are committed to performing expert quality AC repair, maintenance, and installation throughout the Waleska area. 

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HVAC Services You Can Count On

Whether you need quick AC repair or installation or you’re in search of a new heating and air conditioning system, you can count on our Waleska team. We’re experts in AC installation and repair, and top-notch HVAC service is what we do best. Call Georgian Heating & Air anytime at 770-530-2933 today.

Our Heating and Air Conditioning Services

Our promise to you is that any job we do, whether it’s maintenance, installation, or repair, our well-trained and professional service technicians ensure that your family will be comfortable in any season.


Our well-trained and professional commercial technicians will consult with you to determine your business’s specific needs from installation and maintenance to emergency repairs.


Here, at Georgian Heating and Air, we stand by the quality of our work and offer the Georgian Satisfaction Guarantee & Warranty to ensure that you are satisfied with our service.


Home of the Cherokee Natives

Waleska is a small, conservative, and rural town just north of Canton in Cherokee County and was incorporated in 1889, but the area was settled prior to this time by the Reinhardt, Sharp, and Rhyne families as well as home to the Cherokee Natives. Waleska was even named for Warluskee, the daughter of a famous local Cherokee chief who lived in the area prior to the Trail of Tears. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis W. Reinhardt were good friends with Warluskee and named the town in her honor. Waleska’s industry included grist mills, lumbering and tobacco manufacturing.


If you are looking for things to do and see in Waleska and you love history, you must experience the Funk Heritage Center, Georgia's Official Frontier and Southeastern Native American Interpretive Center located on the campus of Reinhardt University in the heart of the city. The Funk Heritage Center is a certified National Park Service Trail of Tears interpretive center. Reinhardt University originally began as an academy to serve Waleska’s impoverished children, but today is one of Georgia's outstanding educational institutions. Reinhardt University is what now puts Waleska on the map as a predominantly college town and is the towns primary source of jobs and income. If you are looking for other activities in Waleska and you love hunting, come visit the Wiley Creek Duck preserve, which is knows for its unforgettable duck hunting experience specializing in Mallard ducks.


Source: City of Waleska

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