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Adairsville, GA Furnace & Air Conditioning Installation, Repair & Maintenance

Air Comfort HVAC is proud to serve the Adairsville community!

We are proud to be part of this community, serving your heating and air conditioning needs. Whether you need repair, replacement or a new installation of a furnace, air conditioner, heat pump or air filtration system, we get the job right the first time. Our certified technicians service all furnace and air conditioning make and models.

Please call us today at 706-952-4197 to consult with our home comfort specialist.

About Adairsville, GA - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

Adairsville is located in Bartow County, Georgia approximately sixty miles north of Atlanta and sixty miles south of Chattanooga, Tennessee.  The town of Adairsville began as an Indian village named for Scottish settler Chief John Adair, who was married to a Cherokee Indian girl.  Following the removal of the Cherokee Indians in 1848, settler William Watts deeded land to the Western and Atlantic Railroad, paving the way for expansion.  The depot was completed in 1847 and the town quickly grew as mills, blacksmiths, hotels, and other businesses were established.  Incorporated in 1854, Adairsville is presently home to a population of approximately 4,600 residents who enjoy easy access to the cities of Chattanooga and Atlanta, and the area’s humid subtropical climate that produces hot, humid summers, cool, wet winters, and gorgeous weather during springtime and fall.

Rich with history, the city of Adairsville became the first Georgian city to be listed in its entirety on the National Register of Historic Places in December of 1987.  The Adairsville Rail Depot Age of Steam Museum is located in the restored Western and Atlantic Railroad depot on the public square in downtown Adairsville.  Approximately eighteen miles south of the city is the Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site, one of the most complete Cherokee Indian sites in the Southeast that features six earthen mounds, a plaza and village site, borrow pits, and a defensive ditch.  The New Echota Historic Site is located just outside the city and was the official starting place of the “Trail of Tears.”

Adairsville is home to the Great Locomotive Chase Festival, a city-wide celebration held each October in honor of the Great Locomotive Chase that occurred on April 12, 1862 when the steam locomotive General was commandeered by the Union Army and passed through Adairsville on its way to Chattanooga in a damaging raid meant to caused as much destruction as possible to the all-important Western and Atlantic Railroad line between Atlanta and Chattanooga.  Another annual event of note is the Ninety-Mile Dixie Highway Yard Sale, held the first weekend in June.

Adairsville is also home to the historic Barnsley Gardens Resort, the former home of Englishman Sir Godfrey Barnsley who began construction of the original manor, known as the Woodlands, during the late 1840s for his wife, Julia, of Savannah, Georgia.  The land and ruins of the manor were bought by Prince Hubertus Fugger in 1988, who restored and renovated the gardens and grounds into an upscale golfing resort.  Today, the resort features on-site amenities that include spa services, golfing, hiking and biking, horseback riding, fishing, sporting clays, and bird hunting.

Adairsville’s convenient proximity to the cities of Atlanta and Chattanooga, along with its rich history, friendly citizens, and host of things to do, is a favorite with residents and visitors alike!