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

Air Comfort HVAC is proud to serve the Calhoun 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 Calhoun, GA - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

The city of Calhoun is located in Gordon County, Georgia approximately sixty-five miles north of Atlanta and forty-five miles south of Chattanooga, Tennessee.  Originally inhabited by members of the Cherokee Indian Nation, the city now known as Calhoun was founded as the town of Dawsonville following the forcible removal of the Cherokee in December of 1835, and later renamed for U. S. Senator John C. Calhoun, following his death in 1850.  Today, the city of Calhoun is home to a population of approximately 15,650 residents who enjoy the hot, humid summers and cool, wet winters afforded by the city’s location within the humid subtropical climate zone of the U. S.

Rich in history and heritage, the city of Calhoun and surrounding Gordon County feature a number of sites of historic significance.  The Gordon County Historical Society is located in Oakleigh House, the antebellum home that served as General Sherman’s headquarters during the Civil War, and features an extensive library of county historical records, exhibits of Civil War memorabilia, and one of the largest private doll collections in the state.  Other historic sites of note include the Resaca Battlefield, the site of an important Civil War battle, and the New Echota State Historic Site, capitol of the Cherokee Nation that was established in 1825 and the site of the official beginning of the “Trail of Tears.” 

Opportunities for outdoor recreation and leisure activities are endless in and around the city of Calhoun.  Popular with anglers, Johns Creek is the perfect fishing spot for rainbow trout and redeye bass.  Located just thirteen miles east of the city, Salacoa Creek Park consists of 364-acres and features a 126-acre lake, beach and swimming area, playgrounds, camping and picnicking facilities, boat launch, and nature trail.

As a National Main Street City, the city of Calhoun is host to numerous festivals and fairs each year.  Popular events include the Northwest Georgia Regional Fair, held each September, the July 4th Star Spangled Celebration, and Harvest Fest, held the last weekend of each October.

Calhoun’s friendly citizens, excellent schools, low unemployment rate, cost of living index at 8.80% below the national average, and premier location in Northwest Georgia’s High Country make it a great place for living, working, raising a family, and visiting!