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

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

The city of Cartersville is located in Bartow County, Georgia approximately thirty miles northwest of metropolitan Atlanta.  Originally inhabited by Native American tribes that included the Creek and Cherokee Indians, Cartersville got its start as a hamlet known as Birmingham, but was later renamed for Colonel Farish Carter, a prominent north Georgia plantation owner and frequent traveler along the stage route that ran through the area.  Incorporated as a city in 1872, Cartersville today is home to a population of approximately 19,730 residents who enjoy the humid subtropical climate that graces the area with hot, humid summers, cool, wet winters, and beautiful mild weather during the springtime and fall.

Cartersville is rich in history and features a number of interesting museums and historical sites.  Located in the former Cartersville Courthouse, the Bartow History Museum features collections of artifacts, documents, photographs, and several interactive exhibits relative to the history of the county.  Also of note is the Booth Western Art Museum, a Smithsonian Institution affiliate that houses the largest permanent exhibit of Western art in the country and features exhibits that include historic Western and Civil War art, contemporary Western American art, presidential portraits and letters, and Western movie posters and illustrations.  The Tellus Science Museum, also a Smithsonian Institute affiliate, is a 120,000 square-foot museum facility with several permanent galleries that include the Fossil Gallery, Weinman Mineral Gallery, and Science in Motion, as well as North Georgia’s first digital planetarium and an observatory that features a 20-inch state-of-the-art telescope.  Just to the south of the city is the Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site, a fifty-four acre archaeological site that contains remnants from the lives of Native Americans who inhabited the area between 1000 and 1500 A. D.  The site features earthen mounds, a village site and plaza, borrow pits, and a defensive ditch, as well as a museum with exhibits containing wooden and stone artifacts, feathers, shell beads, paint, and copper ear ornaments that were worn by the inhabitants.  The city also boasts the world’s first outdoor Coca-Cola sign, circa 1894, located on the wall of the Young Brothers Pharmacy in downtown Cartersville.

Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty of things to do in and around the city of Cartersville.  The Cartersville Recreation Department maintains and operates numerous parks and recreational facilities throughout the city, including Dellinger Park, a 111-acre facility that features athletic fields, basketball and tennis courts, hiking and biking paths, a small lake, an Olympic size swimming pool, picnic facilities, and playgrounds.  The Red Top Mountain State Park, located just minutes from the city on Lake Allatoona, features camping, fishing, hunting, boating, swimming, and water skiing, as well as hiking and biking on the more than fifteen miles of trails that wind throughout the park.

Cartersville’s unique blend of country charm and urban sophistication make it a favorite with residents and visitors alike!