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Able Heating & Air
Able Heating & Air is a Christian family owned business that services and installs HVAC systems and accessories. Our technicians and staff have worked hard to become a Trane Comfort Specialist dealer. We started Able Heating & Air because of our strong desire to see customers treated fairly, honestly and to provide good quality workmanship.
See what our customers are saying about us!
Air Conditioner Maintenance in Culpeper, VA 22701
“Liam Riley was very friendly. He explained the services he performed, gave a description of possible problems with the system, and suggested consideration for some improvements on the system. I was very pleased with his visit and the work he performed.”
– Verna R.
Gas Furnace Maintenance in Madison, VA 22727
“Very polite. Answered any questions I had. Performed maintenance in a timely manner.
– Diann K.
Gas Furnace Repair in Culpeper, VA 22701
“I called in a problem that my heat pump’s propane backup didn’t seem to be coming on even when in the 20s. Able set my up for tomorrow, but called and said a tech had an opening and could come over today! Very much appreciated! Seth arrived and got started on diagnosis while I went back to my business telecon. Seth figured out my gas value isn’t working correctly, and my blower is drawing too many amps and the parts are still under warranty. We are waiting parts and should be fixed soon. Great service.”
– David C.
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