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A&K Service Heating and Cooling

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4735 Village Ct
Alpharetta, GA 30004-3860

HVAC Experts
in Alpharetta, GA

we do all we can to ensure that our clients have top-quality, efficient climate control solutions all year round.

HVAC Experts
in Alpharetta, GA

we do all we can to ensure that our clients have top-quality, efficient climate control solutions all year round.

Learn More About Our HVAC Company in Alpharetta, GA

A&K Service Heating & Cooling has been providing clients in the Metro Atlanta region with top-quality heating and cooling services since 1992.

As the Premium Rheem Pro Partner in the region, we strive to deliver the comprehensive heating & cooling solutions our clients need to maximize the comfort of their homes all year round.

For more about us explore our services.

A&K Service Heating and Cooling Proud Member of

Rheem Pro Partner
Alpharetta Chamber
Alpharetta AC Repair 2021

Our Services

Air Conditioning

Having trouble with your furnace? Count on A&K to help!


We can install, maintain and repair AC units for our clients.

Hvac Maintenance

We offer maintenance solutions to get your old or damaged units working as good as new again.

Indoor Air Quality

Keep your home’s air comfortable and pure with proper humidity and filtration solutions.


We offer generous financing options so everyone can get the HVAC work they need.

Tune up Club Membership

Sign up for our Tune Up Club to get the best possible rates on routine maintenance.

Client’s Love

"It is always a pleasure to work with Ernest. After getting to know Paul a little, I have come to appreciate his work as well. Whoever does the work, it will be done well!!"

Ed Tomlinson

"Earnest is always professional. He provides excellent service. I would recommend him to anyone who needs HVAC service."

Chuck Sava

Our Latest HVAC Projects

Our service areas

We are proud to help residential and commercial clients throughout the state of Georgia, including areas such as:
If you don’t see your town or city on the list, just reach out to us to see if we can help you with your next HVAC project

General FAQ’s

How Often Should I Replace My Air Filter?
The general consensus among professional HVAC contractors is that you should be replacing your system’s air filters at least once every 2 to 3 months. Regularly changing your system’s air filters is one of the most important pieces of preventative maintenance you can do for your home’s air conditioning system, and can be a great way to save yourself money and preserve the life of your system in the long run.
What Does Energy Star Mean?
Energy Star is a certification rating given to certain HVAC systems that are built to very specific energy usage and efficiency standards set down by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Energy. Energy Star products must meet very strict criteria in order to gain this certification, and since they use less energy and are quite a bit more efficient than non-Energy Star products, you stand to save a great deal of money on your electric bills, and you can do your part to help protect the environment.
What Is The Life Expectancy Of My Unit?
On average, most modern heating and air conditioning units have a life expectancy of around 15 years, but this number depends largely on maintenance, as well as a number of other factors. In order to maximize the lifespan of your home’s air conditioning system, it’s important to ensure that you’re investing in the proper preventative maintenance your system needs to continue functioning its best.
Should I Get A Heat Pump Or A Furnace For My Home?
The decision of whether to go with a heat pump or a furnace for your home is one that’s largely based on personal choice. A furnace can be a wonderfully efficient and effective method for heating your home. If you’re looking for flexibility, however, a heat pump can actually be used to heat and cool your home, making it a popular option among homeowners all over the country.

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