We are now under new management & ownership
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Cofield Comfort Systems Acquired By Airforce Heating & Air
For many years, Cofield / Airforce has been synonymous with excellent quality and service. We recently were acquired by Airforce Heating & Air. Our range of services has grown to meet today’s ever-changing demands, continuously adopting the latest energy-efficient technology. With years of experience to draw upon, Cofield Comfort Systems has perfected Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC). We provide excellent service on installations and repairs. Serving West Georgia and East Alabama. We work with you to make your house a clean, comfortable oasis.
Air conditioning and heating installation, service, repair, and replacement,
Full line of products and services to ensure precise temperature control, superior air quality, and overall facility efficiency.
Whether you’re building relocating, remodeling, or just adding on, let us save you time and money.
Pre-scheduled maintenance to help you save energy and money, so you can stay comfortable all year.
Air Conditioning Installation
Cofield / Airforce partners with Bryant Heating & Cooling to provide our valued customers more cooling power for the money spent on electricity.
AC repair services in West GA + East AL and surrounding areas. We know how to fix your AC system correctly the first time so you can be cool again quickly.
Our AC maintenance can help to determine whether your existing system can still achieve consistent, comfortable temperatures in all areas of your home or business.
We pledge to select equipment for your home that is not only energy-efficient and environmentally friendly, but easy to operate.
Our experienced technicians handle performance issues quickly, efficiently, and with robust solutions that resist repeat problems.
Our blown-in fiberglass insulation is easy to install without ripping out walls or floorboards. and lowers your costs by slowing external heat transfer.
Our proven air duct modification and improvement process can increase the efficiency of your home’s air distribution by up to 80%, meaning lower costs and increased comfort for your home.
Professionally cleaning your systems ventilation system reduces dust and allergens that you breathe. Removing the build-up of dirt and blockages in your ductwork also improves airflow to increase efficiency.
Encapsulating crawl spaces is a great solution for avoiding indoor moisture issues. Adding a vapor barrier will increase your indoor air quality and make energy improvements inside your home.
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How to decide between new HVAC system quotes
There are a lot of options when it comes to heating and cooling systems, but choosing is made easy by answering a few simple questions.
What system is right for me?
There are many configurations of HVAC systems, but the basics for heating include heat pumps and forced-air furnaces, as well as central cooling systems and heat pumps for cooling. Our team is happy to explain the differences and help find the optimal system for your application.
What HVAC add-ons do I need?
Add ons are a personal preference, and include things like air cleaners, UV lamps, and humidifiers. Our team can walk you through your options if you’d like to learn more about available add ons.
How much will it cost?
We can work up a free installation quote based on a few simple questions, like what is your current setup and what size system will you need. Click “Book Now” to let our team walk you through the process.
What size HVAC system do I need?
You can get a rough estimate by looking at the square footage of your house, then use a general guideline chart to calculate the BTU’s needed for your system.
What is better: straight cool or heat pump?
Although each is a method of heating, heat pumps differ from straight cool systems. Heat pumps provide a cooling cycle during the colder winter months and absorb heat from the outdoors and bring it inside. Straight cool systems on the other hand only include one cooling cycle but can include electric strip heating.