Our Philosophy at General Heating and Air Conditioning is simple:
“Do whatever it takes to do the job right.”
Our commitment to action and results is a key part of how we approach our work. We know that innovative solutions – creative and modern engineering – can be a crucial part of doing “whatever it takes” to get that work done.
We view our performance from the client’s perspective and we will do whatever it takes to get the job done right for our clients. At General, we are absolutely committed to designing and installing the right system. It also means that we stand behind our work and offer comprehensive service in support of prior installations. Our philosophy demands the demonstration of an unwavering commitment from everyone at General. We continually seek to upgrade our problem-solving techniques and skills through training and membership in local, state, and national trade associations. Our certified technicians are the best in the business and are proud to be part of the team at GHAC, setting the standards for our industry. At General, we measure our success in terms of your satisfaction.
General Heating and Air Conditioning originated as a heating service company for Madison in the late 1940’s. Local fire fighters, organized by Ralph Triggs, fixed oil furnaces during their spare time between shifts, but the advent of home air conditioning and an increase in service work created several problems for the small company. Read More
CAD Helps In Many Facets of Commercial Projects
The CAD department had a busy 2016 and this year will be no different. Some significant BIM/CAD projects for 2016 included Baldwin Hospital, Epic Campus 4 and 5, Stevens Point Chemistry Building, ATC, and the Marquette Replacement Hospital which started later in the year.
Our Residential Service Department is Your Service Provider for all of Dane County
General Heating and Air Conditioning is your go-to source for HVAC needs all around Dane County. We have a fleet of vans that operate Monday-Friday, 8 AM-4 PM. These vans are stocked with commonly used parts.
Journey to Zero by Jeff Hanson, Safety Manager
For many years, I believed that achieving zero accidents was not possible. That conclusion came from years of working in safety and never coming across a single example where zero accidents were sustained for any length of time. What I did not understand, but I do today, was the power that can be harnessed when […]