General Heating and Air Conditioning has diverse experience in the design and installation of energy efficient, high value commercial HVAC systems. Our highly experienced staff knows how to work with owners and other construction partners to provide cutting-edge applications and approaches to HVAC design and cost challenges.
General Heating and Air Conditioning has earned a reputation for excellence, innovation, and reliability.
Working with leading regional construction, design, architectural, and engineering firms has resulted in an impressive array of commercial applications and settings. General is a preferred partner on many projects and always brings technical expertise and innovation to the development of comprehensive and highly integrated HVAC systems.
Our shop is the largest in the area, giving us ample space to complete projects in-house, and prior to arriving on site.
With over 18,000 square feet of space onsite, we also have 2 remote fabrication shops to allow us to get work done prior to arriving on site.
With a wide variety of experience using our design/build software, we are able to work ahead, plan, and forecast the building and construction of your job site. With design/build experience in a multitude of industries, our experienced engineers will leave you in good hands.
GHAC Employees Participate in 29th Annual Heat’s On Event
On October 10, General Heating employees volunteered for the 29th annual Heat’s On event, a community endeavor that provides complimentary furnace clean and check services to veterans in Dane County.
GHAC Hosts Annual Golf Outing
General Heating and Air Conditioning had its annual golf outing on Saturday, August 29th at Foxboro Golf Club. The event was a great success and 61 golfers attended. Morale was up and good times were had. This year we raised $1,382 for The Boys & Girls Club of Madison. Congratulations to our winning team, Ryan Meyer, […]
Virtual Tour: General Heating and Air Conditioning
We love our work space, so we wanted to showcase it for you with a few photos. This building was redone in 2009, and it really has become the place we now call home.