General Heating and Air Conditioning has an active residential service department. Our dedicated dispatcher manages workflow for a fleet of radio dispatched vans 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. These vans are fully stocked with commonly used parts, ensuring we meet our customer’s needs in a timely manner.
Give us a call at (608) 271-3900 if your furnace, air conditioner, hot water or steam boiler, or any system accessory malfunctions; we will find a solution to your problem. We service most major brands and models of HVAC equipment and also accept Visa or MasterCard.
Interested in finding out what your financing options are? To learn more about the
financing options available to you for purchasing your heating or air conditioning unit,
please click the image on the right to learn more about the Carrier credit card offered
by Wells Fargo. Financing options are also available with approved credit.
We staff our service department 24-hours a day, seven days a week, to provide our customers service if and when emergencies happen. If your emergency cannot wait until our regular business hours, please call our emergency service number, (608) 271-3900, and our off-hours service dispatcher will locate an on call service technician to address your emergency needs.
HOME COMFORT PROGRAM
Similar to your automobiles and other appliances, scheduled maintenance can go a long way when it comes to the reliability and equipment life of your heating and cooling systems.
Join General Heating and Air Conditioning’s Home Comfort Program today and save!
Our Home Comfort Program gives you priority service on the maintenance and repairs
that you need with the discounts you desire. Leave the maintenance to our professional
technicians, and enjoy the satisfaction and peace of mind knowing your heating and
cooling system will always be maintained.
Meet the Techs – Ken
Today is another feature of Meet the Techs. Meet the Techs introduces you to our expert service technicians with a short video.
Why the Air Conditioning Wars Will Never End
New York Magazine featured an article recently titled, “Why The Air Conditioning Wars Will Never End,” discussing how one temperature, in an office building or home, feels different to individuals. It may feel warm to some while others are freezing in their offices contemplating bringing a snuggie to work.