Snellville, GA - Furnace & Air Conditioning Service, Repair & Maintenance Contractor

C-H Heating & Air Conditioning Inc is proud to serve the Snellville community!

We are proud to be part of this community, serving your heating and air conditioning needs. Whether you need repair, replacement or a new installation of a furnace, air conditioner, heat pump or air filtration system, we get the job right the first time. Our certified technicians service all furnace and air conditioning make and models.

Please call us today at 770-385-9844 to consult with our home comfort specialist.

About Snellville, - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

The City of Snellville is a thriving and attractive community with friendly people, great amenities and a highly comfortable atmosphere. It was recently re-planned and engineered to be a more walkable city. A shopping district and green district were also introduced. It is the ideal suburb for a commuter who works in Atlanta but wants a slower paced lifestyle at home. Raising kids in Snellville is a natural choice as the people and places all throughout the town remind neighbors that they are welcome. Sled down the rolling hills in the winter; go for a dip at a local pool in the heat of the summer. Sitting out on the porch with a cold beer is a pastime around here.

Speaking of beer – the adjacent town of Decatur is home to the award-winning Brick Store Pub, Twain's Brewpub, 3 Taverns Brewery and Blue Tarp Brewing Co. and is becoming celebrated for its beers. The Decatur Craft Beer Festival was named one of the top ten beer events in the country. In addition, foodies rejoice, the New York Times called Decatur "Atlanta's gastronomic equivalent of Berkeley or Brooklyn". The food and beer are tasty, local and frequently seasonal. Enjoy local peaches and other fresh produce and then sip award-winning beers when it is colder outside.

Cherokee Run Golf Club, situated within the Georgia International Horse Park. It is a destination golf course, designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay, and originally opened in 1995. Golfers from all over the globe have played the rolling, thickly wooded site. It is now known as Cherokee Run because it was occupied for centuries by Cherokee Indians. Throughout course building, Project Architect Harrison Minchew said he found dozens of arrowheads. “It was like finding shark’s teeth on the beach,” Minchew explained. Even today, Cherokee Run provides numerous, unexpected adventures. Throughout the years, the course has experienced several changes. In of 2010, the city of Conyers took over operations and it is now a municipal, daily-play facility. There is upscale golf shop, restaurant, and special event banquet room. The 18-hole championship 72 par course is lined with tall pines line most of the fairways. Natural granite outcroppings create a dramatic and stunning natural backdrop for the sporting experience.