Gainesville, GA’s First Choice for HVAC & Electrical Services
Why Work With Us?
Tired of receiving less than stellar service every time you work with a contractor? We understand that it can be frustrating not knowing how your service contractor will turn out. That’s why at Master Electric Heating and Air, we make every effort to provide our customers with a worry-free experience.
You’ll never be surprised when you work with us. We always discuss the scope of work upfront and present you with a written estimate before the job begins. You’ll be given all of the information you need to make the right decision.
Our professionals take pride in their work. We also respect your time and your property. Expect a careful assessment of your system, cost-effective options for repair or replacement, and results designed to help you enjoy long-term peace of mind.
With decades of experience serving the North Georgia region, we understand the particular heating, cooling, and electrical needs of our community. Our experts continue to keep up with local building codes to ensure your safety with every service.
Full-Service Electrical and HVAC Solutions in Gainesville, GA
What Our Clients Are Saying
We are a faith-based company with a team of dedicated and passionate professionals committed to providing the best HVAC and electrical solutions in Gainesville, GA. With a proven track record of successfully helping customers achieve total peace of mind through our safe and efficient services, Master Electric Heating and Air is among the leading contractors in North Georgia.
for Master Electric
Installed 3 200amp automatic transfer switches
Troubleshooting Redbox kiosk
Installed 4 flood lights
Installed flood lights
The direction your ceiling fan spins affects the air flow in your home. Duh, right? But this simple fact has a big impact on heating and cooling your home. With your fan set to the right direction, you’ll be more comfortable in the extremes of summer and winter, and you’ll save money, too.
It’s April-showers-brings-May-flowers time again, and if you’re anything like us, rainy days slooooow you down a bit. When it’s drizzly, maybe you turn on the TV, get your electric blanket ready, start a pot of coffee… … and then *click*. Everything stops working. It’s probably the circuit breaker. What is a circuit breaker? A circuit