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Grovetown, GA Furnace & Air Conditioning Installation, Repair & Maintenance

Giesbrecht HVAC, Inc. is proud to serve the Grovetown 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 706-826-0644 to consult with our home comfort specialist.

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

The community of Grovetown, GA was initially known as "Belair.”  Paul Hamilton Hayne, a famous poet in the pre-Civil War era moved to the area in the 1860’s and solicited the postal service to create the Grovetown post office. The first U.S. mail services started in the late 1870’s. Incorporated in 1881, the new official name of the small village purportedly came from the old Grove Baptist Church that had been in the area for almost a hundred years at that times.  Though this town is small and not an urban center, it is near Augusta. There, you will find historical buildings, amazing culture and food and signs of the Old South everywhere you turn.  The town is situated along the Savannah River and the Riverwalk is an amazing Augusta attraction year-round, and the temps average around 60 degrees in every season. 

Many rich and powerful Augusta citizens had summer homes in Grovetown.  The summers in this area are extremely hot and, at that time, the heat caused disease around the river.  For those visitors who didn’t own vacation homes in town, The Rosland Hotel, (or, the "Eagle") was built in the 1880s. Its huge rotunda was the site of a wide array of community and social events throughout that time. Unfortunately, after becoming a boarding house, it burned in the 1970s.  During the time that wealthy locals used this as a vacation spot, the town’s residents erected shops, restaurants and more.  Soon, the town was a bustling little spot.

In the 90’s, an old building in town was set to be destroyed, as it was considered a hazard.  But a teacher and resident, Rosa Lee Owens, argued that the historic building was a part of Grovetown history and should be preserved. She suggested that the building be relocated and then restored as a museum.  This proposal was accepted and a budget was made. But, the city budget did not account for the restoration of the edifice. But, Owens was undeterred and began collecting grants and funding. Then, she contacted the Fort Gordon museum curator for advice to design floor plans, then the local high school to ask them to implement a project to build exhibit cases, which she paid for.  As she worked, other locals got excited about the project.  A local historian by the name Charles Lord began collecting and organizing exhibits and many others volunteered their time and services to get the museum up and running. This museum now stands as a symbol of local history, but perhaps even more so of this community’s spirit and devotion.  This is an attraction definitely worth checking out should you be in the area. It would be a great way to escape a hot summer day and stay cool for a while.