Thomson, GA Furnace & Air Conditioning Installation, Repair & Maintenance
Giesbrecht HVAC, Inc. is proud to serve the Thomson 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.
We offer the following in Thomson, GA
- Repair Service
- New Air Conditioner Sales
- Air Conditioner Installation
- Air Conditioning Replacement
- High Efficiency Air Conditioner Upgrades
- Air Conditioner Parts
- Air Conditioner Maintenance Contract
- Air Conditioner Repair
- Commercial HVAC
- Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioners
- Single Room Air Conditioners
- Wall Mount Air Conditioners
- Air Conditioning Filters
- Furnace Filters
- Air Cleaners
- Air Purifiers
- Whole House Humidifiers
- Programmable Thermostats
- Heat Recovery Ventilators
- Ultraviolet (UV) Germicidal Lights
- Repair Service
- New Gas Furnace Sales
- New Heat Pump Sales
- Furnace Installation
- Heat Pump Installation
- Furnace Replacement
- Heat Pump Replacement
- Furnace Repair
- Heat Pump Repair
- Furnace Parts
- Heat Pump Parts
- Heating Maintenance Contracts
- Commercial HVAC
- Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pumps
- Single Room Heating
- Wall Mount Heat Pumps
About Thomson, GA - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!
Thomson was originally called Slashes, of all things. It is a small city in McDuffie County, Georgia with a population of around 7,000 people. It is the county seat of McDuffie County. Thomson was founded in 1837. At that time, it was built in order to serve as a depot on the Georgia Railroad. In 1853, the name “Slashes” was changed in order to name the town for railroad official John Edgar Thomson. This town, like so many around it, has amazing history and historical sites. Many of the homes and buildings in the area date back decades before the Civil War. For example, The Old Rock House, built in 1785, is one of Georgia's oldest homes, with its original design intact. It is also said to have been the home of ancestors of former American president, Jimmy Carter.
You will find so many beautiful camellia plants all over the town, that Thomson's nickname is "The Camellia City of the South.” But, it has more to share with visitors and locals than just botany. Prototypically Southern in practically all of its characteristics, the area contains breath-taking landscapes that are stunning and peaceful. Historic points of interest within the county include the Wrightsboro Historic District, North America’s southernmost point of Quaker relocation.
The nearby towns of both Augusta and North Augusta are must-see locations when in the area. North Augusta offers its residents and sightseers all of the benefits of a metropolitan life without many of the pitfalls like commotion, corruption, and larger schools. Augusta, on the other hand, is the biggest city in the area and is a great place for shopping, dining and sightseeing. Its historical buildings are stunning and its culture is charming and inviting. Situated along the Savannah River, with an average temperature of 62.7 degrees throughout the year, Augusta is a picture perfect southern city.