Local Reviews
for Savannah, GA

Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars based on 9 customer reviews


Map of Savannah, GA

Great service and price!




Mr. Floyd Coker he checked my AC unit found what the problem was explain what I needed to have done he's very efficient and knowledgeable great service thank you. Mr. Crocker also gave suggestions on how to keep my unit continually running all summer long.


Map of Savannah, GA

great service





Map of Savannah, GA

Five star service !




Outstanding technician-- Harry was on the case as soon as he was briefed. What really impressed us was that Harry coordinated and spoke with Floyd who visited us the day before and got all the low down. There was seamless service between both technicians; both were outstanding individuals and also well versed in all technical aspects of our system. Both exuded confidence and purpose in understanding what was needed to be done. They were efficient, polite and just good people. We are very pleased to have Dyess Air taking care of us!


Map of Savannah, GA

Excellent in all respects




Dyess Air acquisition of the former ARS ownership has been a real positive in my opinion. From the person who picks up the phone when I call to the expert service of the technician (Flloyd in particular), the service is friendly, dependable and excellent. THANK YOU


Map of Savannah, GA

Good service





Map of Savannah, GA

Great Service




Dylan was very professional.


Map of Savannah, GA

Great Service




They do a wonderful job


Map of Savannah, GA

great follow-up




need to set up a filter shipment to customer. do you have an online order form.


Map of Savannah, GA

Great service





Unique F.

Unique F.

1 system maintenance

Near Wickersham Dr, Savannah, GA 31411
Unique F.

Unique F.

1 system maintenance

Near Wickersham Dr, Savannah, GA 31411
Floyd C.

Floyd C.

Repair

Near Garfield St, Savannah, GA 31406
Unique F.

Unique F.

1 system maintenance

Near Teakwood Dr, Savannah, GA 31410
Unique F.

Unique F.

1 system maintenance

Near Sidney Dr, Savannah, GA 31406
Unique F.

Unique F.

1 system maintenance

Near Brighton Pl, Savannah, GA 31406
Floyd C.

Floyd C.

Preventative maintenance

Near Wild Thistle Ln, Savannah, GA 31406
Floyd C.

Floyd C.

Replacing part

Near Mapmaker Ln, Savannah, GA 31410
Floyd C.

Floyd C.

Preventative maintenance

Near Alfred St, Savannah, GA 31408
Floyd C.

Floyd C.

Near Alfred St, Savannah, GA 31408
Floyd C.

Floyd C.

2 system preventative maintenance

Near Alfred St, Savannah, GA 31408
Mario A.

Mario A.

Maintenance

Near Winding Way, Savannah, GA 31419
Dylan R.

Dylan R.

Inspected 3.5 Ton Trane gas furnace according to agreement

Near Vassar St, Savannah, GA 31405
Dylan R.

Dylan R.

Inspected carrier heat pump system

Near I-16, Savannah, GA 31405
Unique F.

Unique F.

1 system maintenance

Near E 68th St, Savannah, GA 31404
Unique F.

Unique F.

1 system maintenance

Near E 68th St, Savannah, GA 31404
Dylan R.

Dylan R.

Preformed preventative maintenance on 5 Ton Trane heat pump system

Near E 53rd St, Savannah, GA 31405
Dylan R.

Dylan R.

Preformed preventative maintenance on 3 Ton carrier heat pump system

Near Binnacle Ct, Savannah, GA 31410
Dylan R.

Dylan R.

Preformed preventative maintenance on Trane Heat pump system.

Near Edgewater Rd, Savannah, GA 31406
Dylan R.

Dylan R.

Preformed preventative maintenance on a new Trane XRV15 heat pump system

Near Mcalpin Dr, Savannah, GA 31406

Savannah is located in eastern Georgia near the South Carolina border and the Atlantic Ocean. It is the oldest city in Georgia and is the county seat of Chatham County. Savannah is a popular tourist destination and is nicknamed “The Hostess City of the South.” The eastern end of Interstate 16 is located in the city, and Interstate 95 provides access to areas to the north and south.

History

Savannah was founded by James Oglethorpe in 1733 as part of the British colony in Georgia. In 1754, it became the capital of Georgia. In 1778, the British retook control of the city during the Revolutionary War battle of Savannah, and the state capital was relocated to Augusta. When British occupation ended, the capital was briefly returned to Savannah in 1782 before being returned to Augusta in 1786.

During the 1800s, Savannah saw little growth but did become an important cotton trading center after the Civil War. In the 1900s, the city’s economy shifted to manufacturing and tourism.

Things to Do

  • The Savannah Historic District covers the original portions of the city. Many early buildings are preserved and open to the public.
  • Bonaventure Cemetery is the most famous in Savannah. It opened in 1846 and is the location of the graves of military generals, state governors, artists, and others.
  • The Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist was dedicated in 1876. Its congregation was formed by French nobles who had fled the French Revolution.
  • The Owens-Thomas House is widely regarded among architectural historians as one of the finest examples of English Regency architecture in America. The house is a National Historic Landmark and holds a collection of fine art from 1750 to 1830.
  • Old Fort Jackson is Georgia’s oldest standing brick fortification. It was built on the Savannah River between 1808 and 1812 to protect the area from a sea invasion by the British or French.

Demographics

Savannah has a population of just over 142,000. Twelve percent of residents are senior citizens over the age of 65, and 22 percent are children under the age of 18. Of those age 25 and older, 25 percent have a bachelor’s degree. The median income is $35,000, and the median value of a home is $148,600. The homeownership rate is 47 percent, and 85 percent of households have lived in the same home for one year or longer.

Climate

Savannah has four distinct seasons with extreme weather in both summer and winter. July highs average over 92 degrees, and January lows are around 39 degrees. There is an average of about 48 inches of rain per year, and most of this occurs during the summer months. There are just under 2,800 hours of sunshine each year.

Savannah, GA, Air Conditioning Service

Savannah’s climate requires residents to run their heating and cooling systems for much of the winter and summer. This makes energy efficiency very important to keeping a budget. Simple steps such as signing up for a preventive maintenance agreement, installing a programmable thermostat, and having ductwork inspected can bring dramatic energy savings.

In addition, it’s important to have a reliable HVAC contractor such as Dyess Air, Inc., on call for any emergency repair needs. If you’re ready for a new, energy-efficient central A/C or heater, we also carry a full line of high-quality Carrier and Trane systems. For more information on air conditioning repair, maintenance, and installation in the Savannah, GA, area, contact us today.