Alana O. Ward, Owner is the proud winner of the 2012 Industry Woman of the Year award.
Locally Owned & Operated Serving Clarksville, TN
For over 40 years Baggett Heating & Cooling has been providing high quality residential heating and air conditioning maintenance, service and replacement systems to the Clarksville/Montgomery County area. We are proud to have served thousands of homeowners in Clarksville, TN over these years.Why Baggett? »
One of the most effective methods to keep your system working properly is to schedule routine maintenance every 6 months with Baggett Heating & Cooling. Our technicians will check all the components of the unit, cleaning coils, and drains to ensure blockage-free passage for fluids and air. This process is designed to keep your system running at optimal levels and can often predict and prevent breakdowns in between tune ups.
"I called at 6:45 on a frigid day at the end of a week of snow and temps below 30*. They returned my call just before 8am, scheduled me in...Read More »"
-- Ruth B. (March 2021)
"I had a problem with my old furnace and Baggett’s employees were very courteous and efficient, completing the repair that same day. Because of the age of my unit, I...Read More »"
-- Emily B. (February 2021)
"I got 5 different quotes for a new HVAC and Baggett Heating and Cooling gave me the best price on a great system that I like and also gave me...Read More »"
-- Billy C. (January 2021)
"Jeremy was my HVAC technician and because of him I will never use another HVAC company again. He was so kind, professional, courteous and he provided exceptional customer service which...Read More »"
-- Maqaapegan A. (December 2020)
"The technicians were on time and very professional and took the time to clean up after themselves."
-- Gary S. (November 2020)
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Why Does My Thermostat Have Batteries?
One question we often hear is why do thermostats have batteries? Baggett Heating and Cooling is here to tell you why digital and hardwired thermostats still need to run on batteries and what to do when they are low. Most digital thermostats are both hardwired to your house and have backup batteries. The reason for…More
Difference Between Auxiliary Heat and Emergency Heat
Often we’re asked what the difference is between auxiliary heat and emergency heat, so Baggett Heating and Cooling explains the difference between the two. As temperatures plunge during the wintertime, your heat pump may require either auxiliary heat or emergency heat to keep your house warm. Emergency heat has to be manually switched on and…More
Tips to Consider Before Replacing Your HVAC System
Baggett Heating and Cooling has some tips for when it comes time to replace your heating and cooling system as well as what you should expect If you’re planning on an HVAC replacement, here are a few things to consider before you do. Estimate your direct and indirect HVAC installation costs Decide on replacement or…More