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.
"Love everyone here and everything about this business. Switched because the company that serviced our house and installed our original unit were not up to par and should have switched...Read More »"
-- Cory M.
"They originally installed my heat pump and was just out for maintenance. Like the first time. They were punctual, professional and thorough. I appreciate this company."
-- Robert T. (Jan 2023)
"They were a great help, beginning with the office staff and ending with the installers."
-- Karna L. (Jan 2023)
"Ed came out for semi-annual inspection. He was very thorough and friendly. AWESOME service!!!"
-- Allen M. (Jan 2023)
"Mark my service tech was great. Very thorough and explained everything he had found. Thank you."
-- Patsy W. (Dec 2022)
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New Requirements for Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Systems
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Need some freon? Sure! Fill ‘er up.
How often does an air conditioner need refrigerant? Baggett Heating and Cooling explains why your system doesn’t need refrigerant added regularly. Every year our technicians encounter homeowners who believe their AC or heat pump should be recharged regularly. We often hear, “The last guy who serviced it added a little freon each time he came.” …More