Choate's Air Conditioning & Heating is a Christian, family owned and operated business, established in 1958. For over 50 years now, the Choate family has maintained its core values of being Honest, Fair, and Trustworthy - to treat each job as if it were their own home.
From the second they lit their first fire, humans have striven to control the environment. Over the millennia, methods have improved, but maintenance has become more complicated than just tossing another log on the blaze. That’s where the technicians at Memphis Air Care come in. They help homeowners keep the proverbial hearthfires burning by tuning up furnaces and giving long, warm hugs to dogs just in from the cold. They also swap filters on air-conditioning units to keep them running smoothly during hotter months.
BBB accredited, Go Green Service's crew of insured technicians performs meticulous home repairs and cleanings to improve energy efficiency and create safer indoor living environments. Sullied carpets shed their stains and sprout fluffy coats thanks to the cleaning prowess of Go Green staffers, and techs deploy special equipment to rid begrimed air ducts of harmful agents such as dust and eavesdropping tax collectors. Along with cleaning and repairs, staffers also install insulation to help homes remain toasty throughout the winter months.
Owner Mark Thomas has spent the last 26 years keeping homes cozy. At Global Central Air Services, Mark and his team provide repair and maintenance of heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems. Techs ensure quality with 15-point inspections that spot areas for improved efficiency and ultimately help lower energy bills or finally give you a break from fanning that giant block of ice you were using to cool the house. To reduce utility costs even further while lessening environmental impact, techs can also install green systems.
Since 1999, the insured cleaning team from Quality Carpet Cleaning Memphis has removed pesky dirt and oil from upholstery and flooring without using toxic chemicals. To clean carpets, they use a four-step sanitization process that includes a pre-spray to loosen embedded soil, hot water extraction, and pre- and post-sprays for stubborn spots and stains. When treating area rugs, the techs always pre-test a spot for colorfastness and use a neutral pH cleaner gentle enough for fibers made of silk, cotton, wool, nylon, or braided spaghetti squash. The techs can also tackle filth imbedded in tile or grout or extract pollen, bacteria, and dust from air ducts and dryer vents, and can help eliminate pet odors that linger on even when the stains have disappeared.