What to Consider When Purchasing a New Furnace

A new furnace is a significant investment for most homeowners. Cochran Cooling & Heating wants to help you make the right decision for your home and your budget. Here are some of the most important factors to consider before making your purchase. Efficiency Measured as an AFUE (the Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) rating, furnace efficiency [...]

By | February 6th, 2019|Furnace Repair, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Is Your Furnace Giving You the Cold Shoulder?

When the temperature drops the last thing you want is for your heating system to stop working, or worse, blow out cold air! Here are a few troubleshooting tips that might get your furnace back on track before you need to call a professional. Thermostat Problems Make sure your thermostat is set to “heat” and [...]

By | November 19th, 2018|Furnace Repair|0 Comments

10 Holiday Party Heating Tips from Cochran Cooling & Heating

If you are hosting holiday parties at your home this year, you will be doing a lot of planning, preparing, and decorating. In addition to your menu planning and final touches, be sure to spend some time focusing on all aspects of your home’s heating system. Keep your guests comfortable with our top ten holiday [...]

By | November 5th, 2018|Furnace Repair|0 Comments

Fall and Winter Home Air Care Maintenance

Beyond winterizing your HVAC system, you can also perform a few tasks today to ensure your home’s air will be clean and comfortable throughout the fall and winter. Deep Clean Your Home Before you close your house up tight for the winter, perform a thorough cleaning. By deep cleaning your home now, you will reduce [...]

By | October 19th, 2018|Furnace Repair|0 Comments

Winterize Your HVAC System

Cooler weather means you will soon be switching from using your home’s air conditioner to using your home’s heater. That means this is the perfect time to make sure your AC is properly shut down for the season and that your heater is ready to carry you through winter in comfort. By properly caring for [...]

By | September 22nd, 2018|AC Repair, Furnace Repair, Heating Repair|0 Comments

Cochran Cooling & Heating is Now Under New Management!

Cochran Cooling & Heating has provided Metro Atlanta customers with air care solutions from installation to maintenance to service for over 10 years. We understand the importance of communications, reliability, honesty, and trust, which is why we are committed to providing professional services and quality workmanship at competitive prices. We are always striving to be [...]

By | September 3rd, 2018|About Us, AC Repair, Furnace Repair|0 Comments

Adding a New Furnace to Your Historic Home

Historic homes are striking, beautiful, and an asset to neighborhoods and communities. Unfortunately, they are also often cold and drafty in the winter months. To begin with, the typical life span of a furnace is typically about 15 to 20 years, but many older and historic homes have furnaces that are decades older. Older furnaces [...]

By | February 21st, 2018|Furnace Repair, HVAC Repair|0 Comments

Stay Warm This Holiday Season

Baby, it’s cold outside! There are many things to love about winter, but being cold isn’t usually on anyone’s list of favorites. Cochran Cooling & Heating wants to make sure you stay warm this holiday season with a few important tips: Bundle Up Whether you’re waiting at the bus stop, walking to work, or playing [...]

By | December 18th, 2017|Furnace Repair, Heating Repair, HVAC Repair|0 Comments

The Cochran Cooling & Heating 26 Step Furnace Maintenance Checklist

Your car needs regular oil changes and your heating system also needs preventative maintenance to ensure optimum operation and peak performance. Trust Cochran Cooling & Heating’s great reputation and constant 5 star reviews. We can provide regular maintenance to help you avoid a system failure as well as keep your energy bill from getting out [...]

By | November 27th, 2017|Furnace Repair, HVAC Repair|0 Comments

6 Natural Ways to Lower Your Home’s Humidity

Here in the South, the rise in summer temperatures also means the rise of humidity in our homes. If your home’s humidity levels begin creeping over the 60% mark, you may notice condensation on windows or mirrors, musty odors, or clammy skin. If this elevated moisture level continues, you may also notice damp spots and [...]