Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) September 30, 2010
Atlanta heating and cooling company, Shumate Mechanical is taking all of the steps needed to get prepared for a busy winter season in order to meet customers’ needs should the weather turn extreme.
Though summer and winter are typically busy seasons for companies who service air conditioners and furnaces, past weather conditions have made it even more important for Atlanta customers to know that they can count on their chosen heating and cooling service provider.
Atlanta’s weather over the past few years has been anything but typical, and on the heels of an extremely hot summer, Shumate Mechanical is increasing their staff in order to prepare for potentially harsh winter weather.
The winter of 2009 was particularly unexpected, and Atlanta citizens experienced snowfall four times, which in and if itself is particularly rare for the Atlanta area.
If the winter of 2010 turns out to be as cold and unpredictable as the previous winter, Atlanta homeowners and business owners should be prepared to have heating issues managed by a company who is prepared for the rush.
Shumate, a local company in operation since 1978, is ready to serve Atlanta metro customers who need help with their heating and cooling systems during the winter months. Not only can they perform preventative maintenance, but they are also can also provide 24 hour service for residential and commercial customers.
Shumate has also added additional staff and prepared the company for additional growth, even in an economy when many companies are downsizing their workforce.
In addition, customers can use the Shumate’s online service request system to help expedite the process of getting a Shumate specialist to work on their furnace.
About Shumate Mechanical:
Shumate Mechanical is an Atlanta heating company and HVAC service firm that opened its doors in 1978. They are available to install furnace and cooling systems, or provide repairs and general maintenance.
For further information, please visit http://www.ShumateMechanical.com