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Whether you need HVAC services for a residential or commercial space, you can trust Brummitt Heating and Cooling. Our proud owner, Mike Brummitt, has more than 20 years in the industry. Since 2008, we’ve been serving north central North Carolina and southern Virginia, and our reputation for satisfying customers has grown to match our customer commitment.

Our high standards are part of every product and service we offer. We have an extensive portfolio of products, from air conditioners and furnaces to air quality devices and thermostats. Our services include troubleshooting, repair, and preventative maintenance. You could say we offer the whole package; everything we do is designed to keep you comfortable and healthy all year long.

On the product level, we’re a Carrier brand Factory Authorized Dealer. That means we can offer you the latest innovative products from this line at the best prices. As an Authorized Dealer, we meet rigorous standards in liability coverage, EPA certification, warranties, and customer satisfaction. In fact, your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed.

Each of our technicians is certified under North American Technician Excellence (NATE), which speaks to our superior service. This industry standard requires extensive training in heating and cooling products, installation, and repair. Our customer testimonials and BBB rankings are a natural result of our knowledge and experience.

Reasons to Choose Brummitt Heating and Cooling

  • Free, no-obligation estimates in your home or at your business
  • Emergency round-the-clock service
  • Energy audits for lower utility costs
  • Products for improved indoor air quality
  • Convenient preventative maintenance agreements
  • Competitive prices and attractive financing options
  • Certified, insured, and experienced with all types of HVAC equipment

We can’t control the weather, but we can promise you an interior temperature ideal for your home or business. The Southeast is known for hot summers and high humidity. Brummitt Heating and Cooling offers the right products to meet the conditions of our region.

Please check out the rest of our site to see why we’re the top choice in Oxford, NC and southern Virginia for professional air conditioning and heating services. We take pride in serving you.

Contact Brummitt Heating and Cooling today at (919) 693-5536 to learn more about our services. We’re committed to making you a happy customer all year long.

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