Superior Heating and Air is a Bluffton, SC air conditioning and heating company who has served Hilton Head Island, Charleston, Bluffton, and other nearby areas since 1999 with professional HVAC services. Superior Heating and Air has recently expanded to the Lake Oconee area in Eatonton, GA. With more than 50 years in the field, we are experienced, fully licensed, insured, and are affiliated with an organization that surveys every customer to ensure their satisfaction under the Customer Care™ program. We are committed to this customer satisfaction program which holds us accountable for our actions.
We offer 24/7 service for your emergency repair needs. When you need help, give our team a call. We won't charge you more for afterhours repairs. You'll always get flat up front flat rate pricing and no response charge after hours.
Our qualified and experienced technicians are Nate Certified, which is the highest certification in the industry. We ensure are employees are drug tested for safety. We use the most innovative technology and installation practices to design your home comfort systems that gives you the most comfort for your energy dollar, today, tomorrow, and for the life of your system.
For more information go to:
The Eatonton Messenger
April 13, 2017
Marble Works is proud to announce its expansion after serving the area for 27 years. Community members gathered recently to celebrate the unveiling of its new showroom and expansion into tile services.
Marble Works has made a name for itself offering granite, quartz, marble, and cultured marble services. Due to ongoing requests from their customers the owners realized there was a need to expand into tile services.
As part of the expansion they created a brand new show room that highlights the options available for flooring, showers, backsplashes and many other applications.
Marble Works has been a family owned business since opening in 1990.
“We pride ourselves on customer service, competitive pricing and our family touch,” said Brett Mauldin. Marble Works is located at 841 Harmony Road in Eatonton.
With visual demonstrations key to understanding the scope of the technology involved in Vizitech USA’s learning program, the company will be taking their show on the road.
Rolling out April 1 in new buses designed with their logo and contact information displayed artistically on the sides, Vizitech representatives will travel across the United States honoring requests from school system officials interested in finding ways to upgrade their technology for a more hands-on approach in classrooms.
“We will be going from Florida to Texas to Colorado and back across to Washington, D.C.,” Vizitech President Stewart Rodeheaver said, noting they will introduce their technology to schools and businesses across America with a focus on helping improve education and training.
The buses will be stocked with samples of Vizitech’s virtual reality machine, augmented reality display, 3D printers and portable 3D theater, which also can be used to enhance learning at summer technology camps.
The East Sumter Street business, which opened in Eatonton in January 2014, now services over 1,000 school systems as well as corporations such as Georgia Power and Lockheed Martin.
Eatonton’s Legacy Housing Ltd. opened its doors to guests last week who are in the business of setting up communities for conventional families, giving tours of several newly designed display homes.
After a weekend show of tiny houses at a festival at Ooh La La Lavender Farm March 3-5, Legacy conducted the week-long 2017 Legacy Georgia Home Show at its Eatonton facility, attracting the attention of dealers and park owners from across the southeastern states.
Community investors from Kentucky to Florida and a few curious buyers from some of the northern states were introduced to Legacy’s top-of-the line energy efficient and affordable homes for families of all sizes.
Several Legacy staff members were on hand to assist the approximately 40 buyers a day who toured the lot, which held six multi-section and six single section homes, and one tiny house.
“We’ve had a really good turnout,” Ryan Burnett, Legacy Housing sales manager said. “We’ve been well received by both current and prospective dealers.”
According to Legacy owner and founder Curtis Hodgson, Legacy’s Eatonton plant is the biggest manufactured home plant in America with 325,000 square feet in one building and around 140 full-time employees.
Workers at the local facility are now also building the industry’s most affordable tiny houses, Burnett said.
Selling to the public at about $25,000 each, Legacy’s Tiny Hacienda has been a hot seller at retailer’s lots and state fair’s across the South, he noted.
Just recently, the Putnam County Board of Commissioner’s purchased four of the tiny houses for the county-owned Oconee Springs Park after the recreation site lost four cabins in a storm late last year.
“We have taken great measure to redesign our entire singlewide and doublewide product lines,” Hodgson said in a press release.
All Legacy homes are now 5- to 15-inches wider than their competitors, providing as much as 10 percent more interior square footage for a roomier and more furniture friendly home, he announced.