Germantown, TN Furnace & Air Conditioning Installation, Repair & Maintenance

C & K Air and Heating, Inc. is proud to serve the Germantown community!

We are proud to be part of this community, serving your heating and air conditioning needs. Whether you need repair, replacement or a new installation of a furnace, air conditioner, heat pump or air filtration system, we get the job right the first time. Our certified technicians service all furnace and air conditioning make and models.

Please call us today at 901-744-4000 to consult with our home comfort specialist.

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About Germantown, TN - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

Located near the Mississippi River, Germantown offers its inhabitants a safe, beautiful and active neighborhood ambience.  The city was founded along the Cherokee Trace on a crest between the Wolf River and the Nonconnah Creek. This spot lies about 16 miles east of the Mississippi.    It is both beautiful and fascinating.  It has seen rapid growth but the community has worked hard to preserve the town’s original charm.   The seasonal weather means that the climate changes every few months, so be sure to pack accordingly for your next excursion to this part of Tennessee.

And, you will have plenty to see and do on your trip. The first settlers arrived in Germantown around 1825 and a woman by the name of Frances Wright established it as Nashoba Plantation.  It was meant to be a utopian society with its main goal to be to liberate slaves.  The town was given the name Germantown in 1836, due to a flood of German settlers.  And, since then, the town has continued to flourish and overcome any obstacles thrown its way.  Through wind, rain, sleet and snow, settlers survived and thrived.  The cold winters were thawed by bountiful spring crops and the people of the area loved their new home.  Bouts with yellow fever, and even destructive fires, did not dampen the spirits of the locals.   

In the last half of the century, the population swelled to more than 40,000 from a small 400 citizen town.  It has become a bustling Memphis suburb that is modern and historic all at once.  You will find modern conveniences mixed with old time charm everywhere that you go.  For example, hidden away in Municipal Park, you can the John Gray House. This is one of the oldest brick homes in the county. It was moved to Germantown and is under the sponsorship of the Historic Commission.  They open the house to the public annually. Throughout the town, you will find markers pointing out forts, train depots and other important historical buildings.  They are an amazing attraction to check out when the weather is cold in the winter.