Memphis, TN - Furnace & Air Conditioning Service, Repair & Maintenance Contractor

Cannon Bros AC & Heat is proud to serve the Memphis 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 901-794-2250 to consult with our home comfort specialist.

Our Work in Memphis -
3 Reviews

Reviews

Rick Webb
06/19/2020
Located in Memphis
Came completed and left Good job
Service: System Repair
Expertise
Cleanliness
Ashley C.
01/30/2020
Located in Memphis
Have contacted several companies in the area and it’s usually a week before than can get to you. Called this company, they were able to come the very next day. Service guy was super polite, clean, came in and got the job done quickly with no unnecessary additional charges. Will call again if need arises.
Service: Repair
Mona T. / Joe H.
06/19/2019
Located in Memphis
I called & spoke to Ms. Lisa. She was very nice, professional & kind with a big ole smile in her voice. She gave me an appointment & called me back to let me know about what time to expect help! Each time I talked to her she was very pleasant! Next — Mr. Brian Christian called to let me know that he ws on his way. He was soooooo nice, kind, professional, helpful, knowledgeable! He fixed my clogged ac unit pipe in no time at all. He was very helpful! these days you really can’t trust anybody!! I trust Cannon Bros! They are honest, & hardworking people with integrity! I only have dealt with Ms. Lisa & Mr. Brian Christian — but they represent you very well! I will refer them whenever I can!! I can’t thank you enough! Thank You Lisa & Brian & Cannon Bros.!
Service: Service performed

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

Memphis is a large city in southwestern Tennessee. It is positioned along the banks of the Mississippi River in Shelby County. Memphis is also positioned in a corner of Tennessee that touches the states of Mississippi and Arkansas. According to a 2017 United States Census Bureau report, Memphis is estimated to be populated by approximately 652,236 people. Memphis is the largest city in Shelby County and the second largest city in Tennessee.

Individuals who visit Memphis will discover a charming city that has developed to become one of the most recognized municipalities in the Southern United States. Memphis was founded in 1819 and named for Memphis, Egypt. Today, the city features historic neighborhoods, a booming downtown area with rich music history, and many museums dedicated to music and Civil Rights history. Also, Memphis is nearby many recreational opportunities like the Holly Springs National Forest and Hatchie National Wildlife Refuge. In Memphis, Tennessee, individuals enjoy a charming quality of life.

It is necessary for residents of Memphis to have access to cooling and heating systems inside their homes. Local HVAC technicians recommend central air conditioning units and heating pumps for installation in Memphis homes. During June, July, and August, the average daytime temperature highs range from upper-80s to low-90s. When heat waves pass through the city, temperatures will rise to the low-100s. Central air conditioning units are sufficient to cool homes in Memphis. During the long summer months, the systems provide plenty of cooling power to keep residents cool and comfortable indoors.

Memphis residents should also have access to heating systems in their homes. Memphis is in a region of the U.S. that experiences cool winter seasons. During December, January, and February, the average daytime temperature highs range from the low to mid-50s. At night, temperatures drop well below freezing. Also, snowfall is possible in Memphis. Systems like heating pumps provide sufficient heating power to homes in Memphis. During the winter seasons, the systems are best equipped to protect homes from potential damages caused by winter weather conditions.