Sandy Springs GA Air Conditioning Repair & Service

Until 2005, Sandy Springs was an unincorporated area just to the north of Atlanta, Georgia. The citizens of Sandy Springs formed a committee in 1975 to incorporate as a city. For the next 25 years, the Sandy Springs city incorporation bill failed to pass in the Georgia House of Representatives. A group of citizens filed suit in federal court in 2000 for the right to incorporate, and a referendum was held five years later. On June 21, 2005, Sandy Springs finally incorporated as a city. The measure passed with 94 percent of the residents of Sandy Spring voting in favor of incorporation.

Demographics of Sandy Springs

In 2011, the population of Sandy Springs was 94,234 people. This figure represents a 10 percent increase since 2000. The median household income and housing value is higher in Sandy Springs than the rest of Georgia. In 2009, residents of Sandy Springs reported an average household income of $73,290. It was $47,950 throughout the state. The typical home in Sandy Springs was valued at $442,100 in 2009 and $162,800 across the rest of Georgia.

Weather Variations by Season

In December, January and February, the temperature range in Sandy Springs ranges from 28 to 53 degrees. Springtime ranges from a low temperature of 38 degrees in March to a high temperature of 77 degrees in May. During the summer months, there is only about a 20 degree span between the low and high temperatures. The low doesn’t go much below 64 degrees and the high is around 84 degrees. Fall temperatures go from a high of 80 degrees in September to a low of 38 degrees in November. The record high and low temperatures occurred just one year apart. It reached 10 degrees below zero in 1985 and 102 degrees in 1986.

Leisure Activities in Sandy Springs

The Williams-Payne House & Museum provides visitors the opportunity to learn more about community history and the people of Sandy Springs. Before suburbanites took over Sandy Springs, the area was home to Native Americans and then to farmers. Even though Sandy Springs has been incorporated for only a short time, its history dates back to the Land Rush and the Civil War.

The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is managed by the National Park Service. The river is 48 miles long, perfect for canoeing or kayaking on a summer day. There are several species of plants and animals at the park that are unique to this area of the country. Visitors can purchase a daily park pass for $3.00.

Where to Eat and Shop in Sandy Springs

There are eight major shopping malls in Sandy Springs as well as restaurants representing nearly every type of international cuisine. Besides the malls, Red Baron Antiques is a favorite shopping destination in town.

Neese-Jones Provides Affordable Heating and Air Conditioning Service

Neese-Jones Heating and Cooling has provided air conditioning repair and other HVAC services to people in Sandy Springs for more than 20 years. Customers who are experiencing a heating or cooling emergency can contact Neese-Jones 24 hours a day. The company is a Top 10 National Contractor as well as a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer. Additionally, most of its service technicians have completed an advanced certification program with the North American Technician Excellence (NATE) program. Neese-Jones offers free written estimates and an unconditional satisfaction guarantee on all products and services.