Air Conditioning & Commercial Kitchen Equipment Services in Warner Robins, GA
Located in the heart of Georgia, Warner Robins is a fast-growing city in Houston County. The town’s close proximity to the Macon Metropolitan Area makes Warner Robins attractive to families, commuters and retirees, and the Museum of Aviation draws many visitors to the city as well. With the Robins Air Force Base as the city’s major employer, it’s no surprise that pride for the military runs strong in Warner Robins. The official motto of Warner Robins is the acronym “EDIMGIAFAD,” which stands for “Every Day In Middle Georgia Is Armed Forces Appreciation Day.”
Warner Robins began life as a simple railroad stop in a small farming community in Houston County. After the Civil War, railroad engineer William H. Wells befriended a local landowner named Henry Feagin who donated part of his land to build a train station. The depot and the town that grew up around it were both named Wellston after the engineer. At the outbreak of World War II, the land around present-day Warner Robins was chosen as the site of a new army air force base, and the town was renamed in honor of air corps logistician Brigadier General Augustine Warner Robins. Warner Robins was formally incorporated in 1943, and the military base and the community have been closely linked ever since.
Warner Robins is situated 14 miles to the south of Macon. Interstate 75 runs along the city’s western border; State Route 129 traverses its eastern boundary. Warner Robins has a total land area of around 35 square miles.
With a subtropical climate, the city of Warner Robins experiences hot, humid summers and mild winters. The warmest month is typically July when high temperatures average around 92 degrees Fahrenheit. Snowfall is rare in Warner Robins, and winter low temperatures average around 58 degrees.
The Census Bureau estimates the population of Warner Robins at 72,531, including some 8,750 veterans. There are approximately 25,500 households in the city with an average of 2.62 people per household. At $111,800, the median home value is slightly lower than the state median. The median household income is around $46,250. Warner Robins is served by the Houston County School System.
The most popular attraction in Warner Robins is the Museum of Aviation. The museum covers 51 acres of land adjacent to the Robins Air Force Base and has more than 200,000 square feet of exhibition space. Approximately 85 aircraft and missiles are on display. Other attractions in Warner Robins include:
- Golf Courses. Warner Robins has several privately owned courses, including the 72-par International City Golf Club. The Landings Golf Club is a semi-private club that features five sets of tees with distances of up to 7,000 yards.
- Parks and Recreation. The Warner Robins Recreation Department operates 12 neighborhood parks that include playgrounds, pavilions and picnic areas.
- Community Events. The city holds community events throughout the year, including holiday celebrations and farmers’ markets. Residents can track upcoming events on the city’s online community calendar.
Wilson Bryant Air Conditioning Services in Warner Robins
Wilson Bryant Air Conditioning has earned a reputation for providing quality heating and air conditioning services for homes and businesses throughout Warner Robins and the surrounding communities. In addition to energy-efficient HVAC system installations and timely heating and air conditioning repairs, we offer:
- Preventive HVAC maintenance services
- Ductwork cleaning and sealing services
- Sheet metal services
- Refrigeration services
- 24/7 emergency heating and air conditioning repairs
Wilson Bryant technicians are certified by North American Technician Excellence (NATE), so you know you can expect quality results when you contact Wilson Bryant Air Conditioning for all of your comfort needs.