Mark’s Heating and Air Conditioning in new location


Mark Dickerson has been in the heating and cooling business for over a decade, but recently his company, Mark’s Heating and Air Conditioning, got a facelift and a new home and he hosted an Open House and Ribbon Cutting to celebrate.

“I’ve been in the heating and air conditioning business for over 15 years now, but about seven years ago I took the big step and opened my own business,” Dickerson said, adding that he has never looked back and that his business has been growing every year since.

Mark’s Heating and Air Conditioning, which is now located at 250 N. Spring St., in Sparta, is a full-service HVAC business, offering new installations as well as basic maintenance and repair services.

“We can change out your unit, replace your duct work, install a unit on your newly built house, perform maintenance on your existing unit, or make repairs,” Dickerson said as he talked about the different services he and his eight employees offer daily. “And we have a maintenance club program that helps homeowners make sure they never miss a routine checkup and that their system is always running efficiently.”

Dickerson also said his company offers around-the-clock emergency services.

“We don’t charge for after hours,” he explained, saying that a customer can’t control when their unit will stop working and when they will need an emergency repair to keep their home or business at a safe temperature. “We are here for your needs 24/7, including holidays.”

Mark’s Heating and Air Conditioning has a reputation of being dependable and honest. A quick search for company reviews will show happy customers from not just White County but most of the Upper Cumberland region and even as far as Lebanon, Tennessee.

Dickerson said that while he is proud of how far his business reaches and is grateful for a crew he can send anywhere near or far, he really enjoys being located and working in Sparta.

“It’s great when your friend’s friend or your friend’s family calls you and you can go help them,” he said. “I love this job but especially the part where I help my friends and neighbors and know that they know we will be there for them and they tell their friends and neighbors, too. I am blessed to have a great company and a great crew work that works for me. Sparta is a great place to live and work, full of trustworthy and honest people. I would never want to locate my business somewhere else.”


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