If you’re not familiar with the Roman calendar or Julius Ceasar the term “the Ides of March” may mean nothing to you.  But as the 15th of March approaches Dallas it means one thing…hot temperatures are near and the air conditioning “conspiracy” will soon be upon us.  Yes fellow homeowners summer in Dallas means high energy bills, barely hanging on HVAC equipment, and worst of all thousands of heating and air conditioning contractors coming into our homes conspiring to make an quick, easy dollar (all the while not really fixing anything) or worse yet trying to upsell us on something we don’t need (inevitably to build large ticket sales to increase their commission based paycheck).  Whether a small company with a single unlicensed/uninsured employee or a huge corporate outfit whose overhead would make Microsoft blush, the sad truth of such a large demand service industry like air conditioning in Dallas is the majority of companies and contractors have their agenda in mind not yours!  At Classic Heating and Air we deal in the facts…GOOD, BAD, or UGLY.  It is something our company has been built on and believed in since our inception.  Our goal everytime we visit a home is to not only properly repair the problem but to also inform, educate and leave our customers knowing more than they did before and knowing they made the correct decision in choosing Classic Heating and Air.

Our Classic employees are

  • Trained
  • Licensed
  • Certified
  • Educated and Experienced
  • Drug/background checked
  • Not commissioned based

Over the course of the next few months the Classic Team will service, repair and install thousands of heating and air conditioning systems and rest assured facts will be shared, integrity will prevail, and the truth will set our customers free!  If that sounds like the service provider you’d like in your home, give us a call today…because “beware the Ides of March!”



  • Free service calls and filters
  • Bi-annual tune-ups
  • Priority service
  • Keeps your system running to the best of it’s ability
  • Puts the liability back on the respective company