For the best HVAC service in Dunedin, contact Marlin James

Our HVAC services are the best in the business

Imagine you get home from work, and during the one minute it takes you to walk from your car into your home you are sweating. You look forward to walking into your comfortable, cool home. As you walk in you notice something isn’t right…it feels unusually warm. You check the thermostat, and it indicates that it’s 81 degrees inside! Yikes! It’s already after 6 p.m., and you need to get service ASAP. Time to call Marlin James, because you have always been able to rely on them in the past for the best service and craftsmanship.

When you need service in the middle of the night, contact Marlin James

Marlin James has been open for over 25 years, and since the beginning, our customer’s have always been our #1 priority, which is why we are rated #1 in Dunedin, Florida as well as Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas, and Polk counties. The motto we always abide by is to provide the best service and craftsmanship to our customers while also earning their trust by remaining honest. Being able to rely on a trustworthy HVAC company is one of the most important priorities as a home or business owner. When you call Marlin James, our comfort advisors will speak with you to determine the level of service you need. All of our comfort technicians and installers are licensed and have extensive training, including training with a certified Lennox professional. We always want our customers to have an understanding of the service that is being done in their home or business, so don’t hesitate to ask questions. This is one of the many reasons that our customers have earned our trust because we provide accurate estimates and always complete the work correctly the first time. For the best HVAC service in the business, trust Marlin James!

Fun Facts about Dunedin, FL

Did you know? The town was officially incorporated in 1905, and in 1913 became the first town in Florida – and second in the nation – to adopt a town manager form of government. Post World War II, when the vets returned home, they quickly discovered the joys of living on Florida’s Suncoast, previously only known to the local farmers and a few rich vacationers. However, the new rail lines built by Henry Flagler and Henry Plant brought many more people to the area; the population boomed from 1,500 residents to over 5,300 in just ten years.