The Tedder Company
The Tedder Company is a family owned company providing service, repair, replacement, and new installation of furnaces, air conditioners and HVAC systems to residential and commercial customers in Murfreesboro, Brentwood and the surrounding Middle Tennessee communities.
We have been serving the population of Murfreesboro and the surrounding cities such as Franklin, Lebanon and Smyrna since January 2003, when Doug Tedder partnered with his son, Jay, to form The Tedder Company. Based on the principle of providing “quality work at a fair price”, The Tedder Company has partnered with industry leaders such as American Standard, Honeywell, Rheem, and Mitsubishi to provide quality products to take care of our customer’s heating, cooling, and indoor air quality needs.
Our company is operated according to the Christian beliefs that we are to do unto others as we would have them do to us, and love your neighbor as yourself. Our mission is to provide excellent service; with a servant’s heart; honoring Christ. So, whether you are building a new house or commercial building, need service or replacement of existing systems, or just need maintenance to keep your existing systems running efficiently; you can count on The Tedder Company to treat you with honesty & respect while providing solutions to all your furnace, air conditioning and other HVAC needs.
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