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Annual Conference – March 26-29, 2015 at Savannah Marriott Riverfront

Conditioned Air Association of Georgia (CAAG) is a state-wide, non profit trade association which represents heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration contractors (HVACR) who work on residential, commercial and industrial construction projects.

CAAG, formed in 1980, CAAG has over 900 members in 23 local chapters. The membership is composed of a great diversity in sizes of member firms from the very large mechanical contractors to the very small family owned businesses. Regardless of the size, CAAG represents the professionals in the industry who have a genuine interest in improving the industry for both the customer and the contractor.

CAAG’s goal is to promote quality and professionalism in the HVACR industry in the state of Georgia and the demonstration of a genuine concern for the satisfaction of our customers by providing quality service.

For more information call Bruce Widener, CAAG at 678-646-2224 in the metro Atlanta area, 1-800-610-CAAG outside the Atlanta area.

Notice of intent to voluntarily dissolve Group Self-Insurance Fund

Notice is given that The Conditioned Air Association of Georgia’s Self-Insured Workers Compensation Fund (“Fund”), an entity organized pursuant to O.C.G.A. §§ 34-9-150 et seq. with its registered office at P.O. Box 1928, Duluth, Georgia 30096,  intends to dissolve and cease operations in accordance with O.C.G.A. § 34-9-169(c).  All interested persons with claims against the Fund or interested persons who object to the dissolution of the Fund are instructed to submit such claims or objections in writing to the Fund at the registered office.

CAAG Mission Statement

renew caagThe mission statement of the Conditioned Air Association of Georgia (CAAG) is to assist and enable CAAG members in every way possible to acquire, serve, and satisfy their customers by…

  • providing the highest quality technical and management information and services,
  • promoting good business ethics and sound business practices,
  • being the standard of excellence by which all others are measured,
  • promoting the genuine concern for the safety and satisfaction of customers by providing quality products and services

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