Superb Treatment

Since 1993, AirMaster Heating & Air, Inc. has provided professional heating and air service while building a reputation as an industry leader in the Metro Atlanta Area.

As a family owned and operated company, providing outstanding customer service and committing to an ethical service standard remain our priorities.

We are able to guarantee personalized, professional service by requiring all of our lead technicians to be NATE certified (North American Technician Excellence).

In addition, all of our installers and technicians are factory trained, giving them the ability to service all brands of equipment and fulfill all of our customer’s needs including repair service, replacement equipment installation, indoor air quality, duct cleaning and installation in newly constructed homes.

Just Around the Corner

Checkout the following plugins designed to be used for the Genesis Framework.
IMPORTANT: You must have Genesis installed for most of these plugins. Click here to purchase Genesis
AgentPress Listings: This plugin creates a listings management system for AgentPress child themes, from StudioPress.
Enhanced Admin Bar with Codex Search: Version: 2.0.3 This plugin adds convenient search fields to provide easy access to the codex, wpbeginner, WordPress support forums and common wp-admi
Enhanced Latest Tweets Widget: Enhanced Latest Tweets Widget allows you to display a certain number of tweets from a specified hashtag (and/or to limit it to a specified user).
Genesis – Comment Title: Change the default Genesis Comment Title. Requires the Genesis theme framework
Genesis Admin Bar Plus: Adds resource links related to the Genesis Framework to the admin bar.

A Magnificent Home

Recently I installed the simple, but beautiful Suffusion theme by Sayontan Sinha. This theme is using the funtions.php file extensively, the same place where my shortcode definitions were stored. Sayontan will probably fix this in the near future by including a custom functions.php file from another location. I also used some PHP code in two sidebar widgets that was executed by the Exec-PHP plugin.

I thought, why not use a plugin to define shortcodes and execute PHP code snippets? I couldn’t find one, so I wrote one myself. You can find it in the WordPress repository as Shortcode Exec PHP.