About Jack Strickland Heating & Air Conditioning Specialists
Jack Strickland opened a small heating and air conditioning business in the spring of 1948. The company started out working on residential boilers and commercial air conditioning in various retail establishments around town. As single family housing grew in Duval County so did the need for heating and cooling. Starting out primarily as furnace repair through 1950‘s conventional air conditioning became more predominant as we moved through the 1960‘s.
During the early 1970‘s central air conditioning and heating was being offered in new residential construction across the state. During this time the Jack Strickland Co, established a large market share in the greater Jacksonville area.
As Jack’s business was growing and cliental relationships were forming his need for expansion was inevitable. So his two sons’s joined the family business and its all history from there.
The Jack Strickland Company was set up on a platform of high customer satisfaction, high level of quality in the industry, honesty, trust and a long term customer relationships within the community. We have held these standards for over 60 years and will continue to do business in this manner.
Jack Strickland Today
Today, Jack Strickland Heating & Air continue to operate with the same high level of customer service and satisfaction that has become a trademark for the organization since its founding. And while the level of service has stayed the same, our knowledge and expertise has grown providing unparalleled capabilities with high efficiency air to air units as well geothermal heating and air. At Jack Strickland, our goal is to build long term relationships by providing the right units for your needs. No more, no less!
Jackson Philip Strickland Jr.
NOVEMBER 13, 1937 – JANUARY 12, 2021
"We celebrate the life of Jack Strickland, Jr. Jack was known in the community as a businessman, leader, and mentor to so many of us. We will always remember his humor and his kindness. He has touched the lives of so many and will be greatly missed. It is an honor to carry on his namesake and business started by his father 72 years ago."