Air Alliance Team
Glenn Valencia – General Partner
Glenn Valencia earned his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Southern Polytechnic Institute (now Southern Polytechnic State University) in Marietta, and began working as a licensed HVAC contractor in 1981.
With a focus on commercial HVAC systems, Glenn’s expertise includes design and build projects, retrofits for data center facilities, customized systems to meet special lab requirements, and tenant build-to-suit projects.
With deep roots in the metro Atlanta community in which he lives and operates his business, Glenn serves on the Board of the Hudson Family Foundation, whose mission involves making a lasting impact on the lives of children in need, and he is an active member of his church.
Glenn and his wife live in metro Atlanta, and are the parents of two daughters.
Dean Klein – General Partner
Dean Klein earned his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology in 1984, and specializes in residential and commercial HVAC systems.
He has worked directly with more than 3,000 clients in the metro Atlanta area to establish operating procedures and customized preventive maintenance agreements to minimize service issues and keep HVAC equipment operating at peak efficiency.
The parents of four children, Dean and his wife are deeply involved in school and athletic activities in their Cobb County community and church.
Each Air Alliance Service Technician is trained to evaluate all aspects of your heating and air conditioning system, including proper ventilation, humidity, air quality, air flow, and duct work design issues. They also are trained to perform preventive maintenance, repair and service for all brands and models of HVAC equipment.
Air Alliance technicians are drug tested, background checked, uniformed, and EPA-certified, giving our clients peace of mind.
Our technicians are located throughout metro Atlanta, providing quick response for all of your heating and cooling needs.
Brian was awesome. He jumped into this and quickly determined that the issue was a failing pressure switch, and not at all the controller...Bill,