Childress Heating & Cooling is proud to serve Etowah County as your number one trusted AC and heating company. During these cold winter months, you may have noticed a little bit too much of the outside weather getting in. With our assortment of products from American Standard, we are committed to finding the best fit for your home and its heating and cooling needs. Childress Heating & Cooling prides itself on cozy comfort that’s easy on your wallet.
Childress Heating & Cooling is committed to a higher standard of comfort in your homes, and that begins with our higher standard of efficiency and reliability from our American Standard line of systems. Childress Heating & Cooling specializes in installation, repair, service, and maintenance, providing emergency assistance to keep you cool in the summer, and warm in the winter. We are the top HVAC contractor in Etowah County and love providing an excellent customer experience!
Whether you are looking for a new system, or upgrading an existing one, Childress Heating & Cooling offers all products and services you could possibly need during the harsh winter months, or scorching summer months. Not sure where to start? Give us a call at 256-312-1893 and schedule an estimate from one of our professionally licensed technicians, ensuring safety and professionalism in all aspects of your home and its HVAC needs.
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Childress Heating & Cooling specializes in AC repair and Air Conditioning replacement. We also offer emergency service because we know AC systems tend to break down at the most inopportune times.
We can diagnose and repair all makes, models, and brands of HVAC systems, including those we did not install.
Having to have your home’s air conditioning system serviced can be extremely inconvenient, not only for you, but also for your family. The usual first questions homeowners ask are, “Who can I trust,” and, “Who will treat me fairly and do the job right?”