Gadsden Heat and Air Repair - Replacement Call 256-547-4328
In Gadsden, Atalla and Rainbow City, heat and air repairs as well as replacement of heat pumps and furnaces should be entrusted to Alabama Cooling and Heating. Whether it is a service call, maintenance or full changeout of your Hvac system, your heating and air needs will be handled in a professional and courteous manner by our award winning technicians.
If it is financing that is needed, Gadsden is fortunate because we are an Alabama Power, Alagasco, Synchrony Bank , Wells Fargo and Regions Bank approved dealer which gives us access to rebates and even special interest rates to you, our customer with approved credit.
We are proud to offer Rheem comfort products as well as being a Rheem Pro contractor . We also offer mini-split heat pump by Fujitsu and are one of the only dealers in the state of Alabama who have been named Elite contractors with them which also allows our customers to enjoy a 12 yr warranty on all parts (rather than a 10 yr)
Allow our professional service techs and installers to come and do more than "fix your system--let us repair or replace it instead----ALABAMA COOLING AND HEATING call 256-547-4328
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Alabama State Licenses
Alabama Cooling and Heating - Licensed by the State of Alabama Board of Heating & Air Conditioning Contractors.
AL #: 99117
Alabama Cooling and Heating
3257 Gurley Ave.
Gadsden, Al 35903
Phone: (256) 547-4328
Gadsden Alabama Service Area
This is a city in the state of Alabama that serves as the county seat of the Etowah County. It is located in the North East region of Birmingham. It was estimated in 2014 that Gadsden had a population of about 36,856 people in the 38.3 sq. miles that equals 99.2 sq. km, with a population density of about 977 sq. mi/377.1 sq. km.
Just as other cities in the Deep South of Alabama, Gadsden experiences a humid subtropical climate that comes with four distinct seasons. Together with the city of Rome, Georgia, they are considered as the largest cities in the entire of the state of Alabama. In the 19th Century, history indicates that Gadsden held the second most important center of commerce and industry only behind the seaport of Mobile. It was also an important area for trade throughout the 1980s with two popular companies calling Gadsden home; Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, and Republic Steel Corporation.
Major industries closed done throughout the 80s and this propelled the decline of the city of Gadsden, with it being listed as one of the Worst Seven Cities to live in the entire of the USA by a 1989 Rand McNally article. Despite the various efforts for redevelopment aims, underemployment still presents one of the major problems in the city of Gadsden. The city is a cosmopolitan entity with a racial representation of almost every race in the USA. The average income per homestead in this city is about $31,740, with 22.9% of all the members of the city of Gadsden living under the poverty line.