Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update- Swinson Air Conditioning Company continues to practice all safety precautions laid out by the CDC with regards to COVID-19. The safety of our customers and staff is our #1 priority. Review our full disclosure: Swinson Air Conditioning COVID-19 Safety Precautions
Our technician will contact you by phone upon arrival at your home. Please maintain a 20 foot space from our technician. If the technician requires access to the interior please maintain the 20 foot separation. If exterior only work is required please operate the thermostat for the technician. To pay by credit card our technician will send an invoice by email for payment. To pay by check please leave check for technician.
We have a high exposure to the public and ask your cooperation. We don’t want to expose our technicians or our customer to this virus.
Swinson Air Conditioning Company provides cooling services and repairs to residents of The Eastern Shore including Fairhope, Daphne, Loxley, Foley, Spanish Fort, and all surrounding areas in Alabama. We service all brands, makes and models, including those we did not install.
With NATE® Certified Technicians on staff, reliable, affordable service for your HVAC system is just a phone call away.
We provide tune-ups and repairs for all major brands including:
The expert HVAC technicians at Swinson Air Conditioning Company have the tools and experience needed to handle any air conditioning repair or service. Our factory trained technicians stand ready to repair your comfort system any day of the week.
We’re proud to give 100% of the Call-Out Fee directly to our technicians.
If there is ice on the piping inside or outside, there may be a large amount of ice that will melt inside. Don’t turn the system off until you know that the water won’t damage your floor or ceiling.
If there is no ice visible, turn the thermostat’s Heat-Off-Cool switch to OFF. This will allow any internal thermal controls to reset before we arrive and avoid additional charges from the technician having to wait. An overheated compressor can take two or three hours to reset itself if left running while it is not cooling the home. Also, an inoperative fan can cause permanent damage to a compressor and/or outdoor coil if the system is left running.
In summary, except in the case of icing, turn your system OFF if it is not cooling your home. Running it can cause additional expense and damage.