Call Chad’s AC Direct in Montgomery (334-651-0582) at the first sign of mold, air quality issues, HVAC trouble or if you’re just tired of wasting money on AC repairs, heater repairs, and high utility bills.
for Autaugaville, AL
The first settler in what is now Autaugaville arrived around 1820 and built a gristmill and sawmill on Swift Creek, about three miles upriver from the Alabama River. A cotton mill opened in 1849 on the banks of Swift Creek, and following upon the model of industrialist Daniel Pratt, the owner constructed housing for its employees, thus expanding the town. Additional businesses opened in Autaugaville during this period, including a cloth factory, a buggy and wagon factory, and a gristmill, making it a thriving manufacturing center. The downtown area was seriously damaged by a fire in 1853, but quickly rebuilt. The Civil War and Reconstruction resulted in the closing of Autaugaville’s factories, including the cotton factory, which saw its shipments seized by the U.S. government. The war and its aftermath would essentially end Autaugaville’s status as a manufacturing center. Currently, the Crystal Lake Manufacturing Company makes brooms, mops, and handles in Autaugaville.
Chad’s AC Direct
Chad’s AC Direct has been providing heating and air conditioning services to the commercial and residential market for over 20 years. Based in Montgomery, AL Chad’s AC Direct also serves neighboring cities of Deatsville, Prattville, Millbrook, Wetumpka, Slapout, Marbury, Hope Hull, Tallassee, Shorter.
Please contact us at 334-651-0582 for all your heating and air conditioning needs! You can also visit us at www.chadsacdirect.com.