Houston Heating, Cooling, and Electrical


How To Deal With Extreme Temperature And Keep Your AC Unit Working Well

Every year, Houston averages about five 100-degree days, and during those days, your air conditioner will feel the stress. There are many ways to protect your air conditioner from the extreme heat and give it a break, without compromising comfort. Here are some examples of things to do when the heat is unbearable: Read more

What Does It Mean When Your AC Unit Freezes Up?

When an air conditioner freezes up, it’s a clear sign that there’s something wrong with the unit. The problem may be minor, or it may be something that requires a professional. It’s difficult to know until the air conditioner is inspected, and especially the evaporator. Read more

Why Preseason Checkups Keep You Cool When You Need It Most

Preseason checkups ensure your A/C is ready for the summer

Summer is near, and that means air conditioners around Houston will soon be working overtime. A preseason checkup ensures your A/C is up to the task and ready to keep you cool when you need it most.

According to the Department of Energy’s data, peak electricity usage during the summer is about 22 percent higher than peak winter usage. Much of that can be attributed to air conditioner usage, and the number is higher in coastal regions like the one Houston inhabits. Read more

How To Check Your A/C If It Stops Working And When It’s Necessary To Call A Technician

How to Check Your A/C If It Stops Working

The home’s HVAC system is one of the most complex systems in the home, and as the summer months heat up, it’s important to know how to check your A/C if it stops working and when it’s necessary to call a technician. While there are some things a homeowner can check on their own, there is a real risk of injury, so some things are best handled by a professional. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, about 10 people are fatally electrocuted every year while handling an air conditioner. Read more


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