Houston Heating, Cooling, and Electrical


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

What Is Included In An AC Maintenance Checkup?

Air conditioners are complicated pieces of technology, and they are subjected to constant wear and tear. Yet, with regular maintenance, they can last for many years. Without regular maintenance, though, the risk of early failure climbs, and if the A/C does fail, the only solution is an expensive replacement. Consider that more than 80 percent of air conditioner repairs could’ve been avoided with regular maintenance, and it’s easy to see why opting for maintenance makes sense. Read more

How To Care For Your A/C Before, During And After A Hurricane

Hurricanes pose several threats to air conditioners, in the form of floods, winds, debris and lightning. Any of those elements can cause serious damage to the unit, but as long as you prepare before the storm and know what to do afterwards, the worst may be avoided. Read more

Generator 101

Generator 101 and Why it’s Needed

No matter where you live, power outages are going to happen eventually. There are more than 3,000 power outages in the U.S. every year, and they affect tens of millions of people, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). Texas ranked second in the nation in number of incidents. The EIA also tracks outage durations, and in 2016, the typical outage lasted for four hours. Read more


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Memorial, Bunker Hill, Hedwig Village, Piney Point, Hunters Creek, Spring Branch, Tanglewood, River Oaks, Galleria, West University, Bellaire, Katy, The Woodlands, Kingwood, Humble, Spring, Cypress, Waller, Magnolia, Sugarland, Jersey Village, and the Greater Houston Area

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