Whether you're preparing for the sweltering days of summer or chillier nights of winter, Indoor Comfort Specialists installs and repairs the HVAC systems that keep you cool and cozy. Twenty-four hours a day, 365 days a year, the technicians create custom preventive-maintenance plans for air conditioners and heaters, and conduct air-quality tests to measure for airborne particles such as puppy-piloted drones. With more than 60 years of combined experience, they travel to homes and businesses to help lower bills by up to 60% with energy-efficient geothermal heat-pump systems, which use the Earth's nearly stable temperature to heat and cool rooms.
The staff at Air National understands the importance of air. Besides powering basketball sneakers, air can also have a direct effect on your comfort. The EPA-certified technicians inspect heating and cooling systems as well as duct and pipe insulation. The technicians, many of whom have been on the job for more than two decades, also install air-filtration systems to keep homes pollutant-free and perform preventative services to help keep homes temperate throughout the year.
Texas Air Care's licensed and insured techs have been keeping things cool for more than 22 years. Beyond installing new systems by American Standard, Ruud, Carrier, and Gibson, they can readily tackle repairs on HVAC units of all makes and models or offer tips on how to boost efficiency and trim cooling costs. The stewards of indoor climate health also command a Rotobrush air-duct cleaning system, which they use to rout dust mites, bacteria, and mold from home circulatory systems and can install UV purifiers that help kill airborne pollutants and identify incriminating fingerprints on empty cupcake liners.
Since 1969, Custom Comfort has been providing professional service and reliable air conditioning and heating system installations, repairs, maintenance and excellent indoor air quality to home owners in Richmond, Sugar Land, Rosenberg, Katy, Needville, El Campo, Memorial, and Houston.
When course architect Roy Case designed the 36 holes that would become Wildcat Golf Club, he drew inspiration from two distinct styles by laying traditional Scottish links-style holes over the undulating Texas Hill Country topography. Players encounter lots of tall grasses but few trees as they eventually reach 100-foot elevations, where they?ll catch glimpses of Houston?s skyline, Reliant Stadium, and the Galleria. The Club is divided into two 18-hole courses?the Highlands Course and the Lakes Course?each blanketed in TifSport Bermuda grass fairways and TifEagle Bermuda putting surfaces so smooth that golfers have reported reaching into the cup and pulling out a single red rose instead of their golf ball.
Though situated next to one another, each course bears its own unique set of challenges. Deep ravines and strategically placed bunkers befuddle players on the Highlands Course, while the Lakes Course lives up to its name with water as its defining characteristic. A series of lakes comes into play on seven holes, nowhere more dramatically than on the twelfth hole, a unique par 5 configuration whose tee box, two fairway sections, and green are separated by intersecting water hazards, which double as watering holes for thirsty golf carts.
Highland Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Total length of 6,954 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 73.6 from the back tees * Course slope of 138 from the back tees * Five sets of tees per hole
Lakes Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Total length of 7,016 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 73.2 from the back tees * Course slope of 135 from the back tees * Five sets of tees per hole