On Time Electric & Air has been making mechanical house calls to feeble heating units in the Houston area for almost 20 years. Whether your system is gas or electric, the friendly technician is licensed to administer a 12-point inspection to test for efficiency and functionality in order to ensure your furnace will be in proper working order throughout the coming winter months. Both system check-ups include an inspection and test of electrical power switches, float switches, and blower motors; a check for access to the evaporator coil (essential for proper cleaning, which promotes better circulation and a lower energy bill); and a check of evaporator and flow-pan drain lines. Gas systems will be privy to an inspection of the heat exchanger for cracks, rust, damage, and evidence of small arms trade, and a check and test of gas valves, pilot light, and proper flue ventilation helps safeguard against embarrassing gremlin infestation. Electrical units will have disconnects and amperage readings looked at by the technician, as well as verification of proper wiring and overcurrent protection. Finally, an examination of thermostats will ensure chilly family members reach their desired level of doneness, and a test of carbon monoxide and smoke detectors helps guarantee a safe and stress-free holiday season.
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.
Though the business has been around since 1985, Air Tech of Houston is still evolving. Their field technicians receive on-going training, so they're ready to repair and maintain air conditioners and furnaces of all types. They know the trouble signs to look for, such as leaking gas lines on furnaces or faulty evaporate coils on air conditioners. If necessary, they can install new air conditioning systems, with American Standard being their brand of preference. They can also help homeowners go green with the same eco-friendly systems Santa uses to cool the North Pole.
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.