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Air Conditioning Repair Services in Houston, TX

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Prescreened Air Conditioning Repair Companies in Houston, TX

JVMB Industries, LLC
3 Verified Ratings
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(281) 869-1484
12436 FM 1960 Road West, #236
Houston, TX 77065
Prestige Air and Heat
6 Verified Ratings
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(281) 869-1889
8610 Josie Street
Houston, TX 77029
HVAC Heroes, LLC
183 Verified Ratings
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(866) 761-8533
12602 Mill Wheel Lane
Houston, TX 77070
A&M Mechanical, Corp.
8 Verified Ratings
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(866) 583-3371
4005 Brinkman St
Houston, TX 77018
JMV Air Solutions, LLC
6 Verified Ratings
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(866) 846-5420
16507 Brightling Lane
Houston, TX 77090

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Cost to hire a Repair or Service a Central Air Conditioning System in Houston

Most homeowners spent between:
$185 - $806
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Reviews of Houston A/C Repair Services

Project: Repair or Service a Central Air Conditioning System
Houston, TX

I chose The Comfort King based on their great ratings and reviews. I have to agree with the rest. I have an old A/C unit and feared the worst knowing it could easily cost me a fortune in repairs. However, I was not only surprised with how quickly and efficiently Mike made the repairs, but also the fact that I paid much less than I expected.

Project: Repair or Service a Central Air Conditioning System
Houston, TX

My AC broke down and a previous repair man had advised that I need to replace the entire condenser unit. I wasn't convinced so I called Comfort King. Mike from Comfort King was brilliant today. He got home and in 5 minutes he was done. He corrected the cabling that the previous had terminated incorrectly. Mike saved me $2800 that previous guy had quoted to replace the condenser unit - all for just $104. Thank you Mike!

Project: Repair or Service a Central Air Conditioning System
Houston, TX

Arrived on time and was really professional. Would hire again.


Unscreened HVAC & Air Conditioning Contractors in Houston, Texas

Clemons A/C
2031 Middle Creek Drive
Kingwood, TX 77339
The Appliance Doctor
16515 Bougainvilla Lane
Friendswood, TX 77546
Kool Breeze AC & Heating Services, Inc.
23594 Fm 1314 Rd.
Porter, TX 77365
Gold Star Heating & Air Conditioning, LLC
2501 Central Parkway South, # C-15
Houston, TX 77092
Landsculpture and Design Inc.
P.O. Box 920622
Houston, TX 77292

Things to Consider Before You Hire an HVAC Contractor To Fix Your A/C:

  • Is this an emergency?
  • What best describes the nature of the problem?

    Unit not running
    No air conditioning in one location
    No air conditioning in all locations
    Not enough cooling in one location
    Not enough cooling anywhere
    Annual maintenance
    Inefficient HVAC
  • How old is your current air conditioning system? (in years)

Ideas & Inspiration from Houston HVAC & Air Conditioning Contractors

Houston A/C Repair

It's easy to take anything in your home for granted so long as it remains in good working condition. Yet, of all things that can go wrong, it's hard to find one that wreaks havoc like a broken air conditioner in the middle of a muggy, Houston summer. Fans and lemonade won't cut it, no matter what your grandparents used to say about the old days. Hopefully, this article finds you in a situation other than household members snapping at one another or staying at a relative's. If your air conditioning has gone out, you may find a simple solution, but more likely you're ready to go ahead and talk to a professional. If your home hasn't hit emergency proportions just yet, here are a few items to help minimize the headaches and expense of air conditioning repair in Houston.

Identifying Air Conditioning Repairs
While Houston air conditioning units don't have to endure the deep hibernation of a long, hard winter, the most common time to experience problems with your air conditioning is still in the spring when you first fire up your air conditioning for the year. Of course, this is also the most common time for air conditioning problems for the hundreds of thousands of fellow Houston homeowners. The best thing you can do to avoid the inevitable competition for Houston air conditioning repair professionals is to throw your air conditioning on for an hour or two in the weeks, or even days, before the first onslaught of hot weather. Don't just watch the evening news and think to yourself: It's going to be time to run the air conditioner soon. Start it up right then and there. If it doesn't run smoothly, quietly, coolly, and without any residual odors, check your air conditioning system and start looking for a repair professional.

More Troubleshooting
Along with the beginning of hot weather, your air conditioning unit may suffer from tropical storm season where high winds can blow extraneous debris around and into your air condensing unit. When a tropical storm blows through the Gulf, it's a good idea to inspect your home's exterior, especially your roof, siding, yard, and your air conditioning unit. If something impedes the airflow of your air condensing unit, your air conditioning can go out. Catch the problem early, and you may be able to simply remove any impediments. Let it go, and you can be in for bigger problems.

You should also replace temporary filters or clean permanent filters each year to help keep your air conditioning unit running smoothly. Small particles in the filter can cause odors and indoor air pollutants; more serious clogs can cause greater damage and require professional repair services. Finally, the problem with your air conditioning unit may have nothing to do with the air conditioning unit itself. A thermostat malfunction is a common source of air conditioning problems. Particularly, if a thermostat leaves your air conditioning running indefinitely, your air conditioner unit can decompress, creating bigger problems. Superficial problems with your thermostat may be dealt with by a canny DIYer, but you should avoid tackling thermostat wiring unless you have electrical experience beyond basic electrical safety.

The Cost
With the nature of the repair, so goes the cost. The simplest problems can be dealt with for $50 to $100, which may include little more than the fee for your Houston air conditioning contractor to come to your home and identify and fix the problem. While you may not be thrilled to discover all you needed was to replace a screw or filter, at least you won't have to pay several hundred dollars to a grand to replace a major component of your system. If the worst happens, be sure to discuss with your contractor the relative virtues of repairing your unit and having it replaced. The last thing you want to do is sink a bunch of money into a unit that's only going to continue to experience problems in the years ahead.