Tomball is a part of the Houston metropolitan area and is named for congressman Thomas Henry Ball, a figure who contributed to the development of the Port of Houston. It remains an independent city but experiences the same hot and humid subtropical climate. Having a working A/C is therefore important throughout the year, and you can also rely on Village Plumbing & Air to service your heating system and provide everything from drain cleaning to sewer repair.
In the Tomball area, you’ll find points of interest such as the Tomball Railroad Depot Plaza, where model trains can be viewed. Historical buildings and artifacts are on display at the Tomball Museum Center, while Juergens Park and the Theis Attaway Nature Center provide opportunities to take a walk and unwind.
Our customers rely on air conditioning most of the year in Tomball. We’ll make sure your complete HVAC system is properly installed and cared for. A breakdown any time of the year is inconvenient and potentially dangerous. Fortunately, you can depend on our licensed technicians 24/7 to troubleshoot and fix any issue, big or small. Repairs are completed quickly; we then test the system to ensure there are no lingering issues.
When it comes to A/C installation, we understand the importance of picking the right model and size of system for your home. The goal is to find the most cost-effective, reliable, and energy efficient solution. Throughout the life of your system, you can trust Village Plumbing & Air to keep it in top shape. Our maintenance professionals are thorough and precise whether changing filters, cleaning your air conditioner, or performing a full tune-up.
We started as a plumbing company in 1946 and have grown under the leadership of Monica Ryan. Our plumbers are experienced professionals and have the latest technologies, tools, and equipment. Therefore, Tomball customers receive the highest quality plumbing installation, repair, and maintenance services. Whether you have a dripping faucet or leaking fixture, pipe, or appliance, we can fix it quickly to minimize water damage and mold growth. Our technicians also address issues such as corrosion, wear, damaged pipe joints, broken seals, or high water pressure.
You can rely on Village Plumbing & Air to fix a burst pipe, clogged or cracked sewer line, or provide fast and effective drain cleaning services. A clogged toilet or floor drain is no problem for our team to fix. We can also repair and maintain your hot water heater, fix a gas line, repipe your home, test a backflow preventer, or dispatch a crew day or night to your location in an emergency.
A winter chill means it’s time to turn up the heat, but don’t wait to have your furnace checked. From late November through February, cold spells can strain your heating system. A problem may be emerging and scheduling maintenance allows our team to identify and fix it before your furnace breaks down; or worse, triggers a fire, explosion, or release of carbon monoxide. Our technicians are trained to repair any issue, whether it causes loud noise, restricted airflow, or inconsistent heat.
Installing a furnace requires training and expertise. Trained in the latest methods, our technicians consider all factors when sizing a furnace for your home, including square footage, number of windows, ductwork, and insulation. A properly sized furnace will provide adequate heat while running consistently and efficiently. For each job, we include a 100% satisfaction guarantee along with individual equipment and Lennox HVAC system warranties.
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A condenser is the equipment people most recognize as their air conditioner. It’s the large box-like unit located on the outside of your home somewhere.
There are evaporator coils (in your attic unit) and condenser coils (on your outdoor equipment) they are both essential to the function of your HVAC system and it’s good to always keep them clean. Did you know dust & dirt is the #1 killer of HVAC systems?
The furnace is the heart of your heating system, and is sometimes part of the air handler. The air handler connects to your duct system and can contain filters as well as heating and cooling elements.