Village Plumbing & Air opened in 1946 and has expanded across Houston under the leadership of Monica Ryan. We know the challenges that the region’s heat can put on people and air conditioning systems. As an award-winning company, we provide high-quality services and stand by our work. In addition to a 100% satisfaction guarantee, we also include a one-year parts and labor warranty on HVAC repairs and parts. Financing and upfront flat-rate pricing mean we’re devoted to accommodating your budget. Whether you’re looking for services for central AC or ductless air conditioning, Village has you covered!
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Living in the Texas heat is manageable if your home is cool. But extreme heat can strain A/C units until component failure causes serious trouble. When this happens or your unit breaks down, we’ll quickly dispatch technicians to your home. We have crews on-call 24/7 who are trained and equipped to diagnose the underlying cause and make any type of repair on any make, model, or brand of air conditioning unit. They can repair any component or part, including:
Village Plumbing and Air’s technicians can also repair blower motors, burners, and combustion elements, drain lines, water leaks, and much, much more.
Whether you need a new air conditioner installed for the first time or to replace your existing AC system, Village has you covered! Replacing your A/C can be a more cost-effective option over the long run. It can avoid repeated repair visits, while a new unit typically operates more efficiently. You can trust our team to properly size your air conditioning system based on a full evaluation of your home.
We also offer a range of options, and we recommend Daikin and Lennox brand air conditioning systems. Being a Lennox Premier dealer lets us install high-quality systems and provide repair and replacement services within warranty (non-warrantied systems are fixed as well). A 10-year manufacturer parts warranty is included with A/C replacement. And if your budget is tight, we offer fast and easy financing with 0% interest or $0 payment during the promotional period.
Air conditioning maintenance in Houston can result in:
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.
Having trouble with your air conditioning can be a stressful experience; no one feels their best when their home is broiling hot, after all. That’s why it’s essential to have someone you can call for fast, no-fuss service that gets the solution right the first time. At Village Plumbing & Air, the customer is always the first priority because we know your satisfaction with our team and work directly leads to our success.
We’re the Cleanest Techs in Town because we know you don’t want a mess left behind after a contractor leaves, even if they did the best job possible. That’s the level of dedication and award-winning service that ensures every customer is 100% satisfied.
★★★★★ “We had Josh out at our home. He was great!!! He did a thorough inspection, found the issue, and repaired it. He is kind and explained the process and answered all of our questions. I highly recommend Josh for A/C service!” – Mike T.
★★★★★ “Very efficient and good service team. We had an emergency and they really showed up quickly and gave us an evaluation and estimate. Skylar was very professional and fixed our AC unit proactively.” – Ghina K.
Routine maintenance is crucial to any HVAC equipment, and air conditioners are no exception. That means keeping up with replacing or cleaning filters as needed based on manufacturer guidelines, air quality, and the type of filters you choose (better filters catch more particles and must be changed more often). It also means professional tune-ups once a year, ideally in the spring, before things get hot and put your system to the test.
A traditional central air conditioner has an external unit running refrigerant lines to a central indoor unit, attached to an air handler, and ductwork to blow air everywhere in your home. A ductless A/C instead has that exterior unit connected via refrigerant lines directly to smaller units throughout your home, each blowing air directly instead of being connected to ductwork.