Air Conditioner Repair in Houston

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Air Conditioner Repair in Houston

In our experience, A/Cs tend to break down at the worst of times. Oftentimes, a customer calls at the peak of a heat wave and their air conditioning unit has stopped working. We know this is not a time to sweat it out. Call for service and we’ll dispatch a crew of licensed technicians to your home immediately.

Why Choose Village Plumbing & Air

There are many reasons we are a leading Houston A/C repair company. We’re familiar with all the common problems that occur with air conditioners. A family owned business, we treat all our customers like family and respect your home when working on your system. Our technicians are trained to address any issue with any type of A/C, but are specifically trained in servicing Lennox air conditioners. Plus, we have coupons to help you save, an exclusive maintenance plan, and affordable financing options.

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Does Your A/C Need Repair?

At Village Plumbing & Air, we provide A/C repairs in Houston when your system isn’t cooling your home properly. Oftentimes this is due to a dirty filter, low refrigerant, dirty coil, drainage issue, or sensor or thermostat problem. Faulty cooling elements in the air handler may be causing trouble. If your A/C isn’t turning on, an electric control, thermostat, or motor may have failed, but there could be a power or wiring problem as well.

Limited air flow can often be fixed by replacing the filter. But sometimes it’s an indicator that there’s a clog, leak, or damage in your ductwork. If the condenser unit is obstructed, airflow can be restricted and the system could overheat. Blower fan, thermostat, and other component issues can contribute to the problem, while your A/C may be oversized for your home. We can take on all these issues and recommend the best solutions to get your HVAC system running reliably and efficiently.

How to Prevent Emergency Repairs

Village Plumbing & Air can always be trusted for 24 hour air conditioning repair. Not all emergencies can be avoided, as air conditioners are complex, hard working machines. But there are ways to reduce the odds of needing big repairs. Changing the filter regularly is one of them. Routine maintenance visits by a licensed contractor help, because our technicians provide inspections, minor repairs, and tune-ups twice a year; this service is included for members of our Village Partner Plan. You also receive up to 10% off on all our services. We’ll even set up a virtual service call to help diagnose the problem, provide an estimate, and schedule service if needed.

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Schedule A/C Repair Today

If your A/C is blowing hot air, leaking, or not turning on, schedule a service appointment by contacting us online or calling 713-678-0483 today.

What are the components of an Air Conditioning (or HVAC) system?


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?

Air Handler or Furnace

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.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is HVAC?

HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. It is a combination unit that controls the indoor climate and air quality within your home all year long. Most homes in Texas will have HVAC units installed in their homes, though some older homes may have stand-alone central air conditioning units or window units and use an alternative heating source instead of a central unit. 

How to Clean Outside AC Unit?
  1. Make sure power is off.
  2. Use a regular garden hose, no-pressure washing, or high-pressure nozzle and start at the top and work your way down the coils.
  3. Spray from the sides into the unit.  Only spray the outside, avoid the inside of the fan (don't spray into the top of the unit).
Why is my AC Leaking Water?

Likely because you have a drain line stoppage. Customers often confuse “leaking units” for condensate. If it’s not creating water, it’s not taking humidity out of the air and it’s not cooling. It really depends on where the leak is happening. "Is it because it's making water and it drains outside or is it coming through the ceiling?" Try and locate the leak.

Why is my AC Not Working?

This could be as simple as a drain line stoppage, a tripped breaker, to a major component problem. Even if the breaker is tripped, you should get a professional out to diagnose because it is easy to cause harm to the breaker box if you do not know what you are doing and make the problem worse.

Why is my AC Not Blowing Hot Air?

Check to see if your condenser is running outside. If it is, then you likely have a clogged drain line, which is one of the most common problems with AC Units in Houston.

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