Maintaining a cool environment indoors is challenging with Houston’s heat and humidity. But don’t sweat it!
Established in 1946, family-owned Village Plumbing & Air offers comprehensive HVAC and plumbing services in Houston. Backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee, we provide parts and labor warranties and upfront flat-rate prices. Rely on us for all your HVAC needs.
Some of our awards include:
Reliable AC Repair
AC failures in triple-digit weather are unsafe but controllable with emergency AC repairs.
Ways to reduce the need for AC repairs include:
Our Village Partner Plan includes exclusive savings, up to 10% off our services, biannual tune-ups, virtual service calls, and other cool advantages!
Signs You Need AC Repair
The sweltering summer weather can strain your HVAC. Signs it needs service include:
Inside Your Home
Outside Your Home
Before calling a technician, check that the AC is switched on, the unit is plugged in, and the thermostat is set to cooling mode. Replace the air filter if it is clogged. These are issues you can resolve yourself. If none of them apply to your situation, contact us for AC repair in Houston.
Likely because you have a drain line stoppage. Customers often confuse “leaking units” for condensate. But if an AC is not creating water, it’s not taking humidity out of the air, and it’s not cooling. Whether there’s cause for concern depends on where the leak is happening. Is it because water is condensing and draining outside or is it coming through the ceiling? Try and locate the leak to decide if it’s time to call for AC repair in Houston.
This could be as simple as a clogged drain line or blocked filter. But a major component problem is another possibility. It could also be a tripped breaker. If you’ve never dealt with a tripped breaker, you should get a professional to diagnose the issue. It’s easy to damage the breaker box if you don’t know what you are doing. A major fault in your AC unit may be the reason the breaker tripped in the first place.
Check to see if your outdoor condenser is running. If not, you may have a clogged drain line, which is one of the most common problems with AC units in Houston. Other reasons include a condenser unit blocked by debris, a frozen evaporator coil, a refrigerant leak, or an undersized air conditioner.
Yes, because they don’t require ducts, you can easily add a mini-split to your garage, basement, attic, or add-on.
Most contractors recommend replacing your AC system if a repair cost equals more than half the unit’s value. Plus, you’ll likely need additional repairs if the unit is over 10 years old. A new AC can earn some of the cost back in the form of energy savings over time.
Some ACs include indoor air quality (IAQ) features, but consider an IAQ test. Our air scrubbers block viruses and pathogens like norovirus, bird flu, MRSA, listeria, strep, staph, coli, and swine flu.
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