Village Plumbing and Air is proud to provide high-quality cooling, heating, plumbing, sewer, and emergency services in Bellaire, TX. We’re known for 24-hour air conditioning repair that’s essential in the heat and humidity that lasts for several months in Texas. Customers trust us for professional installation, replacement, and maintenance. Our licensed technicians have been providing the same quality of service since our founding in 1946. Since then, we have satisfied tens of thousands of customers in the area.
Bellaire lies between Houston and West University Place in southwest Harris County. The city is known for its larger housing lots than nearby neighborhoods, and larger homes demand more in terms of HVAC unit sizing and efficiency. A Houston suburb, it is known for its parks, restaurants, and coffee shops. But what Bellaire homeowners need is working air conditioning and plumbing; with award-winning service and a 100% satisfaction guarantee, flexible financing, and a dedication to cleanliness, Village Plumbing & Air is ready to help you with:
Our Houston area plumbers are ready to help fix a clogged drain, minor leak, or burst pipe. We can avoid major water damage and ensure the root cause of water stains, corrosion, mineral scale, low water pressure, or slow drains is completely repaired. Oftentimes we can avoid demolition with the latest plumbing installation and replacement techniques. Our techs are also trusted for plumbing inspection and maintenance. We use video camera inspection to look at pipes from the inside. And, whether for troubleshooting or preventative maintenance, we can use hydro jetting to safely scour pipes clean from within and force any blockages through the wastewater stream.
Village Plumbing & Air also ensures the function and safety of your home with:
Repair service is available 24/7. That means whether your A/C breaks down in the summer or the furnace starts malfunctioning during a winter cold spell, we’ll be there quickly to fix it. Air conditioners endure a lot of strain to keep up in extreme temperatures. This increases the rate of wear so noise, odors, or a lack of cold air can mean trouble is brewing. The sooner the underlying cause is fixed, the more likely damage to major parts can be prevented.
A furnace problem not only results in uneven heat, or no heat at all, in your home. It can waste a substantial amount of energy and be a fire hazard. If a heating element, ventilation component, or ignition or burner part fails, it can release dangerous carbon monoxide. Our technicians are trained to quickly respond, diagnose the problem, and resolve any existing issues.
We also provide A/C and heating maintenance services. As a member of our Village Partner Plan, you’ll get emergency service at reduced fees. Bi-annual A/C and furnace tune-ups are also included, as is an annual whole house plumbing inspection. We provide complete inspections to assess the overall health of your system, and discount all services to members by 10%. With routine maintenance, your HVAC system can run more reliably, efficiently, and safely as well as last longer, saving you money in the long run.
We know not all HVAC or plumbing problems can be prevented. Sometimes things just happen. When they do, you can call Village Plumbing & Air and we’ll dispatch a crew to your home right away, even if it’s the middle of the night. Our technicians stock all the tools and parts they need on their trucks. Whatever they find, they can make repairs and adjustments on the spot. They’ll test the system to ensure it’s working properly, and leave your home clean after the job.
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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.