Located in Fort Bend County, Richmond is home to neighborhoods such as Hillcrest and Winston Terrace. The community offers suburban living that’s close to big city amenities, while being located in a warm to hot humid climate. Residential HVAC systems undergo a lot of strain over long hot summers while winter chills can mean relying on the heat for a few days at a time. Plumbing systems must be in good condition to ensure availability of water and to avoid water damage. Village Plumbing & Air is trusted to handle any water/gas line or HVAC service requirement in the Houston area.
Since 1946, we’ve been a Houston plumbing, heating, and cooling company able to address all our customers’ needs. Our high-quality services have won us many awards and recognitions and we are committed to 100% customer satisfaction. We hire only licensed, certified technicians. From industry leading warranties to an exclusive maintenance plan, to flexible financing and 24/7 availability, we aim to make our home services as convenient and affordable to our clients as possible.
We help our Richmond, TX, customers stay cool no matter how hot it gets outside. Air conditioners can become less reliable and efficient for a number of reasons. Everything from dirty filters to leaky ductwork can cause issues. Fortunately, Village Plumbing & Air can fix problems of any scope or size and help with:
Winter nights in Richmond can be chilly, and there have been some rather frigid record lows. Without a working furnace, you could deal with dangerously cold temperatures and even potential hazards such as fire or a release of carbon monoxide. Furnaces do experience wear even when not in use, but you can depend on us for:
Plumbing pipes, fittings, fixtures, and appliances are affected by wear and tear, corrosion, and heavy use. Water pressure and suspended minerals can cause issues as well. Home plumbing therefore requires ongoing maintenance and periodic repairs, which is what our Houston plumbing company specializes in. We can fix any plumbing issue, big or small, and help with:
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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.