Fort Worth Air Conditioning Contractors
- Cowtown AC & Heat
6070 Wheat Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76133
- Grant Air Conditioning
1616 Rogers Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76107
- Arthur Hagar Air Conditioning Services
5020 SE Loop 820, Fort Worth, TX 76140
- WEBB Air Conditioning Heating
115 S Riverside Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76104
- Williams Air Conditioning-Heating
1611 Everman Pkwy, Fort Worth, TX 76140
8320 Camp Bowie West Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76116
- Texas Air Systems
2951 Northern Cross Blvd # 201, Fort Worth, TX 76137
501 Terminal Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76106
Should I hire a small AC contractor or a large HVAC company?
You’ll find both in our directory near you. Large companies can often save you some money through their volume purchasing discounts. Smaller contractors, on the other hand, are competitive in pricing, but may offer more personalized service. Your best bet is to call both types of contractor for a consultation and price quote. That will let you judge which choice meets your needs the best.
- HVAC Technical
8512 Spring St, Fort Worth, TX 76179
- Quantum Mechanical Services
5001 Rondo Dr # 100, Fort Worth, TX 76106
- Aire Serv Heating & Air Conditioning
8112 White Settlement Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76108
4200 N Sylvania Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76137
- CMB Mechanical
12101 Jacksboro Hwy, Fort Worth, TX 76135
3001 Northern Cross Blvd # 361, Fort Worth, TX 76137
- Pate Air Conditioning & Heating
3024 Shawnee Trail # B, Fort Worth, TX 76135
PO Box 48485, Fort Worth, TX 76148
My house doesn’t have any air ducts in it. Can I still install a central AC system?
It’s certainly possible to add air ducts to most existing homes, but central AC may not be your best or most economical choice. Most Texas homeowners with electric heat and no air ducts prefer ductless mini-split systems to handle their cooling needs. Highly efficient and affordable, they don’t require costly retrofitting of air duct systems. They are the most common system recommended for situations like yours.
- Brooks Heating & Air
7508 Navajo Trail, Fort Worth, TX 76135
- Key Air Conditioning & Heating
6512 Singleton Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76179
- Quarles Heating & Air Conditioning
4200 Heather Trail, Fort Worth, TX 76119
- Texas Mechanical AC & Heating
408 Arbor Glen Ct, Fort Worth, TX 76140
- Swaim Air Conditioning
5016 SE Loop 820, Fort Worth, TX 76140
- Shipp Air
3113 Louise St, Fort Worth, TX 76112
- Sigma Building Services
5936 Eden Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76117
- Abdee’s Applaince & AC Services
6245 Rufe Snow Dr # 280, Fort Worth, TX 76148
Can a heat pump system really save money and keep my house warm?
Texas has an ideal climate for heat pump installation. Heat pump versions of both central AC and ductless systems do a great job of heating in chilly weather, right down to 30 degrees or even lower. When your heat pump is in use, it uses only about 1/3 of the electricity required by typical resistance heating in electric furnaces and wall heaters. When it’s too cold for your heat pump to work effectively, your other heating system kicks in. You’ll recover the low additional cost quickly.
Residential Heating and Air Conditioning Equipment Dealers in Texas
Whether you are looking for a contractor to install a new central, ductless or geothermal air conditioner or heat pump, you will find plenty of reputable contractors, from Haltom City, Keller and Roanoke to Crowley, Burleson and Kennedale, and from Poolville, Benbrook and White Settlement to Mineral Wells, Willow Park and Annetta. There are many HVAC products by various manufacturers, including Ducane, Goodman, Bryant, Lennox, Fujitsu, Carrier, Mitsubishi, Rheem, Comfortmaker, Daikin, ClimateMaster, Ruud, Haier, LG and more. Choosing the right brand, capacity, price and features is critical for your equipment’s dependability and long-term operating cost. Contact us for a free in-home cost estimate and we will provide you with an in-depth analysis and competitive price quote.