Texas Air Conditioning Companies

Houston Air Conditioning Contractors

How much will it cost to replace my broken AC unit?

The answer to this question is always: "It depends." Everyone wants to know how much it will cost, but there’s no single, simple answer. The total cost will depend on what AC equipment you purchase, its size and brand, installation costs and many other factors. Your best bet is to call at least two AC contractors in your area from our directory for an evaluation and price quote. By comparing multiple options, you’ll get accurate estimates for comparison purposes.

Which brands of AC equipment are the best?

In today’s highly competitive residential comfort marketplace, all manufacturers work very hard to produce reliable, price-competitive AC equipment. Each air conditioning contractor in our directory offers one or more brands to its customers. In reality, all provide good value, regardless of brand name. You’ll find different price points, features and warranties available, but you can rely on the contractor you choose to recommend products that will give you great service for many years to come.

What is a packaged central HVAC system?

Most Texas homes don’t have basements, which is where typical gas or propane furnaces are installed in other states. A packaged HVAC system can includes both gas or electric heating and air conditioning in one compact outdoor unit that connects to your air ducts. These systems can be installed on a concrete pad or on the roof, depending on your home’s design. Heat pump versions of packaged systems are also available. Your heating and air conditioning contractor can show you a wide range of systems to suit your needs.

Texas Dealers for Central, Ductless and Geothermal Heating and Air Conditioning Equipment

On this website, you can find more local dealers across the metro, including Conroe, Splendora, Kingwood and Spring in the northern suburb, Pearland, Danbury, Lochridge and Pasadena in the southern suburb, League City, La Porte, Baytown and Hankamer in the eastern suburb, and Sugar Land, Rosenberg, Katy and Mission Bend in western suburb. You will also find plenty of information on how to choose the right equipment, how much a new or replacement installation costs and how to save money on your new purchase and the ongoing operation.

Many reputable manufacturers make central, geothermal and ductless HVAC products, including Daikin, Lennox, Bryant, Carrier, American Standard, Comfortmaker, Goodman, Fujitsu, Mitsubishi, Ruud, Trane, ClimateMaster, GeoComfort and more. Choosing the right brand, proper efficiency rating and size can save you plenty on the purchase price and cost the ownership. Contact us for a free in-home cost estimate.