Emergency HVAC Repair in Greater Houston
Winter or summer, if you live in the Greater Houston area, you need your HVAC system working. So if your system fails on you during extreme temperatures, your first call should be to The AC Guy. Our HVAC professionals are here to provide fast, reliable heating and cooling repair services to residents of Conroe, Spring, The Woodlands, and beyond. As a local company, we can treat your emergencies as if they're our very own, arriving in minutes, not hours!
Each of our techs is trained in all aspects of repairing and replacing HVAC systems, and they continue to receive additional training as technology changes and improves. Of course, as with every service The AC Guy provides, customer satisfaction remains our top priority.
Reliable, Houston-Based Repair Techs
Night, weekends, and holidays? No problem. At The AC Guy, we will be there when you need us most. Our 24-hour emergency HVAC service aims to get to your home or business and solve the problem the same day. In fact, we do daily checks to ensure all of our repair vehicles are properly stocked with a wide variety of parts fitting all brands and unit types. Unless you need an entire unit replacement, we won't leave until your HVAC is up and running again.
Other HVAC Services for Houston-Area Customers
We pride ourselves on being Greater Houston's source for all things HVAC-related. From inspections and repairs to installations and cleanings, our team can – and will – do it all. Check out our list of additional services below:
Inspection & Tune-Up
AC units work hard for us all summer, but it doesn't take much for one to fail unexpectedly. That's why we recommend customers sign up for a comprehensive 13-point inspection and tune-up at the start of every summer. We make it our goal to ensure your AC unit is ready to provide you with optimum comfort all summer long.
Winter storms are starting to become more and more common here in Texas. That's why we recommend you keep your furnace in top condition (whether you plan on using it or not). As always, if you need heating system installation, inspections, or maintenance anywhere in Greater Houston, The AC Guy is mere minutes away.
If your AC unit is showing signs it's about to quit, it's time to get a replacement. Fortunately, our technicians are trained to provide the very best service to clients all over Houston, and we'll even help you select a new system by pointing out the brands and models that will best suit your needs.
If you're starting to see those monthly energy bills go up, it could be time to upgrade the insulation in your home. Luckily, The AC Guy can not only inspect your current insulation but provide you with a wide variety of upgrade options.
When your air ducts fill with dust and buildup, they can shoot allergens, dirt, and mold spores all over your home. In the case of clogged ducts, your HVAC system may be working harder than it needs to. To ensure that you're maximizing your bills and the air you breathe, schedule regular air duct cleanings with The AC Guy.
At The AC Guy, we are happy to provide top-quality air duct replacement and installation services. If your inspection reveals significant damage, we can help you decide on the right replacement to keep you comfortable and reduce your expenses.
We recommend that all of our Greater Houston customers invest in a programmable thermostat. These handy devices allow you to save money on electricity when nobody's home and provide a comfy environment on nights and weekends.
What People Are Asking
What is considered a HVAC emergency?
An HVAC emergency is any mechanical failure of your heating, ventilation, or air conditioning system that poses a risk to your health or safety, or that of your family or employees. This could include a loss of heat in the middle of winter, extreme indoor humidity levels, or a gas leak. If you suspect an HVAC emergency, it's important to take action immediately to protect yourself and others from harm.
What causes HVAC lines to freeze?
There are a few things that can cause your HVAC lines to freeze. One possibility is that there is a blockage in the line, preventing the refrigerant from flowing properly. Another possibility is that there is too much moisture in the air, which can cause the refrigerant to condense and freeze. And finally, it's also possible that there is a problem with your thermostat or furnace, which could be causing the system to not respond properly when it tries to turn on. If you're experiencing frozen HVAC lines, it's best to call in a professional to help you troubleshoot the issue.
What is the difference between HVAC and AC?
There is a big difference between HVAC and AC. AC, or air conditioning, is a way to cool the air in a room by using a refrigerator unit to remove heat from the air and release it outside.
HVAC, or heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, is a system that controls the temperature and humidity of the air in your home. It also includes the distribution of fresh outdoor air.
Who should I call during a HVAC emergency?
If your HVAC system is experiencing an emergency, you should call a professional HVAC technician right away. Emergency situations with your HVAC can be very dangerous and can cause serious damage to your home or office if not handled properly. Even if you think you may be able to handle the situation yourself, it is always best to err on the side of caution and call a professional.
What to do to prevent a HVAC emergency?
A few key things to do in order to prevent a HVAC emergency:
Regularly change your air filters. A clogged filter can cause the system to overheat.
Keep vents and registers clear of furniture, rugs, and other obstructions. This will help ensure proper airflow and cooling.
If you have a pets, make sure to keep their hair swept up off the floors and out of the vents. Animal hair can clog up the system and cause it to overheat.
Get your HVAC system serviced annually by a qualified technician. A well-maintained system will run more efficiently and be less prone to breaking down.