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(713) 777-7777 ARS-Rescue Rooter
10515 Okanella, Houston, TX 77041
Services Offered: We are a fast and reliable full service air conditioning, heating, plumbing, appliance and electrical company. With over 150 trucks on the road in Houston and the surrounding areas, we can take care of your needs promptly and we guarantee to fix it right the first time. We have been taking care of Houston's needs for over 50 years. Give us a call today.
(281) 481-6308 Airstream Air Conditioning and Heating
9506 Grannis Ste. B, Houston, TX 77075
Services Offered: At Airstream Air Conditioning and Heating, our goal is to not only help you with your air conditioning and heating system, but to make the process easy and enjoyable for you. We are a full-service HVAC company with a wide range of experience. We can help you with all aspects of your home, small business or aircraft, rather it be repair, replacement, or installation. Most brands such as Carrier, Trane, Rheem,Whirlpool,Frigidaire, Armstrong, Comfortmaker, ICP Brands, Goodman, and more.
(281) 347-7325 Alpha 4 Real A/C & Heating
P O BOX 940756, Houston, TX 77094
Services Offered: Repair, service, installation, and new construction
(713) 771-7688 B.R. Crane & Equipment LLC
10101 Southwest Fwy, Houston, TX 77074
Services Offered: B.R. Crane & Equipment LLC has the equipment and experience you need to complete the job, large or small. We aim to exceed your expectations. Our mission is to provide with quality equipment, exceptional service, experienced and talented staff, a safe and accident free environment and innovative lifting solutions.
(713) 386-9763 Denco Discount Air Conditioning
2203 Timberloch, Houston, TX 77380
Services Offered: About Denco: 25 years experience in HVAC, fully insured and licensed in Texas, Houston and DFW. All employees are EPA certified, registered & licensed ACR technicians by the State Of Texas. Denco is an accredited member of the BBB and is an authorized dealer for Bryant, Payne and Carrier commercial HVAC equipment. Bryant, Payne are products of Carrier. We are located in The Woodlands and in Arlington Texas. We offer some of the best pricing on HVAC equipment in the State Of Texas. You can see our prices on our website.
(281) 889-4087 Global Mechanical Services
P.O. Box 218682, Houston, TX 77218
Services Offered: Service, repair, and install of residential air conditioning and heating systems.
(281) 859-0200 Stay Cool AC and Heating Services
7710-T Cherry Park Drive #328, Houston, TX 77095
Services Offered: Stay Cool AC & Heating Services is a Houston air conditioning and heating company providing AC repair and heater repair services and new installations. Our service area includes all northwest Houston areas (Cypress TX and Copperfield, Katy TX, Spring TX, Champions and Willowbrook, Tomball TX and surrounding communities).

About Houston

Houston, the fourth largest city in the United States, is home to many HVAC professionals, some who work as individual contractors and some who are employed by corporate chains like Sears. The Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors Association Gulf Coast Chapter is one organization that supports Houston heating contractors by providing educational opportunities, insurance benefits and lobbying for legislative measures. Houston's heating contractors have the opportunity to be a member of this group, as well as the Greater Houston Better Business Bureau, which keeps records of performance.

Legal Requirements

Tenants of a rental residence in Texas, including renters among the nearly 6 million people who live in the Houston metropolitan area, have certain rights relating to the heating and cooling of their homes. A tenant can deduct from their rent the cost of repairs to a system in the following situations:

  • The landlord has agreed to furnish the rental unit with a heating and/or cooling system.
  • The system is not working properly.
  • A health, building or other appropriate official has notified the landlord that the system is necessary for the safety and health of a tenant.

The Texas Union can provide more information about s rights at 214-823-2733.

Alternative Energy in Houston

Houston's economy has long reaped the benefits of the energy industry owing to its involvement in oil and natural gas production. The recent movement towards alternative energy has further boosted Houston's economy. Many businesses in the city have kept pace with the green movement through the production of wind, solar and geothermal energy. Several Houston-based organizations, like Houston Biodiesel, NASA and the Center for Fuel Cell Research and Applications, have made major strides in exploring non-oil based fuels.

In a move to increase Houston's use of alternative energy, Mayor Bill White promised to convert a large number of city-owned vehicles to hybrids by 2010. The city also estimates that 25% of its electricity load comes from wind energy.

State Aid for Upgrading Energy Systems

s Weatherization Assistance Program provides low-income residents funds to make their homes more energy efficient. This includes an assessment of a s present energy usage and aid for purchasing and installation of weatherizing materials like insulation, caulking, and inefficient heating and cooling systems. More details can be found at the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs website or by calling their toll free number 1-888-606-8889.

Typical Climate

Houston's southern, coastal orientation results in mild winters and hot, humid summers. Hurricanes travelling through the Gulf of Mexico pose a yearly threat to the Houston area and often cause severe damage to property. Repairing a hurricane damaged home can sometimes be an opportunity to upgrade heating and cooling equipment or make a home more energy efficient.

Houston's average high temperatures between mid-June and mid-September rise above 90 degrees. The winter average lows, on the other hand, do not dip below 40 degrees. While heating may be necessary at times, air conditioning is far more important to many Houstonians.

Parts Suppliers for: Heil, Burnham, Weil-McLain, and Rheem

HAJOCA
5301 POLK AVE.
HOUSTON, TX 77023
713 921-8400

MOORE SUPPLY CO
40 Lyerly Street
Houston, TX 77022
713 691-5141

MOORE SUPPLY CO
6130-B Ridgemont
Houston, TX 77087
713 643-1440

MOORE SUPPLY CO
1545 Campbell Road
Houston, TX 77055
713 468-8399


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